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The U.S. Justice Department filed a brief in federal appeals court Tuesday to overturn a federal judge's decision that declared the government mask mandate on planes, trains and buses unlawful. Here, a sign stating that masks are required at San Francisco International Airport stands in a terminal after the federal mask mandate was overturned. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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An epic proxy battle comes to Hasbro

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The DeLorean Motor Company released images and specs of its forthcoming electric vehicle on its website this week. DeLorean Motor Company/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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As Elon Musk prepares to take over Twitter, the SEC closely monitors

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Business leader turned military commander Vsevolod Kozhemyako stands at a position in Ruska Lozova, a village retaken by the Ukrainian forces in the Kharkiv region, May 16. Ricardo Moraes/Reuters hide caption

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A look inside the Ukrainian 'billionaire's battalion' fighting Russian forces

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Ukrainian demonstrators demand an embargo on Russian oil during a protest in front of EU institutions prior to an extraordinary meeting of EU leaders to discuss Ukraine, energy and food security at the Europa building in Brussels on Monday. Olivier Matthys/AP hide caption

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The baby-formula shortage has led some to question why the U.S. doesn't provide more support for breastfeeding. Here, a woman breastfeeds her son outside New York City Hall during a 2014 rally to support breastfeeding in public. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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The baby formula shortage is prompting calls to increase support for breastfeeding

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The financial reality of touring indie musicians

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Workers unload a FedEx cargo plane carrying 100,000 pounds of baby formula at Washington Dulles International Airport, in Chantilly, Va., on Wednesday. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Gua Sha, a facial massage technique in traditional Chinese medicine, has reached viral fame, thanks to social media influencers in the West. Tanja Ivanova/Getty Images hide caption

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