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As Megan Rapinoe Promotes CBD Use, Sha'Carri Richardson Sits Out The Olympics
07/28/2021 3:44 PM
Critics are outraged, saying the anti-doping agency for the games is turning a blind eye for the white athlete on the heels of suspending the Black sprinter earlier this month.
Democratic Donor Ed Buck Is Convicted In Deaths Of 2 Men He Offered Drugs For Sex
07/28/2021 3:06 PM
A jury convicted the wealthy Californian on charges he injected gay men with methamphetamine in exchange for sex, leading to two deaths and other overdoses. He faces a potential life sentence.
Read What Simone Biles Said After Her Withdrawal From The Olympic Final
07/28/2021 2:36 PM
Simone Biles' decision to exit the women's team final has prompted comments from around the world. Here's the transcript of what the gymnast said about her exit.
The DOJ Won't Defend Rep. Mo Brooks In Court Against Claims He Incited The Jan. 6 Riot
07/28/2021 1:25 PM
A civil lawsuit accuses Brooks, an Alabama Republican, of helping incite a pro-Trump mob into storming the Capitol on Jan. 6. Named alongside Brooks in the suit are former President Trump and others.
Masks Will Return To The U.S. House And White House After The CDC Changes Guidance
07/28/2021 9:15 AM
Congress's attending physician announced vaccinated and unvaccinated House members will again have to mask up while in the U.S. Capitol or risk a fine.
Pandemic Lessons: Urban Planners Are Rethinking Downtown Spaces
07/28/2021 9:12 AM
Some cities are taking the opportunity to re-imagine their downtown areas. Now a big influx of federal funding could help set those plans into action.
Policing In Minneapolis May Look Different After A Ballot Vote In November
07/28/2021 9:00 AM
After the murder of George Floyd, Minneapolis leaders pledged to dismantle the city's police department. Residents disagree on what that should look like.
Men Who Have Been Sexually Abused Have Trouble Getting Treatment
07/28/2021 9:00 AM
One man's struggle to get treatment for the abuse he suffered as a child serves as a lesson for others.
Katie Ledecky Wins Her 1st Gold In Tokyo And Reflects On The Pressure Athletes Face
07/28/2021 3:18 AM
The top star of U.S. swimming hadn't had the start to the Games that she wanted. "I don't want anyone to feel sorry for me, or feel like silver or any other medal besides gold is a disappointment."
Openly LGBTQ Olympians Would Rank 14th In Medal Wins If They Were A Country
07/27/2021 11:10 PM
Ten years ago there were only about two dozen openly LGBTQ Olympians competing in the games. Today, there are more than 160.
Kansas City Chiefs Removed Their Offensive Mascot, But Have No Plans To Change Name
07/27/2021 8:44 PM
Kansas City's pro football team has retired a longtime on-field personality, Warpaint the horse, over concerns about the use of Native American imagery. Groups insist the Chiefs' name be changed.
Olympic Pressure And How Black Athletes Balance Being Applauded Yet Feared
07/27/2021 8:44 PM
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with sociologist Harry Edwards about the pressure Black Olympians face and how it intersects with white supremacy that has been historically perpetuated in the games.
More Children Are Dying By Suicide Recently, Study Shows
07/27/2021 8:44 PM
A new study shows an increase in suicidality among children as young as five and investigates the shared characteristics among kids who die by suicide. Researchers hope to improve prevention efforts.
Alabama's Vaccination Rate Is The Lowest In The U.S. And COVID-19 Infections Are Up
07/27/2021 8:44 PM
Public health officials are sounding the alarm in Alabama, the state with the lowest COVID-19 vaccination rate in the country. New infections are spiking, yet fewer people are seeking shots.
2 Colorado Police Officers Are Investigated After A Violent Arrest
07/27/2021 8:32 PM
An Aurora officer was arrested on felony charges after a video showed him using his pistol to beat a man he was trying to arrest. A second was arrested for allegedly failing to stop her colleague.





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