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Alexander Popov, who was arrested on suspicion of murder in the death of Caherine Serou, sits behind the glass in a courtroom in the city of Gorodets, 36 miles northwest of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, Sunday, June 20. Roman Yarovitsyn/AP hide caption

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A Russian Man Has Been Charged In The Death Of U.S. Student Catherine Serou

The 34-year-old student and former U.S. Marine went missing last week and was later found dead. Her mother says she received a text reading, "In a car with a stranger. I hope I'm not being abducted."

The March Madness logo is shown on the court during the first half of a men's college basketball game in the first round of the NCAA tournament at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Supreme Court eroded the difference between elite college athletes and professional sports stars. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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The Supreme Court Sides With NCAA Athletes In A Narrow Ruling On Compensation

The court ruled that NCAA rules are not reasonably necessary to distinguish between college and professional sports. Still, the ruling could be transformative for college athletics.

Since moving into her own place, Rita Stewart says, she feels healthier, supported and hasn't returned to the emergency room. "This is a chance for me to take care of myself better." Kimberly Paynter/WHYY hide caption

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Helping Patients Cover Basic Needs Was Supposed To Lead To Better Health. It May Not Be Working

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Eager to control costs and sickness, hospitals and insurers are trying to help patients access better food, housing and transportation. But so far there is little research showing these efforts work.

Manatees are large marine mammals native to Florida that spend their time grazing on sea grass in shallow coastal areas. Since January, recorded manatee deaths have been nearly triple that of the same period for each of the past five years. Eva Marie Uzcategui/Getty Images hide caption

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As Seagrass Habitats Decline, Florida Manatees Are Dying Of Starvation

The mammals were removed from the endangered species list in 2017, but algae blooms and overdevelopment have killed 46,000 acres of seagrass, leaving manatees without enough to eat.

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones' (left) bid for tenure at UNC-Chapel Hill is opposed by a leading donor of the journalism school, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette publisher Walter Hussman. Mike Coppola/Getty Images; Benjamin Krain/Arkansas Democrat hide caption

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UNC's Journalism School Tried To Give Nikole Hannah-Jones Tenure. Its Top Donor Objected

The star New York Times reporter's bid for a tenured professorship has run aground on racial politics and an approach to journalism that runs counter to the donor whose name adorns the school.

UNC Journalism School Tried To Give Nikole Hannah-Jones Tenure. A Top Donor Objected

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The 90-foot tall carving of Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis at Stone Mountain State Park in Georgia was completed in 1972. In recent years, activists have increased calls for the Confederate imagery to be removed. Emil Moffatt/WABE hide caption

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Confederate Imagery On Stone Mountain Is Changing, But Not Fast Enough For Some

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The 90-foot carving on the side of Stone Mountain in Georgia is the largest Confederate monument in the world. As the U.S. undergoes racial reckoning, the monument's future remains in doubt.

Confederate Imagery On Stone Mountain Is Changing, But Not Fast Enough For Some

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Cargo Is Piling Up Everywhere, And It's Making Inflation Worse

A surge in imports is overwhelming transportation networks and testing supply chains, making life hard for small-business owners.

Cargo Is Piling Up Everywhere, And It's Making Inflation Worse

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A few years ago Cleveland linked climate policy and social equity. Now the Ohio city is hoping to use federal funding to help achieve its climate action goals. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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The White House Wants To Fight Climate Change And Help People. Cleveland Led The Way

The White House wants to fight climate change in ways that also remove economic and racial disparities. The city of Cleveland has a plan that describes what that might mean.

The White House Wants To Fight Climate Change And Help People. Cleveland Led The Way

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