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When Simone Biles withdrew during the women's gymnastics team final following her vault on Sunday, she said she wasn't physically injured but suffered from a phenomenon called "the twisties."Av NPR
A bipartisan infrastructure deal clears its first hurdle. Biden is expected to announce that civilian federal employees must be vaccinated against COVID-19. Global warming drives extreme weather.Av NPR
Weather-wise, it's been a disastrous summer. Scientists say climate change is driving deadly weather disasters around the world, as hotter temperatures produce deeper droughts and heavier rains.Av NPR
Employers are making vaccinations mandatory for workers in various sectors, and the head of the country's first hospital to mandate them says 99% of employees rolled up their sleeves.Av NPR
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State and federal regulators have launched numbers probes of the popular stock trading app, just as it hopes institutional investors and its own users will buy up its stock.Av NPR
A small Israeli study of vaccinated health care workers found that a handful who got infected developed headaches, muscle pain, fatigue and other symptoms of long COVID that lasted for weeks.Av NPR
Four police officers offered harrowing testimony of their experiences protecting the U.S. Capitol on January 6th during the first hearing for a new Democrat-led House Select Committee investigating the attacks. The committee was proposed as a bi-partisan effort by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi but after she rejected two nominees from Minority Leader K…
The White House says it is "following the science" on masks after the CDC issued new guidance, but some experts say they're falling short on the social science: how to convince the remaining 40 percent of American adults to get vaccinated. Alabama has the lowest vaccination rate in the nation and residents there aren't likely to listen to President…
Sen. Warner of Virginia discusses the deal on an infrastructure package that a bipartisan group of senators has reached after weeks of negotiations.Av NPR
With transmission of COVID-19's delta variant increasing in the Tri-State, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is recommending "that all children returning to in-person school wear masks, regardless of vaccination status."Av Ann Thompson
American swimmer Katie Ledecky's legend could grow by a mile on Wednesday. She's scheduled to race in two finals, less than 90 minutes apart, with a total distance of more than a mile.Av NPR
Pedro Castillo is a former teacher and son of farmers, who narrowly beat his right-wing rival. His election, some say, may herald change across the region.Av NPR
The first monthly enhanced child tax credit payment has landed, but some families are now opting out. Here's how to decide whether it makes sense for you.Av NPR
Master Sgt. Alvy Powell Jr. sang opera at some of country's most decorated institutions during his 26 years in the U.S. Army Chorus. At StoryCorps, he told his sister that she's his inspiration.Av NPR