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India's Farmer Protests: Why Are They So Angry?

Demonstrations have been going on for months. Pop stars and climate activists have pledged support for the farmers. What sparked the movement is less glamorous: New rules for wholesale markets.

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The U.S. Supreme Court, where conservatives have a 6-3 majority, is to consider a case that could gut the Voting Rights Act of 1965. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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High Noon For The Future Of The Voting Rights Act At The Supreme Court

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Rep. James Clyburn, pictured last October, is chairman of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, which is launching its own investigation into One Medical's vaccine practices. Michael A. McCoy/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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One Medical's Coronavirus Vaccine Practices Spark Congressional Investigation

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Georgia voters cast their ballots in Chamblee for runoff elections in early January. Georgia's Republican lawmakers have proposed a number of changes to cut down on voting options. Virginie Kippelen/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Georgia House Passes Elections Bill That Would Limit Absentee And Early Voting

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Farmers, traders and customers weave through waist-high heaps of chili peppers, piles of ginger and mounds of carrots at a government-run wholesale market in western India. Lauren Frayer/NPR hide caption

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India's Farmer Protests: Why Are They So Angry?

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Palestinian elementary school students wearing protective face masks take their seats in their classroom amid the coronavirus pandemic on the first day of class in September at a United Nations-run school in the West Bank city of Ramallah. Majdi Mohammed/AP hide caption

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Israeli Health Officials To Government: Vaccinate All Palestinians

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As a researcher at the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle, Alice Mukora says she understands the need to enroll diverse populations in Alzheimer's research. But that would be more likely to happen, she notes, if people of color had better experiences getting Alzheimer's care. Siri Stafford/Getty Images hide caption

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'Providers Don't Even Listen': Barriers To Alzheimer's Care When You're Not White

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