Jeff Brady Jeff Brady is an NPR National Desk Correspondent based in Philadelphia. He covers the mid-Atlantic region and the energy industry.
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North Dakota Native Americans Scramble For Voting IDs After Requirement Change

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Michael Recovery: Updating The Power Grid To Withstand Climate Change, Bigger Storms

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Cody Greenes (center), group leader with Moving Traditions, leads six high school boys in a discussion about sexual assault and consent. The program was designed to discuss difficult topics in an all-male setting. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Coming To The Right Answer By Themselves: Talking With Boys About Sexual Assault

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Horsham, Pa., is one of many towns around the country grappling with potentially harmful chemicals in its water. They're known as PFAS, and they're linked to cancer and other illnesses. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Decades-Old Chemicals, New Angst Over Drinking Water

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Prison Officials In 3 States Investigating Illnesses Related To Smuggled Drugs

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Environmental groups opposing the Constitution Pipeline rally outside the state Capitol on Tuesday, April 5, 2016, in Albany, N.Y. Mike Groll/AP hide caption

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Activists Have A New Strategy To Block Gas Pipelines: State's Rights

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Counterprotesters Outnumber White Supremacists Near White House

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White Supremacists, Counterprotesters Set To Converge At Lafayette Square

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Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh's Record On The Environment

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Alleged Capital Gazette Gunman Apparently Trapped Victims In Newsroom

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Beachgoers shower off on the boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J. on Thursday. Michelle Gustafson for NPR hide caption

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Casino Comeback: 'Atlantic City's Best Days Are In Front Of It'

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2 Atlantic City Casinos To Open Under New Owners

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Entering the control room at Three Mile Island Unit 1 is like stepping back in time. Except for a few digital screens and new counters, much of the equipment is original to 1974, when the plant began generating electricity. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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As Nuclear Struggles, A New Generation Of Engineers Is Motivated By Climate Change

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