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Beck Dorey-Stein, a former White House stenographer, walks with members of the White House press pool from Air Force One upon arrival at Wattay International Airport in Laos in 2016. Saul Loe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Politics

Ex-White House Stenographer: With No Official Transcript, Trump Can Muddle The Truth

White House stenographers are meant to record every public utterance made by a president, but "everything changed" with the Trump administration, says Beck Dorey-Stein.

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Morning News Brief

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Morning News Brief

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Girard Children's Community Garden in Washington, D.C. was created on a vacant lot and is now a thriving community space for neighborhood kids, many of whom are from low-income communities of color. Pearl Mak/NPR hide caption

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Replacing Vacant Lots With Green Spaces Can Ease Depression In Urban Communities

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Describing how pain affects your daily activities may be more effective than the standard pain scale. Lynn Scurfield for NPR hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Words Matter When Talking About Pain With Your Doctor

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Words Matter When Talking About Pain With Your Doctor

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A Syrian Civil Defense volunteer, known as the White Helmets, holds the body of a child after he was pulled from the rubble following a government forces airstrike on the rebel-held neighborhood of Karm Homad in the northern city of Aleppo on Oct. 4, 2016. Ameer Alhalbi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Rescuing The Rescuers': Stranded Syrian White Helmets Evacuated By Israel

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Beck Dorey-Stein, a former White House stenographer, walks with members of the White House press pool from Air Force One upon arrival at Wattay International Airport in Laos in 2016. Saul Loe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ex-White House Stenographer: With No Official Transcript, Trump Can Muddle The Truth

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"I don't like to say, 'RIP Jah' because I don't believe he's dead," rapper Clyde Guevara says of his brother Jahiem. "The energy is still here, and I still feel him." Gerald Hawkins/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Interviews

'I Still Feel Him:' Clyde Guevara's Debut Memorializes His Brother's Death

4 min

'I Still Feel Him:' Clyde Guevara's Debut Memorializes His Brother's Death

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A yellow-bellied marmot keeps an eye out while it gets a bite to eat. Related to groundhogs, yellow-bellied marmots are getting fatter and bigger because of the longer growing season brought on by climate change. Nathan Rott/NPR hide caption

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Heat: Coping With A Warming World

Spring Is Springing Sooner, Throwing Nature's Rhythms Out Of Whack

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Spring Is Springing Sooner, Throwing Nature's Rhythms Out Of Whack

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Anti-gun violence advocate and Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivor Emma Gonzales, center, at a rally in Chicago in June. The students from the Parkland, Fla., school have become vocal anti-gun advocates, but a more conservative Supreme Court may stymie their efforts. Jim Young/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Kavanaugh Could Tip Supreme Court Against Gun Control Laws

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Tronc cited financial pressures in gutting the New York Daily News, a major force in local coverage. It has won Pulitzer Prizes and been a thorn in President Trump's side. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Media

Tronc Slashes 'New York Daily News' Staff By Half

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Tronc Slashes 'New York Daily News' Staff By Half

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