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  • How Some Districts Are Trying To Get Anxious Families Back Into School Buildings
    Parents across the country are weighing whether to send their children to in-person school this fall. Some districts are getting creative in an effort to win them back.(Image credit: Laylah Amatullah Barrayn for NPR)
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    Published on 07-26-21By Sneha Dey
    3 hours ago
  • France Passes Law That Makes A Coronavirus Health Pass Required For Dining And Travel
    The law requires a special pass to enter restaurants, trains, planes and other public venues. To get the pass, people must have proof they are vaccinated, tested negative or recovered from the virus. (Image credit: Rafael Yaghobzadeh/AP)
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    Published on 07-26-21By The Associated Press
    4 hours ago
  • As U.S. Withdraws, Civilian Casualties In Afghanistan Reach A Record High
    The U.N. warns that without a major de-escalation in violence, Afghanistan is on course to have the highest ever number of documented civilian casualties in a single year since record-keeping began.(Image credit: Rahmat Gul/AP)
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    Published on 07-26-21By The Associated Press
    4 hours ago
  • The Flowers For Olympic Medalists Carry Deep Meaning In Japan
    The elements of the bouquet carry a deeper story, and they are years in the making. They're meant to symbolize the country rising from the devastating earthquake and tsunami in 2011.(Image credit: Hassan Ammar/AP)
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    Published on 07-26-21By Merrit Kennedy
    5 hours ago
  • LeVar Burton Is A Favorite For 'Jeopardy!' Host, But You Don't Have To Take Our Word For It
    Credited by a generation of book nerds for shaping their identities on Reading Rainbow, LeVar Burton guest hosts Jeopardy! this week after a campaign hyped by his large and enthusiastic fandom.(Image credit: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
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    Published on 07-26-21By Neda Ulaby
    6 hours ago
  • How A U.S. Olympic Pair Keeps Going After One Tests Positive For Coronavirus In Tokyo
    When a U.S. beach volleyball player tested positive for coronavirus, his teammate needed to find another partner before their first Olympic match. It was devastating but they're continuing to fight.(Image credit: David Goldman/AP)
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    Published on 07-26-21By Merrit Kennedy
    6 hours ago
  • They Were Laughed At For Their #FreeBritney Activism. Not Anymore
    The #FreeBritney movement has spent years trying to draw attention to Britney Spears' fight against her conservatorship. Now, it's beginning to have a serious impact on guardianship law. (Image credit: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)
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    Published on 07-26-21By Andrew Limbong
    7 hours ago
  • Climate Scientists Meet As Floods, Fires, Droughts And Heat Waves Batter Countries
    Hundreds of scientists are meeting to finalize a landmark climate report. It's meant to guide the next decade of international climate policy, but it's unclear if politicians will act on it. (Image credit: Ivan Nikiforov/AP)
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    Published on 07-26-21By Rebecca Hersher
    7 hours ago
  • Doctors Worry That Memory Problems After COVID-19 May Set Stage For Alzheimer's
    Some patient's who've had COVID-19 develop symptoms resembling early Alzheimer's. Researchers are trying to figure out whether these people are more likely to develop the disease itself.(Image credit: Go Nakamura/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
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    Published on 07-26-21By Jon Hamilton
    7 hours ago
  • Pressure Is Building On Biden To Do More For Asylum-Seekers And Migrants
    President Biden will give remarks Monday to the nation's largest Latino civil rights group. He's under pressure to make good on his promises to fix the immigration system.(Image credit: Susan Walsh/AP)
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    Published on 07-26-21By Franco Ordoñez
    7 hours ago