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Woman Gets New Windpipe In Groundbreaking Transplant Surgery

A medical team in New York City says it has performed the first complete surgical transplant of a trachea. These kinds of transplants are one of the last big transplant challenges.

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Army Gen. Paul Nakasone, director of the National Security Agency, says the U.S. has a "blind spot" when it comes to foreign intelligence services that effectively carry out cyberspying from inside the U.S. Anna Moneymaker/The New York Times via AP hide caption

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After A Major Hack, U.S. Looks To Fix A Cyber 'Blind Spot'

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Second Time Bruno Major
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Woman Gets New Windpipe In Groundbreaking Transplant Surgery

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Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas issued a concurrence in a case over former President Donald Trump's Twitter account in which Thomas suggested that social media companies should be regulated like a common carrier, like a telephone company. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Justice Clarence Thomas Takes Aim At Tech And Its Power 'To Cut Off Speech'

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Beat Infinitum Neil Cowley
Involution Neil Cowley
Seafarers Erik Wollo
Lost Culture Erik Wollo
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Slow Reactors The Bad Plus
Too Real [Instrumental] Rapper Big Pooh
Strongest Man [Instrumental] Rapper Big Pooh
Hey Ya Booker T. Jones

Robert Malley, pictured in 2018, helped negotiate the Iran nuclear deal in 2015. He's now involved in talks to potentially restart the deal, beginning this week in Vienna. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden Envoy To Iran On What To Expect In Renewed Nuclear Talks

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