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Former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago home in Florida was searched by the FBI earlier this week. A federal judge has now unsealed the warrant used for that search. Giorgio Viera/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The FBI collected multiple sets of classified documents from Trump's Mar-a-Lago home

The search warrant and property receipt from Monday's FBI search of former President Donald Trump's Florida home have been unsealed by a federal judge. Trump said Thursday he encouraged the release.

A federal jury awarded Republican Roy Moore $8.2 million in damages Friday after finding that a Democratic-aligned super PAC defamed him in an advertisement during the 2017 U.S. Senate race in Alabama. Julie Bennett/AP hide caption

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A Democratic-aligned super PAC is ordered to pay Roy Moore $8.2M in a defamation suit

A federal jury found that a Democratic-aligned super PAC defamed the Alabama Republican in a TV ad recounting sexual misconduct accusations during his failed 2017 U.S. Senate bid.

Ishar Das Arora, 83, watches a 3-D video of his birthplace in Pakistan, through a virtual reality device. Raksha Kumar/NPR hide caption

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75 years after India's violent Partition, survivors can cross the border — virtually

A virtual reality project helps survivors of India's Partition glimpse long-lost birthplaces they fled as children. Fraught relations between India and Pakistan mean they can't visit in person.

75 years after India's violent Partition, survivors can cross the border — virtually

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Social media posts warn people not to call 988. What you need to know

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Mental health advocates celebrated the launch of the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline, but some people voiced concerns that using the service could lead to police involvement or forced hospitalization.

Social media posts warn people not to call 988. Here's what you need to know

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San Diego Padres' Fernando Tatis Jr. looks out from the dugout prior to the team's game against the Philadelphia Phillies on June 25 in San Diego. Tatis was suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball on Friday after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. Derrick Tuskan/AP hide caption

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Padres star Fernando Tatis Jr. is suspended 80 games for a positive drug test

Tatis won't play this season. MLB said he tested positive for clostebol, an anabolic steroid. Tatis said he accidentally took a medication to treat ringworm that contained the banned substance.

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What the Inflation Reduction Act does and doesn't do about rising prices

The Inflation Reduction Act is not expected to bring down inflation dramatically or right away, but experts say that might not be such a bad thing given the bill's other areas of focus.

Abortion-rights advocates are using social media to reach young people who have more questions than ever about how to get an abortion. Leah Willingham/AP hide caption

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Long uncertain, young people's access to abortion is more complicated than ever

As more states restrict abortion, the obstacles for minors who need the procedure are growing. Abortion-rights advocates warn the legal upheaval is leaving young people confused and without options.

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An attempted attack on an FBI office raises concerns about violent far-right rhetoric

Far-right extremists escalated their violent rhetoric after an FBI search of former President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate. An attempted breach of an Ohio FBI office has those tracking extremism worried.

Anne Heche arrives at the 74th annual Directors Guild of America Awards, Saturday, March 12, 2022, at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, Calif. The Emmy Award-winning actress died following a car crash on Aug. 5 that left her in a coma. Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP hide caption

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Anne Heche is declared legally dead at 53, a week after a fiery car crash

The actress, best known for her roles in Donnie Brasco and the 1998 Psycho remake, leaves behind two sons.

The award-winning novelist Chibundu Onuzo has lately been thinking about her life in London and her visits to Nigeria, where she was born: "What do I love most about my trips to Lagos? I lose my self-consciousness there. If I stand out, it's for something other than my skin color." David Levenson/Getty Images hide caption

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My brother made it in Lagos — and taught me lessons about my life in London

The author Chibundu Onuzo reflects on her older brother's path to success after leaving the U.K. for their native Nigeria — and wonders whether she should consider joining him.

A young unidentified man bows during the Dhuhr afternoon prayer at the Islamic Center of New Mexico on Aug. 7, 2022, after the fourth Muslim man was killed in Albuquerque. Adolphe Pierre-Louis/AP hide caption

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The suspect in the killings of 4 Muslim men in New Mexico left a trail of violence

The lengthy pattern of violence — which began not long after Muhammad Syed arrived in the U.S. in 2016 — has shocked members of Albuquerque's small, close-knit Muslim community.

Some of the evidence against Jessica Burgess, 41, was handed over to police by Facebook. Facebook's parent company, Meta, released a statement saying it had received valid warrants from law enforcement in Nebraska and that "the warrants did not mention abortion at all." Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Nebraska cops used Facebook messages to investigate an alleged illegal abortion

A case in Norfolk, Neb., highlights how evidence from online services is fair game in the post-Roe v. Wade era.

The FDA says one home test is not enough if you've been exposed to someone with COVID or are experiencing COVID-like symptoms. That initial negative ... could turn positive a day or two later. Max Posner/NPR hide caption

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Coronavirus FAQ: I'm confused by the new testing advice! Do it once, twice ... thrice?

The FDA issued revised guidance about how often to test after exposure to someone with COVID or after symptoms occur. It's not exactly the same as what the CDC says. What's the best way to proceed?

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A guide to your weekend listening and viewing

Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: The Voyeurs, FBoy Island, and more.

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Published 8 years after her death, Mary Rodgers' memoir is a true tell-all book

Rodgers, the daughter of theatrical legend Richard Rogers, was a songwriter, children's book author and philanthropist. Her memoir, Shy: The Alarmingly Outspoken Memoirs of Mary Rodgers, is out now.

Published 8 years after her death, Mary Rodgers' memoir is a true tell-all book

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Who was behind the explosions in Crimea? Ukraine and Russia aren't saying

Several days after Ukraine said nine planes were destroyed at a Russian air base in Crimea, nobody has publicly claimed responsibility for it — but speculation abounds.

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Q&A: The polio virus was detected in New York City wastewater. Do you need to worry?

The highly infectious viral disease can lead to permanent paralysis of the arms and legs and even death in some cases. Health officials are urging people to get vaccinated if they haven't been.

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America, the (disappearing) beautiful

Robert Adams' obsession with the decay and beauty of the American landscape is on display at the National Gallery's exhibition "American Silence: The Photographs of Robert Adams."

A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York City on Aug. 5. The majority of America's top companies have reported strong earnings, but warning signs about the economy are also emerging from their corporate earnings. Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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3 warning signs about the economy from America's top companies

Companies are bracing for potential trouble ahead by lowering their advertising budgets, cutting costs and adapting to their customers' changing spending habits.

3 warning signs about the economy coming out of America's top companies

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How a Grammy-winning Pueblo musician influenced the soundtrack for 'Prey'

Prey, the new prequel to the 1987 blockbuster Predator streaming on Hulu, features a sophisticated soundtrack influenced both by Native cultures and video games

How a Grammy-winning Pueblo musician influenced the soundtrack for 'Prey'

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