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Judges Uphold The Death Sentence For Dylann Roof Who Killed 9 Black Churchgoers
08/25/2021 8:52 PM
The appeals court rejected arguments that the young white man should have been ruled incompetent to stand trial in the shootings at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston.
A Navajo Translator In Hospitals During COVID Is Now Pursuing Her Nursing Dreams
08/25/2021 8:35 PM
At the beginning of the pandemic, Marquerita Donald was working as a Navajo translator in hospitals. She eventually contracted COVID-19. Now, after recovery, she's in nursing school.
OnlyFans Switches Its Stance On Sexually Explicit Content
08/25/2021 8:25 PM
The subscription site OnlyFans has reversed course. It says it will continue to allow sexually explicit content just days after announcing a ban on such material.
NATO Secretary General Sees Risk In Staying In Afghanistan Past Deadline
08/25/2021 8:25 PM
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Jens Stoltenberg, the secretary general of NATO, about the ongoing effort to evacuate U.S. and NATO allies from Afghanistan.
Afghan Allies Are Worried About Being Left Behind As Americans Evacuate
08/25/2021 8:16 PM
President Biden has specifically said he expects all American citizens can be evacuated by next week. He was less emphatic about getting out all the other people that America has pledged to help
The State Of The Evacuation Effort From Afghanistan
08/25/2021 8:16 PM
Secretary of State Antony Blinken offers an update on a massive evacuation effort from Afghanistan. Lawmakers and European allies fear many will be left behind if Biden keeps an "arbitrary deadline."
The Supreme Court Reinstated Trump's 'Remain In Mexico' Policy For Asylum-Seekers
08/25/2021 8:16 PM
The U.S. Supreme Court has let stand a ruling to continue the Trump administration's "Remain in Mexico" policy, which forces people to wait in Mexico while seeking asylum in the U.S.
Behind The Newly-Announced Athletic Conference Alliance
08/25/2021 8:16 PM
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Nicole Auerbach, senior writer for The Athletic, about the merger created between three conferences in college football to keep up with the SEC.
At A D.C. Restaurant, One Generation Of Afghan Refugees Helps The Next
08/25/2021 8:16 PM
The Afghan restaurant Lapis in Washington D.C., owned by a family of Afghan immigrants who fled in the 1980s, has been accepting donations to help Afghan refugees who are expected in the area.
She Joined The School Board To Serve Her Community. Now She's Getting Threats
08/25/2021 8:16 PM
School boards and superintendents are facing backlash over mask and vaccination policies. What were once non-partisan public service jobs have now become more political ?- and dangerous.
A Wildfire Is Heading For Lake Tahoe, Sending Ash Raining Down On Tourists
08/25/2021 5:37 PM
A California fire that gutted hundreds of homes is advancing toward Lake Tahoe as thousands of firefighters try to box in the flames and tourists are enveloped in a thick yellow haze.
Trooper Hits Black Motorist 18 Times With A Flashlight, Calling It 'Pain Compliance'
08/25/2021 4:26 PM
The beating following a traffic stop that left Aaron Larry Bowman with a broken jaw, three broken ribs and other injuries. Graphic body camera video was kept secret for more than two years.
He Hiked 2,100 Miles In 209 Days To Complete The Appalachian Trail. He's Only 5
08/25/2021 4:10 PM
At 5 years old, Harvey Sutton ? also known on the trail as "Little Man" ? is one of the youngest people known to have completed the roughly 2,100-mile hike.
New York Gov. Hochul Presents A Plan To Combat The Coronavirus Pandemic
08/25/2021 12:20 PM
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Kathy Hochul, the newly sworn in governor of New York, about the challenges ahead for the state, and what it means to be the state's first female governor.
J&J Says A Booster Shot For Its Vaccine After 6 Months May Have Big Benefits
08/25/2021 11:36 AM
Johnson & Johnson said that when it gave study participants a second jab after six months, their antibody levels were nine times higher than they were 28 days after a first dose of the COVID vaccine.





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