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Tuesday

Palestinians grieve relatives who were killed in an Israeli airstrike on an encampment for displaced people on Sunday, May 26, in the southern Gaza city of Rafah. Anas Baba/NPR hide caption

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Friday

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 24: Penny Harrison and her son Parker Harrison rally against the live entertainment ticket industry outside the U.S. Capitol January 24, 2023 in Washington, DC. The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding a hearing this morning to explore whether the merger of Live Nation and Ticketmaster has stifled competition and harmed the consumer marketplace. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Drew Angerer/Getty Images/Getty Images North America hide caption

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Thursday

Home sales fell last month even as the price of homes climbed to a record high. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Up First for May 23, 2024

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Wednesday

Ireland's Prime Minister Simon Harris, left, flanked by Ireland's Minister of Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin, speaks Wednesday in Dublin to announce Ireland's recognition of a Palestinian state. PAUL FAITH/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Ireland, Norway, Spain to recognize a Palestinian state; stay safe during turbulence

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Tuesday

The International Criminal Court building in The Hague, Netherlands, on April 30. Anadolu/Anadolu via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden decries ICC arrest warrant request for Israeli leaders; Target cuts prices

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Monday

In this handout image supplied by the Office of the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi is pictured at the Qiz Qalasi Dam, constructed on the Aras River on the joint borders between Iran and Azerbaijan. Raisi was seen as a potential successor to Iran's supreme leader. Handout/Office of the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran via Getty Images hide caption

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Iran's president dies in helicopter crash; Michael Cohen's cross-examination wraps up

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Friday

Family members of plaintiffs in the historic Brown v. Board of Education met with President Biden to mark the 70th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Biden focuses on outreach to Black Americans; Billie Eilish finds herself

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Thursday

In this file photo from 2020, President Biden and then-President Donald Trump participate in the second and final presidential debate of that election. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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Biden and Trump agree to two debates; how outdoor time can protect kids' eyesight

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Wednesday

Credit card delinquencies rose in the first three months of the year. According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, almost 1 in 5 card users is "maxed out," using at least 90% of their credit limit. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Americans are struggling to pay off credit card debt; Tiny Desk Contest's 2024 winner

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Tuesday

President Biden puts on a United Auto Workers t-shirt in Belvidere, Ill. on Nov. 9, 2023. Biden on Tuesday is announcing new tariffs on imports of Chinese goods, including electric vehicles. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden to announce new Chinese tariffs; Michael Cohen returns to the stand

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Monday

This image provided by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shows suspected fentanyl pills seized at Los Angeles International Airport in 2022. AP hide caption

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A hidden danger in Gaza; a Haitian gang leader speaks up

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Sunday

This month, we asked NPR readers to tell us about the mother figures in their lives. These are some of the women that shaped readers' lives most. Janet Smith, Catherine Ha, Abeba Aberham, Patty Duffy and Paula Recchia hide caption

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Janet Smith, Catherine Ha, Abeba Aberham, Patty Duffy and Paula Recchia

Friday

A U.S. Navy ship docks off the coast of the Gaza Valley area in the central Gaza Strip on April 29, 2024. The ship is expected to participate in the construction work of a floating naval dock to deliver more humanitarian aid to Gaza Strip announced in March. Ashraf Amra/Anadolu via Getty Images hide caption

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Aid workers are doubtful of a U.S.-built pier near Gaza; RFK Jr.'s dead brain worm

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Thursday

President Biden is seen at the White House on May 2. In an interview with CNN on Wednesday, Biden said he would halt some weapons shipments to Israel if Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered a full invasion of Rafah. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden warns he'll halt Israel weapons shipments; the Kendrick and Drake beef explained

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Wednesday

This photo provided by the Israel Defense Forces shows a tank with an Israel flag on it entering the Gazan side of the Rafah border crossing on Tuesday. AP hide caption

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TikTok sues federal government over free speech; U.S. pauses an Israel bomb shipment

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Tuesday

Makeshift tents for displaced Palestinians at a temporary camp in Rafah, southern Gaza, on May 3. Ahmad/Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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Israeli forces take control at Rafah crossing; How a Border Patrol agent sees his job

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Monday

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends a press conference in the Kirya military base in Tel Aviv, Israel on Oct. 28, 2023. Abir Sultan/AP hide caption

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Israel orders Rafah evacuations; Boeing plans to launch a spacecraft

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Friday

The last photo Trisha Fountain took with her mother in May, 2006. Fountain's mom died the week after her graduation. She said the poem "Epitaph" has helped offered her comfort. Trisha Fountain hide caption

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Trisha Fountain

Trisha Fountain reads "Epitaph"

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The Department of Justice and a group of 35 states sued Google in 2020 for allegedly using anticompetitive tactics to monopolize online search. The trial is over and closing arguments are under way. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Google antitrust lawsuit closes; Steve Inskeep celebrates 20 years at Morning Edition

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Thursday

Counterprotesters try to dismantle a pro-Palestinian encampment set up on the University of California, Los Angeles campus in the early hours of Wednesday. Etienne Laurent/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Police enter UCLA anti-war encampment; Arizona repeals Civil War-era abortion ban

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Wednesday

Using a tactical vehicle, New York City police enter an upper floor of Hamilton Hall on the Columbia University campus in New York, Tuesday, April 30, 2024, after the building was taken over by protesters earlier in the day. Craig Ruttle/AP hide caption

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Florida abortion ban takes effect; NYPD breaks up Columbia protests

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Tuesday

Demonstrators supporting Palestinians in Gaza barricade themselves inside Hamilton Hall, where the office of the dean is located, on April 30 in New York City. Alex Kent/Getty Images hide caption

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Columbia students barricade themselves in campus building; China's EV vehicles

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Monday

People stand next to a vehicle in Deir Al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip, on April 2, where workers from the World Central Kitchen (WCK), were killed in Israeli airstrikes, according to the NGO. Yasser Qudihe/Middle East Images/AFP via Getty hide caption

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ICC reportedly weighs arrest warrants for Israeli officials; new abortion lawsuit

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