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The number of new pilots entering the industry is below the demand. Nelson Almeida/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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One doctor's experience in a mid-flight emergency opens questions about medical kits

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Head of Planned Parenthood on what's next in the fight for abortion rights

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One doctor's experience in a mid-flight emergency opened questions about medical kits

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What tiny towns in rural America can teach the cities about adaptation

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In 2017, people march in front of the U.S. Capitol in support of DACA and Temporary Protected Status. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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10 years after DACA was announced, Dreamers remain in limbo

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As DACA turns 10, some recipients are split between celebration and frustration

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A memorial dedicated to the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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What the shooting in Uvalde has meant for the Latino community

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For Latinos, the Uvalde shooting has an extra layer of grief and trauma

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This ice cream cone is made from plastic. That's non-dairy, right? Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images hide caption

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Here's the scoop on vegan ice cream — and why it's everywhere now

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Better taste and texture have made non-dairy ice cream more popular

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A Sandy Hook Advisory Commission member reflects on the group's work and years since

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A handbook aims to help local officials with the first 24 hours after a mass shooting

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A Ukrainian medic recorded footage of her time in Mariupol — then sent it to the AP

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Jenna Fournel and Leal Abbatiello, 14, pose for a portrait at their home in Alexandria, Va. on April 30, 2022. Since the start of the pandemic in 2020, Fournel and her son expanded their garden and began harvesting and giving away produce for free to their community. Eric Lee for NPR hide caption

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When her son died, a woman turned to gardening. Now, she feeds her entire community

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