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The 2022 Winter Olympics

How did the anti-doping system for the Beijing Olympics break down so badly?

Star Russian figure skater Kamila Valieva submitted a doping sample December 25th. It showed she used a banned substance, but the results weren't revealed until after she competed in Beijing.

Scott Simon's cufflinks, gifted from his mother to his father one Valentine's Day, after they had divorced. Scott Simon hide caption

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Opinion: My father's Valentine's Day cufflinks

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How did the anti-doping system for the Beijing Olympics break down so badly?

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Dr. Mai Pham is an internist and former senior Medicare and Medicaid official with degrees from Harvard and Johns Hopkins universities, but she still struggled to find care for her son with autism, Alex Roodman. Alyssa Schukar for KHN hide caption

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Kids with autism struggle to adapt to adulthood. One doctor is trying to change that

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The members of Brassville. From left, back row, standing: Jonathon Neal, MarVelous Brown, Derrick Greene, Adrian Pollard, Nate McDowell; seated on bench: Marcus Chandler and Rashad Sylvester; center, seated on ground: Larry Jenkins, Jr. Garrett E Morris/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Brassville aims to reclaim the deep scope of Nashville music history, stage by stage

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