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The Coronavirus Crisis

Hangover From Alcohol Boom Could Last Long After Pandemic Ends

Americans are drinking far more during the COVID-19 pandemic. A beer in the evening can feel like a taste of normal life, but health experts worry about alcohol's deadly side effects.

Former FBI Agent Ali Soufan, shown here in New York in 2018, interrogated many al-Qaida suspects after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. Soufan's 2011 book on that topic, The Black Banners, included many redactions. A new version was released this week without the redactions. Hector Retamal /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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For Ex-FBI Interrogator Ali Soufan, Sept. 11 Still Frames His Life

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Amanda Jones, a singer-songwriter turned film and TV composer, is the first African American woman to earn an Emmy nomination for original television score. Ian Spanier/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Keeping Up With Amanda Jones, Score Composer On The Rise

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Hangover From Alcohol Boom Could Last Long After Pandemic Ends

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In her video Weehawken to Gettysburg Cathy Cluck stands near a statue of Alexander Hamilton in New Jersey. Cluck took a 15-day road trip to visit some of the places she teaches her students about each year and posted daily highlights to her YouTube. Catherine Cluck via YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Texas Teacher Takes Her Students On A Road Trip Through U.S. History — Remotely

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Left to right: Albert Petrocelli Jr., Mark Petrocelli and Albert Petrocelli Sr., on Father's Day in 1989, at Mark's home in New York. Courtesy of the Petrocelli family hide caption

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A Father And A Son, Lost To 2 National Tragedies

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