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Ally Schweitzer

Editor, Morning Edition

Ally Schweitzer (she/her) is an editor with NPR's Morning Edition. She joined the show in October 2022 after eight years at WAMU, the NPR affiliate in Washington.

At WAMU, Schweitzer worked as a reporter covering housing, labor, and economic policy. She previously wrote about music and the arts for NPR Music, the Washington Post and Washington City Paper.

Schweitzer is from Maryland and believes most things taste better with Old Bay.

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Tuesday

Former President Donald Trump speaks at his caucus event at the Iowa Events Center on January 15, 2024 in Des Moines, Iowa. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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4 Trump speeches analyzed: He talks a lot about immigration and himself

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Wednesday

Ciara Imani May founded Rebundle, a Missouri company that makes biodegradable hair extensions. Rebundle hide caption

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Any job can be a climate solutions job: Ask this teacher, electrician or beauty CEO

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Friday

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Zelenskyy defends Ukraine's spending of Western aid

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Wednesday

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy didn't mince words when he talked about the threat of Russia's war. Kholood Eid for NPR hide caption

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As the U.S. mulls more aid to Ukraine, Zelenskyy says 'we have the same values'

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Thursday

Students at Howard University attend the 2023 fall organization fair. Destinee Adams/NPR hide caption

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College students assess how safe they feel after recent shootings

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Monday

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during a press conference at the Beijing American Center of the US Embassy in Beijing on June 19. PEDRO PARDO/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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"Profound differences" remain between U.S. and China, Secretary Blinken tells NPR

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Wednesday

United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby speaks during a joint press event with Boeing at the Boeing manufacturing facility in North Charleston, S.C., on Dec. 13, 2022. Logan Cyrus/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Lack of air traffic controllers is industry's biggest issue, United Airlines CEO says

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Tuesday

A senior operations manager for Uber directs drivers at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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When your boss is an algorithm

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Tuesday

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas poses with Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Chief Justice John Roberts pose for their official portrait in 2022. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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How questions about Justice Thomas' ethics could harm the Supreme Court's reputation

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Wednesday

McDonald's is closing U.S. offices this week and laying off hundreds of employees. Journalist Adam Chandler explained what the layoffs mean on Morning Edition. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Four key takeaways from McDonald's layoffs

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Saturday

Pandemic A Blow To D.C. Small Businesses, Data Show

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Saturday

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For Grandparents Raising Their Grandchildren, A Place To Call Home

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Mikey Hodges, a.k.a. Pop Zeus, was killed in a motorcycle crash on Dec. 18. "I've Never Been More Alive" is one of his final completed songs. Courtesy of Lolipop Records hide caption

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