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Architecture

2021 Pritzker Prize Goes To French Architects Who 'Work With Kindness'

Often referred to as the "Nobel Prize of Architecture," this year's Pritzker was awarded to Anne Lacaton and Jean-Philippe Vassal, a design pair who emphasize reuse and equitable housing.

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2021 Pritzker Prize Goes To French Architects Who 'Work With Kindness'

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West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice talks about business trajectory during his annual State of the State address on Jan. 8, 2020, in Charleston. Justice has a plan that he says will help his state's population "soar." Chris Jackson/AP hide caption

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W.Va. Gov. Wants A Population Boom And A Disney Theme Park. His Plan? Income Tax Cuts

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After the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot, big tech companies accelerated a process of "deplatforming," or removing the right of extremists to use their technology. But the far-right is quickly adjusting to this reality. Tracy J. Lee for NPR hide caption

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Across The Internet, A Game Of Whac-A-Mole Is Underway To Root Out Extremism

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Zoo Vaccinates Apes To Protect Both Animals And Humans From COVID-19

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