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ISIS and domestic extremism in the U.S. are driven by very different ideologies, but the process by which young people are radicalized is remarkably similar. Nicole Xu for NPR hide caption

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Investigations

A Tale Of 2 Radicalizations

People who stormed the Capitol were radicalized by what they consumed online and in social media. That should sound familiar: Ten years ago, ISIS used a similar strategy to lure Americans to Syria.

ISIS and domestic extremism in the U.S. are driven by very different ideologies, but the process by which young people are radicalized is remarkably similar. Nicole Xu for NPR hide caption

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Untangling Disinformation

A Tale Of 2 Radicalizations

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A Tale Of 2 Radicalizations

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, left, and Secretary to the Governor Larry Schwartz, pictured in 2014. Schwartz is a longtime friend of Cuomo who now directs vaccine distribution in New York state. Mike Groll/AP hide caption

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New York's 'Vaccine Czar' Called County Officials To Assess Their Loyalty To Cuomo

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The International Atomic Energy Agency has been responsible for policing the Iran deal. It has sealed some equipment, preventing its use, and installed cameras and other electronic monitoring. AFP/IRNA/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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With Iranian Nuclear Deal In Limbo, Some Worry Inspectors Will Lose Access For Good

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Even with some colleges canceling their midsemester breaks due to COVID-19, students from more than 200 schools are expected to visit Miami Beach during spring break, which runs until mid-April. Eva Marie Uzcatequi/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Planning A Spring Break? These 5 Tips Can Help Minimize Risk

7 min

Planning A Spring Break? These 5 Tips Can Help Minimize Risk

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The Internal Revenue Service is pictured in April 2020 in Washington, D.C. The IRS has faced huge challenges in recent years, and new coronavirus relief bills introduce new complexity to the agency's work. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Coronavirus Relief Bill Is A 'Heavy Lift' For Already-Strained IRS

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