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September 23, 2022
Migration Policy Institute discusses which states shoulder the burden of immigration
Health officials are predicting this winter could see an active flu season on top of potential COVID surges. In short, it's a good year to be a respiratory virus. Left: Image of SARS-CoV-2 omicron virus particles (pink) replicating within an infected cell (teal). Right: Image of an inactive H3N2 influenza virus.
Flu is expected to flare up in U.S. this winter, raising fears of a 'twindemic'
How the Biden administration's climate goals align with the military
A kindergartener's review of his packed lunch is raising money to fight hunger
How "wash trading" is perpetuating crypto fraud
Pianist and composer Chad Lawson hopes his music can heal people struggling with mental health challenges.
Pianist Chad Lawson seeks to heal in new album
Why authorities can't quell the protests in Iran
After the Uvalde shooting, some parents feel called to politics
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Boeing will pay $200 million to settle SEC charges over 737 Max crashes
FEMA Officer describes Puerto Rico's recovery from Fiona so far
Global leaders meet in Pittsburgh for climate talks
Lousiana Jean Charles Choctaw Nation members reflect on their vanishing homeland
Japan's treatment of Ukrainians contrasts with its prior refugee policy
Big Bank CEOS answer questions from lawmakers banking fraud protections
Waiting for loan forgiveness, borrowers are targets for scammers
Jeopardy! contestant gets a second chance at the grand prize
Russian-occupied areas of Ukraine begin illegal referendums
Many Americans have recently gotten raises. But the bigger paychecks are an illusion
A voter passes large signs spelling out "Vote Here" in Minneapolis in September 2016. Voters in Minnesota can start casting their ballots for this year's midterm elections on Friday.
Stop thinking just about Election Day. We're in voting season now
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