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Natalie Escobar

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Natalie Escobar is an editor on NPR's Newshub team, where she edits breaking news. Previously, she was an associate editor on the Culture desk, where she helped produce "Books We Love." And before then, she was an assistant editor on the Code Switch team, where she edited the blog and newsletter, ran the social media accounts and led audience engagement. Before coming to NPR in 2020, Escobar was an assistant editor and editorial fellow at The Atlantic. She graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism with a degree in magazine journalism and Latino studies.

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An American flag flies on top of the White House, Feb. 12, 2022, in Washington. A federal appeals court Friday, Sept. 8, 2023, significantly whittled down a lower court's order curbing Biden administration communications with social media companies over controversial content about COVID-19 and other issues. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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New York homeowner Kevin Monahan, 65, has been charged with second-degree murder after fatally shooting Kaylin Gillis, 20. Washington County Sheriff's Office hide caption

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Authorities said on Wednesday that Myles Sanderson (right), the second suspect in the stabbing deaths of 10 people in the province of Saskatchewan, died shortly after his arrest. Damien Sanderson (left), his brother, had been found dead on Monday with wounds that did not appear to be self-inflicted. AP hide caption

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NPR's top picks for 2022 fiction books

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8 books to enjoy at the beach this summer

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Sha'Carri Richardson points to the sky after winning the women's 100-meter final on Day 2 of the 2020 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team Trials at Hayward Field on June 19 in Eugene, Ore. Patrick Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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Fishermen secure their boats ahead of the passage of Tropical Storm Elsa in Havana, Cuba, on July 5. Elsa made landfall in Cuba and is now headed to Florida. Yamil Lage/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Victor Samuel Martinez-Rivera, Fernanda Ruiz Martinez, Heber Toscano and Alejandro Vasquez are voting for president for the very first time. Eve Edelheit, Deanna Dent and Xueying Chang/NPR hide caption

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