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Monday

How to deal with grief during the holidays

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Wednesday

Ciara Imani May founded Rebundle, a Missouri company that makes biodegradable hair extensions. Rebundle hide caption

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Any job can be a climate solutions job: Ask this teacher, electrician or beauty CEO

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Friday

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky Kholood Eid for NPR hide caption

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Zelenskyy defends Ukraine's spending of Western aid

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Wednesday

On Feb., 27, Laura Trevelyan and members of her family traveled to Grenada to issue a formal apology. courtesy of The University of the West Indies/Laura Trevelyan hide caption

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British aristocrats ask King Charles to join a slavery reparations movement

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Tuesday

Vice President Harris told NPR in an interview Monday that the administration plans to add more resources to the southern border when Title 42 migration restrictions end. Keren Carrión/NPR hide caption

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Harris says Congress needs to lead on immigration after Title 42 restrictions end

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Monday

Yael Bensoussan, MD, is part of the USF Health's department of Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery. She's leading an effort to collect voice data that can be used to diagnose illnesses. Allison Long/Allison Long hide caption

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Artificial intelligence could soon diagnose illness based on the sound of your voice

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Wednesday

'Playground Politica' is an ode to popstar Netta's childhood in Nigeria

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Tuesday

Lilith Fair founder Sarah McLachlan performs during its 2010 revival in Camden, New Jersey. Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images hide caption

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25 years on, Lilith Fair is a reminder of how one woman's radical idea changed music

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Friday

Historic levels of hate crimes are a threat to U.S. democracy, Lipstadt says

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Monday

In Texas, a former state senator challenges the state's abortion law in court

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Tuesday

Louisa Lim's 'Indelible City' examines the U.K.'s handover of Hong Kong to China

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Friday

Examining what's involved with a Supeme Court justice's recusal

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Thursday

Jan. 6 panel must invite Trump to testify, committee member Rep. Lofgren says

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Thursday

After a labor dispute threatened MLB's season, Opening Day is here

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Wednesday

Some would-be homeowners are being squeezed out of the housing market

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Wednesday

U.S. aims to restore modes of transportation out of Afghanistan, Tom West says

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Friday

The Russian invasion of Ukraine is creating an exodus of civilians seeking safety

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Thursday

The Russian-Ukrainian Orthodox Church schism continues to anger Moscow

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Wednesday

Ukraine braces for more Russian cyberattacks, an ex-infrastructure minister says

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Tuesday

Ukrainian women prepare to mobilize in case Russia invades

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Monday

As an international march draws support for Ukraine, what else can the U.S. do?

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Friday

At Ukraine-Belarus border, Ukrainians are pretty calm despite Russian troop buildup

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Russian aggression forces Ukrainians to reflect on previous generations' trauma

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