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 2021-08-02 09:00 

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How House Democrats' Campaign Chief Plans To Defy History In 2022...

To retake control of the House of Representatives, Republicans need to pick up just five seats in the 2022 midterm elections. It's Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney's job to make sure that doesn't happen. The New York Democrat and chair of the ...

 2021-08-01 11:31 

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Sunisa Lee Takes Bronze In The Olympic Uneven Bars Final...

TOKYO — U.S. gymnast Sunisa Lee has taken bronze in the uneven bars event final at the Tokyo Olympics, adding another medal to her hugely successful Games. Belgium's Nina Derwael took gold and Anastasiia Iliankova with the team from Russia took ...

 2021-07-31 12:14 

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Senate Agrees To Infrastructure Package Deal...

Scott Simon asks Republican Senator Mike Braun of Indiana about the infrastructure deal. This week, the Senate voted to advance the bill to formal debate....

 2021-07-29 21:09 

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Long Island Senate GOP Blame Crime On Democrat-Backed Reform...

New York state Senator Alexis Wiek, a Republican from Patchogue, has a husband and son in law enforcement. She accused Democrats of handcuffing police and letting criminals walk without bail....

 2021-07-28 13:25 

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The DOJ Won't Defend Rep. Mo Brooks In Court Against Claims He Incited The Jan. 6 Riot...

The Justice Department rejected a request by Alabama Republican Rep. Mo Brooks for legal protection in court against a lawsuit linking him to the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Brooks, former President Donald Trump and others were sued by Rep. E...

 2021-07-27 12:13 

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U.S. Women's Gymnastics Takes Silver In The Team Final After Simone Biles Pulls Out...

Updated July 27, 2021 at 9:01 AM ET TOKYO — U.S. women's gymnastics have taken silver in the women's team final, behind the team from Russia, after U.S. star Simone Biles suddenly pulled out of competition after the first rotation due to a m...

 2021-07-26 20:13 

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A Lawsuit Against Jan. 6 Rally Speakers Forces DOJ To Consider Who's Legally Immune...

A lawsuit against the men who spoke at a rally before the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 is putting the Justice Department in a tricky position. The department is considering whether those federal officials acted within the scope of their jobs that day, which wou...

 2021-07-26 18:59 

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Schumer Says Clock Ticking To Disburse $2.3 Billion In Rent Relief To New Yorkers...

New York has until the end of September to dole out over $2 billion in rent relief to tenants. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York said the federal government could take that money back if the state misses the deadline....

 2021-07-25 10:09 

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U.S. Women's Gymnasts Have A Surprisingly Rough 1st Day Of Olympic Competition...

TOKYO — The U.S. women's gymnastic team took the mat for the first time at the Tokyo Olympics, and a few stumbles including from star Simone Biles allowed Russia's team to take the lead. Russia came out one point ahead in the total team scor...

 2021-07-23 20:27 

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CIA Director On America's Biggest Challenges...

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with CIA Director William Burns about Russia, China and what keeps him up at night....

 2021-07-23 11:41 

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The Afghan Government Retains Significant Military Capabilities, CIA Chief Says...

In an exclusive NPR interview, CIA Director William Burns addresses Taliban advances in Afghanistan, and what U.S. intelligence can do once the U.S. military leaves the country....

 2021-07-22 19:12 

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GOP-Controlled State Legislatures Are Taking A Sharp Right Turn, Journalist Says...

Atlantic writer Ron Brownstein says Republican-led states are passing voting rights restrictions and other conservative bills as a backlash against Democratic control of Congress and the White House....

 2021-07-22 10:01 

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The IRS Won't Be Calling, Emailing Or Texting. Don't Fall For Child Tax Credit Scams...

It's been just days since the IRS began sending out child tax credit payments — meaning tens of millions of families have started to receive up to $300 per child — and already the agency is warning American families about scammers trying t...

 2021-07-21 18:04 

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Pelosi Rejects 2 GOP Nominees For The Jan. 6 Panel, Citing The Integrity Of The Probe...

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has vetoed two Republican nominees to the panel set to investigate the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. Citing "statements and actions" made by the pair — Reps. Jim Banks of Indiana and Jim Jorda...

 2021-07-21 09:01 

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Bipartisan Infrastructure Package Faces 1st Test Vote In Senate...

Senate Democrats are pressing ahead with a procedural vote Wednesday on a bill that would act as the vehicle for President Biden's infrastructure package, a move Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says is an "honest attempt to get something done...

 2021-07-20 22:10 

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COVID Warnings From Washington Rise With The Uptick In Cases Around The Country...

Rep. Steve Scalise, the No. 2 Republican in the House, got vaccinated against COVID-19 on Sunday after months of waiting, citing the rise of the delta variant and increasing cases and hospitalizations, primarily among people who are unvaccinated. His deci...

 2021-07-19 21:52 

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Justice Department Blasts Purdue Pharma's Bankruptcy Plan...

The U.S. Justice Department is condemning a proposed bankruptcy settlement for Purdue Pharma, the maker of Oxcontin. In court filings Monday, two divisions of the DOJ described the plan as fatally flawed. The DOJ's U.S. Trustee program, which serves a...

 2021-07-16 18:24 

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photojournalist Danish Siddiqui Is Killed In Afghanistan...

Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer Danish Siddiqui, who worked for the Reuters news agency based out of India, was killed Friday while on assignment in southern Afghanistan after coming under fire by Taliban militiamen. Siddiqui, who was 38 years old, ha...

 2021-07-16 18:15 

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High-Profile COVID-19 Cases Are Disrupting Olympic Rosters And MLB Games...

With Euro 2020 and the Stanley Cup in the books, the NBA Finals nearing an end, baseball past the All-Star break, and the Olympics a week away — sports are running full steam ahead, even as cases of COVID-19 tick up across the U.S. Many stadiums and...

 2021-07-16 11:27 

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How The U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan Affects Pakistan...

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 2021-07-15 18:53 

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The U.S. Climate Envoy Went To Moscow And Talked About More Than Climate...

MOSCOW—John Kerry, the U.S. special presidential envoy for climate, quietly traveled to Moscow this week, becoming the highest-ranking White House official to visit Russia since President Biden took office. Kerry told NPR that his three days of talk...

 2021-07-15 11:22 

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The FBI Warned An Iranian American Woman That She Might Be Kidnapped...

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 2021-07-15 09:13 

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News Brief: Budget Proposal, FBI's Nassar Probe Criticized, Europe's Climate Plan...

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 2021-07-14 12:42 

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Himes Believes Kabul Will Fall Without U.S. Military Support. He Still Supports Withdrawal....

U.S. Representative Jim Himes of Connecticut said Congress wants to make sure that translators and other Afghans who worked closely with the U.S. military can get out of Afghanistan. American troops are expected to come home by the end of August....

 2021-07-14 12:42 

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Himes Believes Kabul May Fall Without U.S. Military Support. He Still Supports Withdrawal....

U.S. Representative Jim Himes of Connecticut said Congress wants to make sure that translators and other Afghans who worked closely with the U.S. military can get out of Afghanistan. American troops are expected to come home by the end of August....

 2021-07-14 09:06 

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As Allied Forces Leave Afghanistan, The Taliban Keeps Up Its Surge...

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 2021-07-13 18:57 

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Vice President Harris Hints That She Has Discussed Filibuster Changes With Senators...

With voting rights legislation stalled in the Senate because of Republican opposition, Vice President Harris suggested that she has talked to senators about exceptions to the legislative filibuster but said she will not be publicly negotiating an issue th...

 2021-07-13 09:20 

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More Than 60 People Are Dead After A Hospital Fire In A Southern Iraqi City...

BEIRUT, Lebanon — A fire that broke out in the coronavirus ward of a hospital in southern Iraq has killed at least 64 people and injured dozens more, according to health officials on Tuesday. Flames swept through outbuildings of the al-Hussein Teach...

 2021-07-12 16:42 

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Prince William And Boris Johnson Denounce The Racist Abuse Of England's Soccer Team...

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Prince William are denouncing the racist harassment of Black players for England's national soccer team following the team's loss Sunday in the Euro 2020 championship. The country's highest-profile socc...

 2021-07-12 11:31 

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As U.S. Troops Withdraw, A Map Shows The Taliban Control Much Of Afghanistan...

NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to journalist Bilal Sarwary, who's based in the Afghan capital Kabul, about the unstable security situation in Afghanistan as U.S. troops leave the country....

 2021-07-09 09:00 

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President Biden Defends Decision To Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan...

NPR talks to Veteran diplomat Aaron David Miller about Biden's decision, even as a newly-emboldened Taliban continues to gain territory and Afghanistan's military shows further signs of disarray....

 2021-07-06 22:12 

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Afghan And American Officials Dispute The Details Of The U.S. Pullout From Bagram...

Updated July 6, 2021 at 5:35 PM ET Five days after the final U.S. troops left Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan, the Pentagon is defending itself from criticism by Afghan military officials who have accused the U.S. of secretly slipping out overnight, shutti...

 2021-07-06 06:50 

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Wreckage Found In Russia After Plane Went Missing...

Updated July 6, 2021 at 6:29 AM ET MOSCOW — Russia's state aviation agency said that wreckage from of a plane that went missing Tuesday in the Far East region of Kamchatka has been found around five kilometers (three miles) away from a runway in...

 2021-07-05 09:02 

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News Brief: Florida Condo Demolition, Taliban Gain Ground, Camp For Billionaires...

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 2021-07-05 09:02 

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As U.S. Forces Leave Afghanistan, The Country's Future Hangs In The Balance...

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 2021-07-04 11:00 

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A Navy Corpsman Receives A Purple Heart. He Didn't Think He Deserved It...

More than 11 years after a bullet grazed by his head in Afghanistan, destroying his eardrum and singing the side of his face, Joe Hardebeck has been awarded the Purple Heart. But for a long time, the 33-year-old senior Navy corpsman's pride stood in t...

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