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Elections

Arizona Senate race still undecided as election officials release more ballots

Three states are left to decide the balance of power in the U.S. Senate. Here's what's happening in Arizona.

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Some Twitter users flying the coop hope Mastodon will be a safe landing

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Darine Al-Ahmar (left), who directs a primary care health center in Douris, Lebanon, and Josette Najjar, with the Lebanese branch of the Mérieux Foundation, have seen the number of cholera cases rise around their region. Ari Daniel/NPR hide caption

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Amid vaccine shortages, Lebanon faces its first cholera outbreak in three decades

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Arizona Senate race still undecided as election officials release more ballots

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People here live in complete darkness for 2.5 months. Here's how they do it

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