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Ashley Brown

Senior Editor, All Things Considered

Ashley Brown is a senior editor for All Things Considered.

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Wednesday

Sahar Pirzada chose to have an abortion in 2018 when she learned that her fetus had Trisomy 18, a rare genetic condition that almost always ends in miscarriage or stillbirth. Lauren Justice for NPR hide caption

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Muslim-American opinions on abortion are complex. What does Islam actually say?

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Monday

New BBC podcast explores this 'golden age of gurus'

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Thursday

A dramatic political battle for the RNC's next chair culminates this week

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Wednesday

The impact gun violence is having on society's mental health

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Monday

An Alabama farmer secretly helped strangers pay their pharmacy bills

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Thursday

Republican Congressman Don Bacon urges bipartisanship on debt ceiling

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Wednesday

Malcolm-Jamal Warner talks inspiration and inner fight to make Grammy-nominated album

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For Black homeowners in LA, the City National settlement is just a start

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23-year-old Reneé Rapp launches her solo career with EP: 'Everything to Everyone'

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Tuesday

The U.S. government classifies some 50 million documents every year, but doesn't declassify documents at nearly that rate. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. has an overclassification problem, says one former special counsel

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Monday

Biden's mishandling of documents is resurfacing the problem of 'overclassification'

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Saturday

In a move that experts say is a key shift for Russia, the Kremlin has named General Valery Gerasimov as the new overall commander of the war in Ukraine. Mikhail Kuravlev/AP hide caption

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What Putin's shake-up of top commanders could mean for the war in Ukraine

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Tuesday

Where similarities between government attacks in Brazil and the U.S. begin — and end

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Kashana Cauley writes about the unexplored perspective of Black survivalists

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Friday

Encore: Animals had a lot to say in 2022. Here are some of NPR's favorite stories

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