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"The biggest challenge for me was to see how I would be a father again," says Dr. Naveed Khan, who was injured while driving an all-terrain vehicle. "With two able-bodied parents at home, it was easier." Shelby Knowles for NPR hide caption

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Taken For A Ride: MD Injured In ATV Crash Gets $56,603 Bill For Air Ambulance Trip

After an accident in an all-terrain vehicle crushed a doctor's left arm, he was whisked by air ambulance to the closest trauma center for specialized care. Soon he was fighting over the $56,603 bill.

Charlotte Gill, owner of Charlotte's Legendary Lobster Pound in Maine, says she believes that cannabis can calm crustaceans before they are tossed into boiling water. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Maine Asks Restaurant To Stop Giving Lobsters Cannabis Before Boiling Them

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The owner of the eatery says she's giving compassionate cannabis to the crustaceans so that they don't feel pain. But the state isn't sure the practice is in line with health regulations.

Tuesday's discussion between officials of the Department of Justice and state attorneys general focused on the rapid growth of tech companies like Facebook and Google and their handling of user data. Alain Jocard/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Attorneys General Zoom In On Tech Privacy And Power

A meeting with the Justice Department was originally pitched to focus on allegations of social media's anti-conservative bias. But the conversation was broadened, raising the stakes for tech giants.

British publicist Rob Goldstone, sent an email to Donald Trump Jr. that proclaimed "Russia and its government's support" for President Trump in the summer of 2016. Goldstone has become a surprisingly crucial part of the Russia imbroglio. Cameron Pollack/NPR hide caption

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Rob Goldstone On His Infamous Russia Email: 'I Had No Idea What I Was Talking About'

The music publicist spoke to NPR ahead of the release of his new book: Pop Stars, Pageants, and Presidents: How an Email Trumped My Life.

Rob Goldstone On His Infamous Russia Email: 'I Had No Idea What I Was Talking About'

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New satellite imagery of a remote Russian test site suggests that the missile may not be working as well as claimed. Satellite imagery from Planet hide caption

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Russia's Nuclear Cruise Missile Is Struggling To Take Off, Imagery Suggests

Earlier this year, Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed his nation had successfully tested a nuclear-powered weapon. Satellite imagery suggests it may not have gone so well.

Russia's Nuclear Cruise Missile Is Struggling To Take Off, Imagery Suggests

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Philadelphia International is among more than a dozen major U.S. airports vulnerable to sea level rise. Kimberly Paynter/WHYY hide caption

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Airports At Water's Edge Battle Rising Sea Levels

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Many major airports are on low-lying coastal land where flooding is getting worse. They're building walls, berms and other barriers to try to keep planes and people moving.

Airports At Water's Edge Battle Rising Sea Levels

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Andrea Kremer (left) and Hannah Storm will be the first all-female broadcast team to announce an NFL game, covering Thursday night's game for Amazon Prime Video. Brian Ach/AP for Amazon hide caption

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Andrea Kremer And Hannah Storm Will Be First Female Duo To Call An NFL Game

There was a decidedly mixed reaction when Amazon Prime Video said it planned to offer the pair as a streaming alternative to the Fox TV broadcast crew of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman.

Natasha Rothwell at a screening of "Love, Simon" at Westfield Century City on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, in Los Angeles. Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP hide caption

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'SNL' Wasn't A Good Fit For Natasha Rothwell. Now On 'Insecure,' She's Anything But

Rothwell's character on the HBO show Insecure is loud, proud and loyal. She talks with It's Been a Minute's Sam Sanders about attending a black-women-only SNL audition, teaching high schoolers and meeting this moment in black prestige TV.

'SNL' Wasn't A Good Fit For Natasha Rothwell. Now On 'Insecure,' She's Anything But

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Is The Record Number Of Women Candidates A 2018 Blip — Or A Lasting Trend?

The number of women candidates has smashed multiple records this year. So experts are asking if 2018 will fundamentally change what it takes to get women to run.

Is The Record Number Of Women Candidates A 2018 Blip — Or A Lasting Trend?

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Michael Kors is buying Italian fashion brand Versace for $2.12 billion. Here, Donatella Versace, artistic director of the company her brother founded, is flanked by Versace CEO Jonathan Akeroyd and Michael Kors CEO John D. Idol. Rahi Rezvani hide caption

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Michael Kors Buys Italy's Versace Fashion House For $2.12 Billion

Michael Kors says it wants to get Versace products in more stores — from around 200 now to a goal of 300. It will also focus more on accessories and shoes.

Rod Thompson lives in Ojai, Calif., where the Thomas Fire last December charred 440 square miles. Stephanie O'Neill for NPR hide caption

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Year-Round Fire Season Means Always Living 'Evacuation Ready'

More people are living in places that are prone to wildfires. That means during fire season, they live with the very real possibility of having to evacuate on very short notice.

Year-Round Fire Season Means Always Living 'Evacuation Ready'

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