Sarah Handel
Sarah Handel at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C., November 7, 2018. (photo by Allison Shelley)
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Australia's Zero Tolerance Policy For COVID-19 Cracks With New Wave Of Cases

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Remembering An Inventor Who Sold Dreams In The Form Of Pocket Fishing Poles

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'This Is Much Worse': Florida Hospitals Handling New Covid Surge

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Remembering Rufino Rodriguez, Beloved NICU Respiratory Therapist And COVID-19 Victim

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Right To Vote: In Minnesota, Lawmakers On Both Sides Seek Changes To Voting Process

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Iceland Tests Shorter Workweeks On A National Scale

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Veterans Affairs Secretary On Gender Confirmation Surgery For Transgender Veterans

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Unpacking The 100-Year History Of The Chinese Communist Party

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Sly Stone performs at the Harlem Cultural Festival in 1969, in a still from the film Summer of Soul. Courtesy of Searchlight Pictures hide caption

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Questlove Discusses His Must-See New Doc, 'Summer Of Soul'

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Salvador Viveros, 60, Beloved Father Who Spread Joy With His Smile

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Megan Rapinoe and her teammates on the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team filed a lawsuit in 2019 over equal pay. Sean Fine/Courtesy HBO Max hide caption

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The U.S. Women's Soccer Team Struggle For Equal Pay Featured In New 'LFG' Documentary

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Correlation, Not Causation: Brood X Cicadas And Regional Bird Deaths

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How Privilege Plays A Role In America's Vaccine Hesitancy

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Pediatricians See Off-Season Spike In RSV Cases Among Kids

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Angélique Kidjo says she's proud that her career has helped pave the way for the success of other artists in Africa, but now she's taking it one step further. On her latest album, she collaborates with the next generation. Fabrice Mabillot/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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With 'Mother Nature,' Angelique Kidjo Passes The Torch To Young African Musicians

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