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The site of James Scurlock's shooting death in Omaha, Neb., is still being preserved as a memorial in mid-September. On Tuesday, a grand jury indicted Jake Gardner in the killing, handing down four criminal counts including manslaughter. Nati Harnik/AP hide caption

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Omaha Bar Owner Has Died By Suicide After He Was Charged In Shooting Of Black Man

Jake Gardner was on the West Coast when a grand jury indicted him last week for the May killing of James Scurlock in Omaha, Neb. Gardner died "at his own hand," his lawyers said Sunday.

Outgoing U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster was in attendance for the joint press conference of U.S. President Donald Trump and Baltic Heads of State in the East Room of the White House, on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Cheriss May/NurPhoto via Getty Images) NurPhoto/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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McMaster: Goal Of Changing Putin Is A 'Delusion' Suffered By 3 Presidents

Former national security adviser H.R. McMaster told NPR that President Trump isn't the first U.S. president to suffer under a misapprehension about what's possible in dealings with Moscow.

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A 5-Decade-Long Friendship That Began With A Phone Call

NPR's Nina Totenberg first encountered law professor Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 1971. They became close friends after Ginsburg moved to Washington to serve on the federal appeals court.

A 5-Decade-Long Friendship That Began With A Phone Call

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Dr. Joseph Varon notifies the family of a patient who died inside the coronavirus unit at Houston's United Memorial Medical Center on July 6. Varon tells NPR he's "living on adrenaline." David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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As U.S. Nears 200,000 Dead, Hospital Staff Reflect On Those Lost

Front-line workers in Houston, Seattle and New York City tell NPR about their experiences in hospitals over the last six months. "2020 can't keep going like this," one doctor says.

Microsoft announced Monday that it will acquire ZeniMax Media, the parent company of popular video game publisher Bethesda, for $7.5 billion. Here, a Microsoft store is shown in March in New York City. Jeenah Moon/Getty Images hide caption

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Microsoft To Buy Bethesda In $7.5 Billion Deal, Acquiring Fallout, The Elder Scrolls

The deal is set to be one of the largest ever acquisitions in the video game industry. Once the deal is finalized, Microsoft will own popular franchises such as Wolfenstein, Quake, and DOOM.

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Jamaica's Central Bank Uses Reggae To Explain Monetary Policy

Jamaica's Central Bank has a unique way of explaining its policies: Reggae music videos. The Indicator talks with the Central Bank about why they've taken this unique approach.

Jamaican Monetary Policy: Behind The Music

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Two women pray in Louisville, Ky., in early June near the intersection where David McAtee was killed. Louisville police say video obtained from security cameras at McAtee's barbecue restaurant and an adjoining business show that McAtee fired a gun as police and National Guard soldiers were enforcing a curfew approached his business. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Family Of Man Killed By National Guard In Louisville Files Wrongful Death Suit

David "Ya Ya" McAtee was killed in June as he stood in the doorway of the barbecue stand he owned in the Kentucky city's West End.

Trevor Milton, the founder of Nikola, speaks during a presentation in Turin, Italy December 2, 2019. Milton resigned as executive chairman over allegations that he made misleading claims about the company's technology. Milton has denied the accusations. Massimo Pinca/REUTERS hide caption

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Founder Of Zero-Emissions Truck Startup Resigns After Fraud Allegations

Trevor Milton's startup Nikola is working on hydrogen-powered big rigs. Milton has been accused of making misleading claims about the company's technology, which he has denied.

If the U.K.'s rate of new coronavirus cases doubles four more times, Chief Scientific Advisor Sir Patrick Vallance said, "you would end up with something like 50,000 cases in the middle of October per day." 10 Downing Street hide caption

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In A Month, U.K. Could See 50,000 New Coronavirus Cases A Day, Expert Warns

"The epidemic is doubling roughly every seven days," the U.K.'s top science adviser says, warning of a dangerously high rate of new coronavirus cases.

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