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Staff members at Cincinnati Public Schools will begin receiving vaccinations on Thursday.Av Cory Sharber
Pandemic-caused delays in the census will also push back the dates for legislative redistricting. State Senator Jason Barickman also talks about the state budget deficit. Central Illinois musician Cindy Youngren didn't start out to make a flamenco album, but then an improv session grew into Tambora. Unit 5 School District Superintendent Kristen Wei…
South Dakota has administered roughly 80,000 of the 106,000 doses it has received so far, or 75%. Dr. Shankar Kurra in Rapid City says a centralized system helped for coordination.Av NPR
Adam Jentleson knows firsthand how powerful a tool the filibuster can be — and what's possible without it. He was deputy chief of staff to former Nevada Sen. Harry Reid, who was majority leader in 2013 when Democrats exercised "the nuclear option," eliminating the filibuster for presidential appointees. Now, Jentleson and a growing number of Democr…
In 1957, residents of the southwestern town, Protection, set an example by being the first in the U.S. to be fully inoculated against polio. Now locals are divided on the safety of COVID-19 vaccines.Av KCUR 89.3
Today the House will formally deliver an article of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate, and the upper chamber has already begun to work out the parameters for the coming trial. Even though it may be for different reasons, Republicans and Democrats both want it to happen as fast as possible. Plus, President Biden continues sign…
The Mountain West News Bureau is reporting on a sobering fact: our region has the highest rate of fatal encounters with police in the U.S. Today, Idaho Matters shared two of the stories filed in this new five-part series on this issue, called "Elevated Risk."Av Frankie Barnhill
In 1969, graduate student Barbara Papish hands out an underground newspaper on the University of Missouri Columbia campus. The Free Press Underground issue features a cartoon on the cover depicting police officers raping the Statue of Liberty and Lady Justice. The words “With Liberty and Justice For All” encircle the image.…
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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to NPR's Kelsey Snell and Independent Sen. Angus King of Maine about the Senate impeachment trial, and the other business the Senate is juggling.Av NPR
Over the course of the pandemic, 27 states have granted legal immunity to nursing homes. Some advocates worry this temporary reprieve is being used to hide misconduct not related to the coronavirus.Av NPR
Demonstrators in Russia braved extreme cold, police brutality and mass arrests, calling for the release of the opposition leader, who was detained last week shortly after returning to the country.Av NPR
Breathing is essential to life. And lately, the safety of the air we inhale, or the need to pause and take a deep breath, is on our minds a lot. In this episode of NPR's TED Radio Hour, we explore the power of breath. Guests include former world champion freediver Tanya Streeter, journalist Beth Gardiner, activist Yvette Arellano, paleontologist Em…
The U.S. is rejoining the world's largest effort to address climate change: the 2015 Paris climate agreement. Climate change is one of the Biden administration's top priorities.Av NPR
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President Biden has promised that 100 million doses of vaccines will be administered in his first 100 days — but some public health experts think the country can do much better. Gang of Eight, Gang of Six, Grand Compromise... the storerooms of Congress are littered with tried-and-failed drafts of comprehensive immigration reform proposals from the …