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Despite calls to improve, air travel is still a nightmare for many with disabilities

Congress told the Transportation Security Administration and airlines in 2018 to improve air travel for people with disabilities. But TSA data and stories from flyers suggest little has improved.

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Despite calls to improve, air travel is still a nightmare for many with disabilities

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Miami '98 Zane Alexander

Amyloid plaques are characteristic features of Alzheimer's disease. The new drug Aduhelm is able to remove this sticky substance that builds up in the brains of patients with the disease, but many doctors are still skeptical of how well it really works. Kateryna Kon/Science Photo Libra via Getty Images hide caption

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Cost and controversy are limiting use of new Alzheimer's drug

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Night White Erik Friedlander

Aimee Mann new album, Queens of the Summer Hotel, is out now Sheryl Nields/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Aimee Mann's Album, 'Queens of the Summer Hotel,' is inspired by 'Girl, Interrupted'

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Nothing Is Good Enough Aimee Mann

Winifred Muisyo, right, and her 5-year-old daughter, Patience Kativa, watch Stanlas Kisilu, left, as he installs a TV tuner on the roof of her home. The TV is connected to a solar panel provided by d.light, a company partially funded by climate financing from wealthier nations. Khadija Farah for NPR hide caption

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This Kenyan family got solar power. High-level climate talks determine who else will

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An Apple-1 computer and a 1986 Panasonic video monitor sold for $400,000 on Tuesday. John Moran Auctioneers, Inc. hide caption

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An original Apple-1 computer sells for $400,000

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