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New Doctors In India Are Starting Off Seeing The Worst. It's Taking A Toll

In India, a generation of new doctors enters the field at a time of crisis. One new doctor in New Delhi is haunted by a woman who begged for a hospital bed — but they were all full.

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Restaurants Are Welcoming Back Diners, But Say Mask Rules Have Them Relying On Trust

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Comfort Teen Daze
Hotel The Antlers

Sleeping quarters set up for migrant children are shown during a tour of the Long Beach Convention Center on April 22. Long Beach officials and officials with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services led the tour. Brittany Murray/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Advocates Say Biden Administration Is Violating Pact On Detaining Migrant Children

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White Sugar Taylor, Joanne Shaw
Old County Whale Fall
Swagger Whale Fall
Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) Marvin Gaye
Inner City Blues Phil Upchurch

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New Doctors In India Are Starting Off Seeing The Worst. It's Taking A Toll

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Journey Tim Schaufert
New Lands Tim Schaufert

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Her Son Wasn't Expected To Survive. Now He's Showing Her How To Live

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Cast in Wicker Blue Dot Sessions
Guts (Guitar Cover) Max Backman

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Rep. Stephanie Murphy Considers Senate Run Against Rubio

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Treated Denver wastewater flows into the South Platte River in April. In what may be the largest U.S. project of its kind, Denver will use excess energy from sewage wastewater to heat and cool a new agriculture, arts and education center. Hart Van Denburg/CPR News hide caption

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How Your Hot Showers And Toilet Flushes Can Help the Climate

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