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Monday

Damon Tillman says coal will not surge back in Keyser to the way it once was. Haiyun Jiang for NPR hide caption

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This is what happens when a wind farm comes to a coal town

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Friday

What happens when a wind farm comes to a coal town?

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Wednesday

Houthi fighters stage a rally in support of the Palestinians in Gaza and against the U.S.-led airstrikes on Yemen, in Sanaa, Yemen, on Jan. 29. Osamah Abdulrahman/AP hide caption

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The U.S. is demanding Iran rein in its proxy groups. Is that actually possible?

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Tuesday

The U.S. is demanding Iran rein in its proxy groups. Is that actually possible?

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Thursday

No, alligators aren't frozen. They're just brumating

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Thursday

Wind turbines on sacred Osage land must be removed, according to court ruling

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Wednesday

The U.S. has designated Houthis as terrorists once again

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Members of one Indigenous tribe in Taiwan reflect on their indentity

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Tuesday

Monday

People in a large swath of the U.S. are urged to limit time outside due to cold

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Wednesday

How E.J. Koh drew on her own family members' experiences to write 'The Liberators'

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Wednesday

Christmas will be quiet in Bethlehem as destruction continues in Gaza

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Monday

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A protester with red paint on his hand marches through the streets after demonstrating outside the Israel Defense Forces headquarters on Friday in Tel Aviv, Israel. Earlier, the IDF had said its forces accidentally killed three hostages being held in Gaza when it mistakenly identified them as potential threats. Alexi J. Rosenfeld/Getty Images hide caption

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The IDF said it mistakenly killed 3 Israeli hostages held by Hamas

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A view of the Evangelical Lutheran Christmas Church's Nativity scene in Bethlehem. This year, it portrays a baby Christ born under rubble and wrapped up in a Palestinian keffiyeh. Ayman Oghanna for NPR hide caption

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There's no Christmas in Bethlehem this year. With war in Gaza, festivities are off

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Friday

Israeli soldiers operate in the Gaza Strip amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, in this handout picture released on Thursday. Israel Defense Forces/via Reuters hide caption

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Friday

The Israeli military keeps pushing into central and southern Gaza

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Thursday

A boy in Rafah, Gaza, holds a leaflet dropped by an Israeli aircraft that advises residents to stay sheltered ahead of planned airstrikes. Anas Baba/NPR hide caption

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Thursday

We came to the Hitten refugee camp in Jordan to ask how people were feeling. Ayman Oghanna for NPR hide caption

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We visited a camp for Palestinians and heard despair for Gaza — and anger at America

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Friday

Wednesday

The Puteketeke bird has been elected as New Zealand's Bird of the Century

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Monday

Israeli forces take Ayoub Abuhejleh while he was being interviewed by NPR in the West Bank. Ayman Oghanna for NPR hide caption

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We were interviewing a Palestinian farmer. Then the drone and soldiers appeared

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Friday

Anger and sadness about the state of Gaza dominate at Hitteen refugee camp in Jordan

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