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Opinion: We Are Risking Health And Life

Aug. 24
Scott Simon / NPR

The government wants to withhold flu shots from migrants in detention centers even though doctors advise vaccinations for all detainees promptly upon arrival.

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Nailed It: Bringing Science Into Nail Art

Aug. 24
Luisa Torres / NPR

A young scientist decided that one way to get girls into science would be by painting neurons and parasitic worms on her nails.

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When Temperatures Rise, So Do Health Problems

Aug. 24
Clayton Dalton / NPR

Heatstroke tends to get the most attention during extreme heat waves. But other diseases are affected by high temperatures as well.

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Houses Of Worship Find New Life After Congregations Downsize

Aug. 24
Shahla Farzan / NPR

As the percentage of Americans who belong to a church, mosque or synagogue declines, congregations are selling their buildings. Some of those former houses of worship are finding new life.

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Elizabeth Warren Slams Student Loan Watchdog Hire As 'Outrageous'

Aug. 24
Cory Turner / NPR

Robert Cameron was a top lawyer for one of the country's largest student loan servicers. In documents obtained by NPR, Warren called his appointment a "slap in the face to student loan borrowers."

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DOJ Says Psychologist Removed Jeffrey Epstein From Suicide Watch

Aug. 23
Richard Gonzales / NPR

The financier's suicide has created a demand for answers from the senior officials in charge of his care. He was being held pending trial on sex trafficking charges.

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Florida Man Found Guilty Of Manslaughter Despite 'Stand Your Ground' Defense

Aug. 23
Barbara Campbell / NPR

Michael Drejka, who is white, shot and killed Markeis McGlockton, an unarmed black man, after a dispute over a handicapped-accessible parking spot.

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DOJ Increases Power Of Agency Running Immigration Court System

Aug. 23
Richard Gonzales / NPR

The changes follow the Trump administration's efforts to decertify the immigration judges' union and speed up deportations.

Top Publishers Sue Audible, Alleging Encroachment On Text Territory

Aug. 23
Colin Dwyer / NPR

The seven plaintiffs, which include all of the publishing industry's Big Five, say the audiobook company is violating copyrights with a planned feature that would transcribe audiobooks for listeners.

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Feds Charge 80 People Over Massive Online Fraud Conspiracy

Aug. 23
Merrit Kennedy / NPR

One of the victims is a Japanese woman who sent more than $200,000 to a person she thought was a U.S. service member in Syria, according to the federal complaint.

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