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From The Grassroots To The Top Of The Ticket, Election Denial Looms Large in GOP
Republicans in many states have nominated election deniers to oversee voting. And a lawyer who worked on Trump's effort to overturn the election is now recruiting poll watchers.
How The U.S. Gave Away Cutting-Edge Technology To China
Researchers at an American national laboratory spent years developing cutting-edge vanadium redox flow batteries. But now, a Chinese company is making them.
The Course Of The War In Ukraine Hinges On The Fight For Kherson
All eyes are on the city of Kherson. We bring you a firsthand look at life for the Ukrainian troops trying to retake it, and the story of a college student desperate to escape.
Palestinian pop singer Bashar Murad struggles for freedom and equality on two fronts
Pop singer Bashar Murad is challenging both the external conflict Palestinians face with Israel and the internal conflicts imposed by a conservative society.
As U.S. Declares Monkeypox A Public Health Emergency, What To Know About The Risks
The White House has declared monkeypox a public health emergency. With cases rising in the U.S., here's what you need to know about the virus and how it spreads.
The National Security Advisor's Very Busy Week
Jake Sullivan weighs in on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, the U.S. airstrike that killed al-Qaida leader Ayman al-Zawahiri and Russia's ongoing war in Ukraine.
The episode on the Jan 6th
The woman who was whispering made me uneasy. Like she’s held hostage as she is telling this story… Its very weird how low she’s talking
Police should support gun control
If police are so afraid of being outgunned, then they should support gun control. This episode made me so angry. We support bad police behavior. If 400+ armed officers are afraid to confront one gunman, so much so that they allow children to be murdered, that is a problem. If 4+ armed officers are afraid of one “armed” black man they murder him, that is a problem. Police need to quit viewing themselves as heroes and reconsider their place in society and how they can use their voice to protect the public in changing the laws they are sworn to uphold.
I grew up listing and loving NPR. It’s sad that they’ve given up their integrity and sad to see what they’ve become.