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Bono discusses his new memoir, 'Surrender,' and the faith at U2's core

The veteran rock star speaks with Morning Edition about his new memoir, Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story — and in particular, his deep-rooted spirituality.

Crime is a concern for many midterm voters across the country. Tillsonburg/Getty Images hide caption

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Many midterm races focus on rising crime. Here's what the data does and doesn't show

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People shop in a Manhattan store on Oct. 26, 2022 in New York City. Inflation, in the form of higher prices for gas, food and other consumer goods is weighing on U.S. economic growth. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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New GDP report shows an economic turnaround, but don't be fooled

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Iowa Republican U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley poses for a photo outside Atlantic Coca Cola Bottling Co. in Walcott on Oct. 14. Clay Masters/Iowa Public Radio hide caption

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Iowa voters will decide Sen. Chuck Grassley's fate in his closest race in 42 years

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Conspiracy theories about Brazil's electronic voting machines, shown here, have spread online. Far-right influencers in the U.S. have seized on Brazil's election as a way of keeping conspiratorial narratives alive ahead of the U.S. midterms in early November. Caio Guatelli/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why false claims about Brazil's election are spreading in far-right U.S. circles

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Bono discusses his new memoir, 'Surrender,' and the faith at U2's core

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Eugenie Bouchard, of Canada, fell at the facility hosting the 2015 U.S. Open tennis tournament and suffered a concussion. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Concussion protocols are based on research of mostly men. What about women?

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Store shelf data shows that production shortages have rebounded. But distribution snags remain. Brandon Bell/Getty Images hide caption

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It's getting easier to find baby formula. But you might still run into bare shelves

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The warehouse at the Maricopa County Elections Department is seen on Sept. 8. The Maricopa sheriff says he's stepped up security around ballot drop boxes after a series of incidents involving people keeping watch on the boxes. Ross D. Franklin/AP hide caption

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Monitors at Arizona ballot drop boxes draw complaints of voter intimidation

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Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Herschel Walker speaks during a campaign stop in Dawsonville, Ga., Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2022. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Second woman says Ga. Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker paid for abortion

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