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Lawmakers Pass Sweeping ‘George Floyd’ Police Reform Bill

House lawmakers passed sweeping police reform legislation Wednesday named after George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man who was killed when a Minneapolis police officer kneeled on his neck in May 2020.

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Lawmakers Pass Sweeping ‘George Floyd’ Police Reform Bill

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'Now Is Not The Time To Stop Wearing A Mask,' Says CDC Director Rochelle Walensky

The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voiced concern on Wednesday about the recent climb in the number of new cases of the coronavirus, warning that pandemic fatigue and the loosening of restrictions may be setting the stage for yet another surge this spring.

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'Now Is Not The Time To Stop Wearing A Mask,' Says CDC Director Rochelle Walensky

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Undocumented Students Face Big Challenges With Remote Learning

Berta Romero, is a counselor at Mary Harris Mother Jones elementary school in Prince George's County, a suburb of Washington, D.C.It's a position that was created before the pandemic, to help undocumented children adjust to school.

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Undocumented Students Face Big Challenges With Remote Learning

Letter: In recognition of truly heroic journalists

Not long ago, I read an extraordinary book called “The Great War for Civilization” by Robert Fisk.The subject is the collision between the Western world and the Islamic world over the last 40 years or so.

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Letter: In recognition of truly heroic journalists

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STATE OF THE ARTS - Illustrator and Muralist Christin ApodacaSTATE OF THE ARTS - The Art of the MargaritaSTATE OF THE ARTS - Femme Frontera Filmmaker ShowcaseSTATE OF THE ARTS - Liquid Gates of TimePerspectives - Samuel K. DolanWeekdays from 5am to 9amWeekdays from 9am to 10amDonate Your Vehicle to

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Accidentally Trashed, Thawed or Expired: Reports of Covid Vaccine Spoilage

As the speed of covid vaccinations picks up, so do the reports of doses going to waste.And it’s more than just a handful at the end of the day because of a few appointment cancellations.

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Accidentally Trashed, Thawed or Expired: Reports of Covid Vaccine Spoilage

The Fight Over The Future Of Natural Gas : Short Wave

A growing number of cities are looking at restricting the use of gas in new buildings to reduce climate emissions.But some states are considering laws to block those efforts, with backing from the natural gas industry.

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The Fight Over The Future Of Natural Gas : Short Wave

Jack Harlow Delivers Refreshing NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert Performance

The Louisville rapper fully relied on a live band for the first time ever.Shortly after the release of his “Route 66” visual, Jack Harlow has now graced the stage for his very first NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert performance.

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Jack Harlow Delivers Refreshing NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert Performance

Jack Harlow Got a Tiny Desk Concert

NPR features a concert series called “Tiny Desk” that highlights different artists in stripped down form.Louisville’s own Jack Harlow finally got his crack at NPR’s “Tiny Desk Home Concert” and it’s awesome.

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Jack Harlow Got a Tiny Desk Concert

Man With HIV Charged For Lying About Sexual History At Blood Donation, Didn’t Know Oral Sex Is Sex

A HIV-positive man in Singapore donated blood during the Covid-19 pandemic, but declared that he never had sex with another man before as he thought “sex” did not include oral sex.

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Man With HIV Charged For Lying About Sexual History At Blood Donation, Didn’t Know Oral Sex Is Sex

Failure Of Power: How Millions Of Texans Were Left In The Dark

Failure to Power is a production of Texas Public Radio and The Texas Newsroom, a collaboration between public radio stations across the state and NPR.Tune in for the special report on KSTX 89.1 FM at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 4.

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Failure Of Power: How Millions Of Texans Were Left In The Dark

< The Biden Relief Bill: Who Gets What

UNIDENTIFIED PERSON, BYLINE: NPR.(SOUNDBITE OF DROP ELECTRIC SONG, "WAKING UP TO THE FIRE") CARDIFF GARCIA, HOST: Hey, everyone.Stacey and Cardiff here.This is THE INDICATOR FROM PLANET MONEY.

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Fauci Frequented Gay Bathhouses & Bars To Study AIDS In The 80s

Speaking with NPR’s Fresh Air host Terry Gross last week, Dr. Anthony Fauci revealed he spent a lot of time in gay bathhouses and bars in the 1980s in order to “see what was going on” at the height of the AIDS pandemic.

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Fauci Frequented Gay Bathhouses & Bars To Study AIDS In The 80s

Stacey Abrams On The Continuing Fight For Voter Access : Consider This from

The Supreme Court heard arguments this week about voting laws in Arizona that would make ballot access harder for people living in rural areas like the Navajo Nation.

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Stacey Abrams On The Continuing Fight For Voter Access : Consider This from

< Officials Testify To Senate On What Took The National Guard So Long On Jan. 6

MARY LOUISE KELLY, HOST: Three hours and 19 minutes - that is how long it took for D.C. National Guard troops to receive authorization to respond to a frantic call for help from the Capitol Police during the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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Cult deprogrammers inundated with requests to help people lost in Trump election, QAnon conspiracy theories

Former QAnon believers explain how they were radicalised Social media has become rife with disinformation and rabbit holes leading to conspiracy theories Cult deprogrammers are flush with work as the family members of Trump-conspiracy believers and QAnon supporters seek professional help for their loved ones.

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Cult deprogrammers inundated with requests to help people lost in Trump election, QAnon conspiracy theories

Sacha Baron Cohen Reveals He Was Almost Shot By Festival Organizer Filming Borat

Sacha Baron Cohen reveals that he was seconds away from bring shot by an angry festival organizer while filming Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.

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Sacha Baron Cohen Reveals He Was Almost Shot By Festival Organizer Filming Borat