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Devan Schwartz is an editor and producer for NPR. He is an experienced audio professional who, in addition to his work with NPR, has worked with such organizations as Slate, HBO, the BBC, the New York Times, and various public radio stations.

For NPR, he has worked for Morning Edition, Newscasts, The Limits with Jay Williams, Short Wave, and Here & Now. He’s based out of Southern California.

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Wednesday

Can President Biden unilaterally shut down key functions of the border?

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Tuesday

When loading dirty dishes into a dishwasher, there are a lot of things to consider

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Federal security officials warn local election offices to upgrade their websites

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Friday

It's tough to break into the art world — but it's easier if you have a key

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Wednesday

American investors join together to buy a minority share in a Danish football club

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Rapper J. Cole apologizes for Kendrick Lamar dis track

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Tuesday

Jewelry designer comes up with a novel way to commemorate a divorce

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Monday

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is on a five-day visit to China

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Friday

What's behind the calls for Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor to step down?

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Wednesday

Author's memoir details her struggle to accept she's a sociopath

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Tuesday

Can female athletes like college basketball's Caitlin Clark get paid on par with men?

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Thursday

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Fractures in the Grand Alliance between Black and Jewish Americans

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Astronomers gear up for the upcoming nova explosion

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Wednesday

An engineer's take on the Baltimore bridge collapse after it was hit by a cargo ship

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Monday

Latvia prepares for Russian aggression amid concern war will spread beyond Ukraine

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NCAA men's tournament bracket reaches the Sweet 16 milestone

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Thursday

4 years after the pandemic struck: lessons learned and opportunities missed

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Why 'Heavy' is singer-songwriter SiR's most personal album to date

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Tuesday

Caitlin Clark helps to draw attention to the women's NCAA basketball tournament

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Monday

It's that time of year again — March Madness is here

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Thursday

Sports betting is so popular that companies are moving into other forms of gambling

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Court upholds Texas law requiring parental consent for minors to get birth control

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Monday

The process to replace Sen. Mitch McConnell in Republican leadership has begun

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Friday

Black and Jewish leaders fought for civil rights. Now the relationship is fragmented

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