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Sen. Schumer talks on what the Inflation Reduction Act means for Americans

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Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg talks about exonerating 6th member of 1989 Central Park case

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U.S. soccer legend Briana Scurry opens up about head injury that changed her life

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FIFA to install AI to help make accurate offside decisions

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A niece remembers her beloved uncle, lost to COVID, with Elvis Presley

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A passenger recounts the moment the Amtrak train derailed: 'It was hell on Earth'

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Civil rights activist Xernona Clayton looks back on her life and her work

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Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) says the House Jan. 6 committee investigation will reveal new details of the insurrection for the public. Shuran Huang for NPR hide caption

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American democracy is more vulnerable now than on Jan. 6, Schiff says amid hearings

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A kindergarten student releases a turtle back into the wild at the Wetlands Institute in Stone Harbor, N.J., this month. Wayne Parry/AP hide caption

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This kindergarten class has raised and set free 18 orphaned turtles

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This kindergarten class has raised and set free 18 orphaned turtles

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The Tampa Bay Lightning are after their 3rd Stanley Cup in a row

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Homophobia has lingered in baseball since the days of Glenn Burke in the 1970s

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