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Up to 50% of Europeans died from the plague. Now a new study shows that those who lived had a protective gene mutation they passed on to bolster immunity — but it comes at a cost.(Image credit: Matt...
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Las leyes que restringen el aborto están afectando la vida de las personas en formas grandes y pequeñas. Si han tenido un impacto en su vida o en la vida de su familia, NPR quiere oir de usted.(Image...
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Christian Secor, a former UCLA student and follower of the far-right racist livestreamer Nick Fuentes, was sentenced on Wednesday for obstructing congress during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.(Image credit...
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Podokesaurus holyokensis, which lived millions of years ago in what is now Massachusetts, has been named the state's official dinosaur under legislation signed into law by Gov. Charlie Baker...
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The causeway linking the island to the Florida mainland reopened with temporary repairs just three weeks after it was washed out by the hurricane. The reopening will help recovery work on the island...
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The voluntary recall is for Nestlé Toll House Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough with Fudge Filling products manufactured between June and September. Some consumers found plastic pieces in them.(...
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Journalist Robert Draper says the GOP's embrace of extremism opened the door to fringe actors, who've become among the party's most influential leaders. His new book is Weapons of Mass Delusion...
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After being called out for flashing an honorary police badge at a debate, Herschel Walker's campaign is embracing the moment with plans to distribute 1,000 fake badges as a fundraising prop tomorrow...
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Hurricane Ian caused storm surges of up to 12 feet, leaving behind warm, brackish floodwaters where Vibrio vulnificus thrives. (Image credit: Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images)
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The likelihood that Republicans may win the House has triggered concerns in Ukraine. Last month, most House Republicans voted against a funding package that included billions earmarked for Ukraine.(...
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