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The Walt Disney Company and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis have called off their lawsuit stemming from a yearlong legal dispute. It involves the district that's home to Disney's central Florida resort. Walt Disney World Resort via Get hide caption

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In Florida, there's détente in the battle between Disney and Gov. Ron DeSantis

Disney and a board appointed by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis have settled lawsuits over who controls development in the 40-square-mile district that's home to its Orlando theme parks.

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Besides charting the course of her own pop stardom, Tyla's goals are to spread the pride of her country and keep the people who created amapiano at the forefront of the movement. Jeremy Soma/Epic Records hide caption

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Tyla is the new face of African pop. She's aiming to take over the whole world

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The Walt Disney Company and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis have called off their lawsuit stemming from a yearlong legal dispute. It involves the district that's home to Disney's central Florida resort. Walt Disney World Resort via Get hide caption

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In Florida, there's détente in the battle between Disney and Gov. Ron DeSantis

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The coal power plant in Kemmerer, Wyoming, owned by Rocky Mountain Power, is scheduled to be decommissioned next year. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Why a town on the front line of America's energy transition isn't letting go of coal

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A baby is looked after at the neonatal unit at Kamal Adhwan hospital in Beit Lahia in the Gaza Strip, where children are born with complications due to malnourished mothers. Omar El Qattaa for NPR hide caption

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Middle East crisis — explained

'Struggle, struggle, struggle.' What new and expecting mothers are facing in Gaza

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'Struggle, struggle, struggle.' What new and expecting mothers are facing in Gaza

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