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Mississippi River Traffic Reopened Under Damaged Bridge
05/14/2021 5:00 PM
More than 45 tug boats hauling about 700 barges had been idled along the river south and north of the bridge near Memphis, Tenn., waiting for clearance.
House Lawmakers Reach Bipartisan Deal On Panel To Investigate Jan. 6 Attack
05/14/2021 2:15 PM
The panel would comprise 10 members, evenly split between Democratic and Republican appointees. It would have subpoena power and be required to issue a final report by Dec. 31.
Mask Or No Mask? That Depends Where You Live
05/14/2021 12:16 PM
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says vaccinated people still must follow existing state, local or tribal laws on masks and social distancing.
'Underground Railroad' Is A Hard But Beautiful Reflection On Black Pain
05/14/2021 10:51 AM
Barry Jenkins' adaptation of Colson Whitehead's The Underground Railroad reaches us at a time when we are most prepared for its message, but severely challenged by its delivery system.
It Wasn't Friendship At First Sight. 35 Years On, They Found A 'Forever Love'
05/14/2021 9:08 AM
Young and on her own in New York, a bright-eyed Julaina Glass arrived in Beau McCall's Harlem apartment building. Though it took time, Glass endeared herself to McCall. "You're a part of me," he said.
Health Official Resigns Over Mishandling Of MOVE Bombing Remains
05/14/2021 9:08 AM
Thursday marked 36 years since the MOVE bombing in Philadelphia ? 11 people were killed including five children. On the anniversary, the city's mayor revealed what happened to some victim remains.
Minn. Mayor Wants Unarmed Civilians, Not Police, To Enforce Traffic Laws
05/14/2021 9:08 AM
City leaders in Brooklyn Center, Minn., where a month ago a white officer shot and killed Black motorist Daunte Wright, could vote soon on police reform proposals, including changes to traffic stops.
Shopping Without A Mask Depends On Where You Live, Despite New CDC Guidelines
05/14/2021 1:22 AM
CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said," We have all longed for this moment when we can get back to some kind of normalcy." But local authorities are making their own decisions on relaxing the rules.
Here's What Is (And Isn't) Changed By The New CDC Mask Guidance
05/13/2021 11:37 PM
Some parts of public life in the U.S. still operate according to restrictive rules, and that includes planes, trains and buses.
Far Fewer Young Migrants Are In Border Patrol Custody, DHS Secretary Says
05/13/2021 9:59 PM
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told lawmakers that unaccompanied minors are moving more quickly out of custody and into facilities run by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Hours Before Nursing Home Workers Strike, Governor Says Basic Agreement Has Been Met
05/13/2021 8:26 PM
Nearly 3,000 nursing home workers in Connecticut threatened to strike, demanding better pay, benefits and staffing. Hours before they were to walk off the job, the governor announced they had a deal.
A 'Shot' At $1 Million? Local Governments Offering Incentives For Vaccines
05/13/2021 8:26 PM
Free hunting license in Maine, free beer in New Jersey and a chance to win $1 million in Ohio. Across the country, cities and state are offering incentives to get people vaccinated against COVID-19.
Biden Adviser On Cyber Threats And The New Executive Order To Combat Them
05/13/2021 8:26 PM
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Anne Neuberger, deputy national security adviser focused on cybersecurity, about the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack and a new executive order on cyberdefenses.
2 Weeks After Your Last Vaccine Dose, You Can Shed Your Mask
05/13/2021 8:12 PM
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky about the new guidance that fully vaccinated people don't need masks indoors and how the Pfizer vaccine is now available to kids 12-15.
'Theft At A Scale That Is Unprecedented': Behind The Underfunding Of HBCUs
05/13/2021 8:12 PM
Tennessee could owe a historically Black university over $500 million. Andre Perry, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, believes the problem cuts much deeper: "We're throttling the economy."





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