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A portrait of Prince taken by Lynn Goldsmith (left) in 1981 and 16 silk-screened images Andy Warhol later created using the photo as a reference. A federal district court judge found that Warhol's series is "transformative" because it conveys a different message from the original, and thus is fair use. A Second Circuit Court of Appeals panel disagreed. Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States hide caption

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The Supreme Court meets Andy Warhol, Prince and a case that could threaten creativity

Images Andy Warhol created of Prince are at the heart of a case the Supreme Court will examine on Wednesday. Warhol used a black-and-white portrait taken by Lynn Goldsmith as a reference point.

The investigation of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol has highlighted concerns about the Inspector General Office at the Department of Homeland Security. Alistair Pike/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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DHS watchdog appointed by Trump has fueled an exodus of agency lawyers, sources say

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Dr. Gabriela Kucharski is the secretary of health for Toledo, a city in southwestern Brazil. Amid the worst of the pandemic, she convinced Pfizer to choose Toledo for an experiment that would provide free COVID vaccines for every resident. Ian Cheibub for NPR hide caption

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How this Brazilian doc got nearly every person in her city to take a COVID vaccine

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A closed barbershop in Cleveland in May 2020. Small businesses were in limbo as the coronavirus outbreak raged and the first round of the government's multibillion-dollar Paycheck Protection Program drew to a close. Tony Dejak/AP hide caption

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Virtually all PPP loans have been forgiven with limited scrutiny

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A portrait of Prince taken by Lynn Goldsmith (left) in 1981 and 16 silk-screened images Andy Warhol later created using the photo as a reference. A federal district court judge found that Warhol's series is "transformative" because it conveys a different message from the original, and thus is fair use. A Second Circuit Court of Appeals panel disagreed. Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States hide caption

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The Supreme Court meets Andy Warhol, Prince and a case that could threaten creativity

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This cross-section of a rat brain shows tissue from a human brain organoid fluorescing in light green. Scientists say these implanted clusters of human neurons could aid the study of brain disorders. Pasca lab / Stanford Medicine hide caption

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Human cells in a rat's brain could shed light on autism and ADHD

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