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With the Greens now leading the polls, party co-chair Annalena Baerbock, 40, is seen as a serious contender for German chancellor in September's general election. She has moved the Greens increasingly to the political center.
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Thembi Ngubane was willing to speak out at a time when few South Africans were willing to say, "I have AIDS." She carried a tape recorder from 2004 to 2005 to document her life. She died in 2009.
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A child sits on his father's shoulder in New York City's Central Park in May 2020. The COVID-19 vaccine isn't presently available to those under 16, raising questions for parents and their kids.
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Gen. Sami Sadat salutes Afghani troops in April 2021. "The Afghan military is one of the more advanced militaries that learned from the best, from the U.S. forces," he tells NPR's All Things Considered. "To be honest, for the past one year, the Afghan forces have held their ground pretty good, I'd say."
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Rod Colwell, CEO of Controlled Thermal Resources, is among many hoping to transform the area around California's Salton Sea into a domestic source of lithium for electric car batteries.
To understand vaccine-induced immunity more fully, researchers are comparing antibody levels in people who received the Moderna vaccine but still got COVID-19 with levels in people who got the vaccine but didn't fall ill.
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The Penn Museum is home to the The Morton Cranial Collection, which includes nearly 900 human skulls obtained during the early 19th century by Philadelphia scientist Dr. Samuel Morton. His research was used to lend scientific support to white supremacy.
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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is President Biden's pick to replace Merrick Garland on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. Jackson is seen as a possible Supreme Court justice should a vacancy arise.
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In this 2017 photo, Gavin McInnes (center), founder of the far-right extremist group known as the Proud Boys, is surrounded by supporters after speaking at a rally in Berkeley, Calif. McInnes told NPR that the group is made up of "funny dudes, not Nazis." At least 25 members of the far-right group are facing charges related to the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
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Students carry sack lunches at Elk Ridge Elementary School in Buckley, Wash. On Monday, USDA unveiled a new program that would feed millions of children over the summer, when many schools are closed.
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