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The Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety Program seeks to develop devices that will automatically detect when a driver is intoxicated with a blood-alcohol concentration over the legal limit. Courtesy of Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety Program hide caption

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A Push To Have Cars Say 'No' To Drunk Drivers

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Nordstrom's new flagship store opens Thursday on 57th Street and Broadway in New York City. The store has seven floors of products and services alongside in-store restaurants and bars. Peter Talbot/NPR hide caption

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says protecting the social network from manipulation is one of his top priorities. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What Breaking Up Big Tech Might Look Like

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Cardinal Health was one of a handful of corporations to strike a last-minute settlement with two Ohio counties, to avoid the first major trial in the landmark federal litigation effort concerning the opioid health crisis. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Opioid Trial: 4 Companies Reach Tentative Settlement With Ohio Counties

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Kamel Guemari is a manager of a McDonald's in a neighborhood in Marseille, France, that's known for crime and drug gangs. He has been leading an employee charge to save the restaurant, which has become a vital community anchor in an under-resourced immigrant neighborhood. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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Save The .... McDonald's? One Franchise In France Has Become A Social Justice Cause

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California Wildfire Victims Face Deadline To File Against PG&E

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Residents In Kentucky's Martin County Face Escalating Water Bills

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Michael Stumo and his wife Nadia Milleron, whose daughter was killed in the Ethiopian Airlines Flight crash, attend a House committee hearing June 19. They and other victims' families have been a driving force in the campaign to keep the Boeing 737 Max grounded. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Crash Victim's Family Pushes To Keep Boeing 737 Max From Flying Again Too Soon

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Kara Swisher's Take On Mark Zuckerberg's 'Free Speech' Speech

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Pilots' 2016 Messages Show Concerns With Boeing System

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All Boeing 737 Max aircraft are grounded while the manufacturer fixes a deadly defect in their flight control system. These Southwest Airlines planes were parked in Victorville, Calif., in March. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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