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FDA Analysis Of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Finds It Safe, Effective
02/24/2021 1:17 PM
The Food and Drug Administration released an analysis of Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday morning that appears to support its authorization for emergency use.
For Black Families, Evictions Are Still At A Crisis Point ? Despite Moratorium
02/24/2021 12:21 PM
"Black individuals make up about 21% of all renters, but they make up 35% of all defendants on eviction cases," says Peter Hepburn, a researcher for Princeton University's Eviction Lab.
From Cleveland To Boston, Newsrooms Revisit Old Stories To Offer A 'Fresh Start'
02/23/2021 9:45 PM
The Boston Globe has begun letting people ask to revisit or remove past coverage of their actions that has since damaged their reputations. Here's how a similar effort has played out in Cleveland.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell Warns Of Long Road Ahead To Recover Millions Of Lost Jobs
02/23/2021 6:35 PM
Powell warned it will take time to put millions of jobless Americans back to work, while also downplaying inflation threats.
Who Wins Or Loses If There's An Increase In The Federal Minimum Wage?
02/23/2021 10:03 AM
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, about Democrats' aim to pass a COVID-19 relief package with a hike in the federal minimum wage.
Boeing 777's Engine Explosion Is The 3rd Such Incident Since 2018
02/23/2021 10:03 AM
Investigators looking into Saturday's engine explosion of a United Airlines Boeing 777 say several fan blades separated from the engine. But it is too soon to say why it happened.
The Extraordinary Steps Museums Are Taking To Survive The Pandemic
02/22/2021 10:06 AM
New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art is considering selling some art to help pay the bills. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Director Max Hollein about the financial duress the museum is experiencing.
After Days Of Mass Outages, Some Texas Residents Now Face Huge Electricity Bills
02/21/2021 5:01 PM
Texas allows companies to sell electricity at wholesale prices. When the price of electricity skyrocketed last week, that meant exorbitant bills for many residents who had been trying to save money.
Newsrooms Revisit Past Coverage As Editors Offer A Fresh Start
02/21/2021 1:00 PM
The Boston Globe will give people a chance to ask to revisit or remove past coverage of their actions that has since damaged their reputations. We look at how a similar effort played out in Cleveland.
DC's Iconic Howard Deli Closes Due To COVID-19
02/21/2021 1:00 PM
Since 1924, Howard Deli fed college students, staff, and DC residents who lived near the Howard University campus. The pandemic, and the health of one of its owners, has lead to its permanent closing.
Wisconsin Biologist Charged In Caviar Scam
02/20/2021 12:59 PM
The top sturgeon biologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and several others have been charged with crimes related to an illegal sturgeon caviar bartering ring.
Facebook Blocks News Content From Australia
02/20/2021 12:59 PM
Facebook is blocking news in and from Australia because of proposed legislation there. Google is striking deals with Australian media. What could these developments mean for what we see online?
FACT CHECK: Biden's Comments On Loan Forgiveness And Elite Colleges
02/20/2021 11:00 AM
The president said he doesn't want to forgive the loans of people who went to "Harvard and Yale and Penn." The real picture of student debt in the U.S. is much more complicated.
A Bicycle. A Trip. Or Just Pants: The Things We Buy When Pining For Normal Times
02/20/2021 10:00 AM
Even the most mundane purchases are becoming objects of hope as we crave the routines and experiences of daily life in this period of isolation.
Behind The Pandemic Purchases We Won't Use Until Later
02/19/2021 9:04 PM
What's the point of buying something now that you can't even use during the pandemic? Social scientists say there is value in anticipation ? in giving yourself a concrete way to look forward.

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