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The ski industry is preparing for a future that will require more manufactured snow

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After several months of temporarily housing, Kamila Noori, a prominent Afghan judge, stands on the balcony of the apartment where she will live with her husband and two of their daughters. Alyssa Schukar for NPR hide caption

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From Kabul to Virginia: An Afghan family is starting over in America

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Students from the Youth Winter Olympic Sports School perform ice and snow gymnastics during an event marking the 100-day countdown to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Zhangjiakou, Hebei province, China, on Tuesday. Chen Xiaodong/Costfoto/Barcroft Media/Getty Images hide caption

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Saudi Arabia and China are accused of using sports to cover up human rights abuse

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An Afghan family faces many challenges trying to resettle in the U.S.

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As Germans Prepare To Vote For A New Leader, We Hear Some Of Their Views

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NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 22: Jackie Mason has lunch on 6th Avenue in Manhattan on March 22, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Bobby Bank/WireImage) Bobby Bank/WireImage hide caption

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Alex Gibney's new documentary on HBO is called The Crime of the Century. It details the role of the medical system in creating the opioid crisis. HBO hide caption

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Opioid Crisis: Filmmaker Details The Medical System's 'Crime Of The Century'

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The Italian Culture Ministry said the Guattari Cave in San Felice Circeo was "one of the most significant places in the world for the history of Neanderthals." Emanuele Antonio Minerva/Italian Culture Ministry via AP hide caption

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Israeli police take a Palestinian into custody during a protest at the Masjid al-Aqsa compound in East Jerusalem on Sunday. Eyad Tawil/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Firms May Have To Disclose Climate-Related Risks In Financial Disclosures

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A Georgia Tech employee receives a Pfizer coronavirus vaccination on the campus April 8. For a number of Americans, getting their shots is as easy as showing up to their workplace as some companies and institutions provide on-site vaccinations to their employees. Danny Karnik/AP hide caption

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For Some Americans, Getting A Vaccine Is As Easy As Showing Up To Work

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Businesses Push Hard To Get Workforce Vaccinated

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A mobile ordering sign is seen on March 30 at a vending station in Nationals Park, home of the Washington Nationals. The Nats, along with many other teams in baseball, are implementing new safety protocols, including for ordering food, as a new season kicks off on Thursday. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call Inc. via Getty Images hide caption

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Baseball Is Back, So Grab A Hot Dog And A Beer. Just Keep A Safe Distance

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MLB Adjusts Stadium Experience For 2nd Season During The Pandemic

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