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EPA Administrator Michael Regan says the Supreme Court's ruling is a setback for the agency. Joshua Roberts/Getty Images hide caption

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The EPA prepares for its 'counterpunch' after the Supreme Court ruling

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Former governor whose bill was at the center of Roe ruling reacts to SCOTUS' decision

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Cellist Yo-Yo Ma, left, with composer John Williams, right. The pair recently released a collaborative recording, A Gathering of Friends, with the New York Philharmonic. Lawrence Sumulong/Courtesy of Sony Music hide caption

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Composer John Williams and cellist Yo-Yo Ma bring together 'A Gathering of Friends'

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A monument for Taras Shevchenko is symbolically protected by bandages in Borodyanka, northwest of Kyiv. Nickolai Hammar/NPR hide caption

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This is what one town in Ukraine looks like after Russian troops withdrew

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Russian troops left death and destruction behind in Borodyanka, Ukraine

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Experts are debating whether the term "trauma" applies to the pandemic, but it's clear a mental health crisis is looming. Kim Ryu for NPR hide caption

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People are developing trauma-like symptoms as the pandemic wears on

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Communities have formed among those who have stayed in Kyiv through Russian attacks

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What happens to Kyiv's People's Friendship Arch, now that Russia has invaded?

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Vash Lavash in the western part of Ukraine reopened its doors and is employing people displaced by the war. Kat Lonsdorf, NPR hide caption

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How a bakery in Ukraine is offering hope and employment in a time of crisis

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What the city of Kyiv looks like as people return

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Residents of Kyiv who left because of the conflict begin to return

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How a Ukrainian hospital, still recovering from COVID, pivoted to a new crisis: war

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Human Rights Watch's Yulia Gorbunova on cases of alleged war crimes by Russian forces

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A radio station in Ukraine balances music, laughs and war news in their broadcasts

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