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Jacqueline Flores (left) with daughter Nicky at their home in Virginia last month. They are part of the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project, a group calling for an end to Title 42 so their family members can seek asylum. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Title 42 Foes Go Back To Court To Try To End COVID Measure Blocking Asylum-Seekers

Immigration advocates had put their lawsuit on hold to give the Biden administration time to phase out the Trump-era Title 42 measure. But they say they're tired of waiting.

After her Facebook account was hacked, Angela McNamara of Hamilton, Ontario, struggled to get help from the social network. Using its automated process to recover her account failed to work for her, says McNamara. Jalani Morgan for NPR hide caption

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Your Facebook Account Was Hacked. Getting Help May Take Weeks — Or $299

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Few tourists venture as far as Trieste, a city tucked in Italy's northeast corner on the Adriatic Sea. Arianna Pagani for NPR hide caption

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A Once-Forgotten Port Of Italy Is Alive With A Diverse Cultural And Literary Legacy

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Jacqueline Flores (left) with daughter Nicky at their home in Virginia last month. They are part of the Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project, a group calling for an end to Title 42 so their family members can seek asylum. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Title 42 Foes Go Back To Court To Try To End COVID Measure Blocking Asylum-Seekers

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Signs reading "vote" hang outside the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., in March as workers wrapped up their seven-week mail-in election on whether to unionize. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Amazon Warehouse Workers In Alabama May Get To Vote Again On Union

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