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It’s the latest threat to an industry that’s been whipsawed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Bill Chappell/NPR
“I just hope one day I can wake up and not have to live with it every day.”
By Michael Kunzelman/The Associated Press
The ruling from a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit amounts to an overwhelming victory for the Justice Department.
The committee had asked to interview Thomas about her communications with lawyer John Eastman, who was part of a campaign pushing then-Vice President Mike Pence to reject the 2020 election results.
By Claudia Grisales and Deidre Walsh/NPR
The plan would make it more difficult for members of Congress to muck up the certification process with objections that aren’t based on legitimate concerns.
By Miles Parks/NPR
Home prices in August were down about 6% from their peak in June
By Chris Arnold/ NPR
After 99 consecutive days of declining gasoline prices, the cost for a gallon has edged a penny higher.
By David Koenig and Michelle Champman/The Associated Press
A Pennsylvania postal service employee also took legal action, and alleged that he was falsely accused of manipulating vote-by-mail ballots in the 2020 election.
By Tom Dreisbach/NPR
Many children who are regularly exposed to community gun violence, can struggle with feelings of hopelessness and anxiety. They can also have difficulty regulating their emotions – all symptoms of post-traumatic stress
By Noelle C. Evans/NPR
In the wake of Fiona, which made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane on Sunday, hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans were again without electricity.
By Scott Neuman/NPR
“I just always looked up to her … and now I look up to her even more.”
By Rachel Treisman/NPR