David Schaper David Schaper is a NPR National Desk reporter based in Chicago.
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No Electricity Limits Flights And Relief Supplies Going To Puerto Rico

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St. Louis On Edge As Protesters Expected To Gather Again

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Houston's Tight Rental Market Makes It Tough For Low-Income Hurricane Victims

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A smokestack rises in the background over the East Houston community of Manchester, Texas, where the air was heavy with what smelled like gasoline after Hurricane Harvey in late August. The neighborhood is ringed by industrial sites. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Air Pollution From Industry Plagues Houston In Harvey's Wake

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Erik Budman hangs plywood at a Key Largo, Fla., business in preparation for Hurricane Irma. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Why Hurricane Irma's Winds Are An Extreme Worry For Florida

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Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, is also home to one of the few scoreboards still operated by hand. Daniel Gaken/Flickr hide caption

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Inside Wrigley Field, The Scorekeepers Stay True To Baseball's Beginnings

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The top image is a map of the San Francisco airport created from Harris Symphony OpsVue radar track data analysis of an an Air Canada flight trying to land on July 7. The bottom image was taken from San Francisco International Airport video. National Transportation Safety Board hide caption

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The collapsed 35W bridge in Minneapolis seen on August 2, 2007. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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10 Years After Bridge Collapse, America Is Still Crumbling

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Chicago Fights To Remain 2 Newspaper Town As Labor Groups Buy 'Sun-Times'

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U.S. Lifts Laptop Ban On Flights From Middle East

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Federal Officials Investigating Near Collision At San Francisco Airport

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