Morning Edition for April 19, 2022 Hear the Morning Edition program for April 19, 2022
News brief: battle for eastern Ukraine, travel mask mandate, China's COVID lockdown
In Muslim Pakistan, theaters that have racy shows for men are thriving
Florida's legislature meets in a special session to adopt new congressional maps
Amid lawsuits over Sandy Hook shooting denial, InfoWars files for bankruptcy
Finishing the Boston Marathon had special significance for Henry Richard
Encore: Concussions don't necessarily hurt your ears, but they can hurt your hearing
Louisa Lim's 'Indelible City' examines the U.K.'s handover of Hong Kong to China
Federal judge strikes down travel mask mandate. What's this mean for air travelers?
North Dakota is digging out from a historic Spring blizzard
Social justice groups' monuments are a counternarrative to Confederate memorials
What are the ripple effects of sanctioning Russia's richest and most powerful?
What's behind the mass detentions in El Salvador?
Ex-Chicago police officer avoids federal charges in Laquan McDonald's death
'Sesame Street' asks 'Ted Lasso' actor to talk about an F-word
Encore: 'First Lady' series is compelling when it dramatizes the unseen moments
Pentagon says Russia is still laying the groundwork for offensive in eastern Ukraine
China's temp agencies recruit underemployed migrants to enforce lockdown restrictions
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