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Senior Editor, All Things Considered

Ashley Brown is a senior editor for All Things Considered.

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A push to codify same-sex marriage advances in Congress amid record public support

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Why a new special counsel's Trump investigations won't be like the Mueller probe

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How the new Twitter might impact users overseas

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How the Colorado Springs LGBTQ community is dealing with the Club Q shooting

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Georgetown Law professor on the special counsel overseeing Trump investigations

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to step down from Democratic leadership

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NPR All Things Considered host Juana Summers (left) speaks with former First Lady Michelle Obama about her new book, The Light We Carry. Langston Sessoms/NPR hide caption

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Watch: Michelle Obama tells young people to be 'rageful' — but have a plan

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A pollster on what Democrats need to do to mobilize Black male voters

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What civil rights leaders heard from Elon Musk about curbing hate and lies on Twitter

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With measuring tape and notepad, marine ecologist Enric Ballesteros surveys the organisms living on a healthy reef in the islands. When author Enric Sala and his team first visited here in 2009, they found these reefs in a pristine state, with a profusion of species, many of them rare. Jon Betz/National Geographic hide caption

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This coral reef resurrected itself — and showed scientists how to replicate it

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What some race-based admissions trends show, as SCOTUS hears affirmative action case

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Marine biologist Enric Sala on the rebirth of a South Pacific coral reef

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How voting patterns have changed since 2020, and how early voting is going in Georgia

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Moscow appeals court upholds Brittney Griner's 9-year sentence

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