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Nell Clark

Nell Clark

Editorial Assistant, Morning Edition

Nell Clark is an editor at Morning Edition and a writer for NPR's Live Blog. She pitches stories, edits interviews and reports breaking news. She started in radio at campus station WVFS at Florida State University, then covered climate change and the aftermath of Hurricane Michael for WFSU in Tallahassee, Fla. She joined NPR in 2019 as an intern at Weekend All Things Considered. She is proud to be a member of NPR's Peer-to-Peer Trauma Support Team, a network of staff trained to support colleagues dealing with trauma at work. Before NPR, she worked as a counselor at a sailing summer camp and as a researcher in a deep-sea genetics lab.

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Rick Martínez's regional Mexican cookbook Mi Cocina is out now. Ren Fuller/Rick Martínez; Clarkson Potter hide caption

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Rick Martínez brings 'rapture' to the kitchen with his new cookbook 'Mi Cocina'

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hold a joint news conference Sunday in Kyiv, Ukraine. Earlier in the day, Trudeau visited the suburb of Irpin to look at devastation left in the wake of Russia's invasion. Alexey Furman/Getty Images hide caption

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Blood is seen on a sidewalk in a residential area following shelling in Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, on Wednesday. Sergey Bobok/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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International legal experts must decide how to formally describe Russia's actions in Bucha, Ukraine, where mass graves were found. Anastasia Vlasova/Getty Images hide caption

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Poet Ocean Vuong writes about loss and grief, but also discovery. Tom Hines hide caption

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Ocean Vuong's new poems examine the 'big, big yesterday' since his mother was alive

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A resident cleans her balcony in an apartment building damaged by shelling in Kyiv on Tuesday. Fadel Senna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Some users experienced glitches on former President Donald Trump's new social media app Truth Social as it launched Monday. Chris Delmas/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Supporters of abortion access march in front of the Florida Capitol Building on Wednesday. Florida's House passed a bill limiting many abortions in the state. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images hide caption

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A makeshift shrine to the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting is set up shortly after the massacre in December 2012 in Newtown, Conn. Emmanuel Dunand/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A man carries a Confederate flag during the protests in Ottawa in January. Along with Canadian flags, signs and flags with extremist views have been seen at the demonstrations. Dave Chan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The killing of Amir Locke has brought protesters back to the streets in Minneapolis, where George Floyd was murdered by police less than two years ago. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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