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On Tuesday, President Biden announced a plan to boost the COVID-19 vaccine supply by 20% over the next three weeks and by hundreds of millions of doses by summer.Av NPR
This week on Discover Nature , Missouri’s most common squirrel species begin bearing litters. Eastern gray squirrels are slender and wear a usually gray coat with white on the fringe of the tail and belly. Eastern fox squirrels are usually reddish-yellow in color, heavy-bodied and larger than the gray squirrel. These squirrels begin mating in late …
Removing disinformation — and users who spread it — can come at a cost for web hosts and social media platforms. But studies indicate "deplatforming" does stem the flow of disinformation. Kate Starbird with the University of Washington explains why it's easier to see the effects of deplatforming in the short-term. And NPR's Shannon Bond looks at ho…
President Biden signed new executive actions today attempting to address racial inequity. For activists, these initiatives feel like they are lacking and do not tackle critical concerns like policing. The administration says this is just the beginning. This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe, and nat…
"I'm scared," she says. "I don't like needles." Dena Lemon holds her mother's hand, takes a deep breath, and closes her eyes as a medical assistant quickly and efficiently administers the COVID-19 vaccine. "OK, it's all over. Did you feel it?" Marlena McCloud asks, receiving an emphatic "No" from Lemon.…
“Burnout” is a feeling many Idahoans can relate to these days. From the political upheaval in the country, and the anxiety that comes with trying to get through the COVID-19 pandemic to the economic instability in the face of those two crises, there’s a lot to feel exhausted by.Av Frankie Barnhill
Split Ticket is a year-long series with four Pennsylvania voters discussing topics that are important to them, including the media, health care, coronavirus, race and police, climate change, and the outcome of the election.Av WESA Awards
Regional headlines from the KBIA Newsroom, including: Missouri Last Among States For First COVID Shots Missouri Bill Would Allow Deadly Force Against Demonstrators Ameren, Other Utilities Aren't Living Up to Climate Promises, Sierra Club Report Finds Springfield Police Begin Using Body Cameras This Week…
WGLT's The Leadoff is everything you need to know to start your day for Tuesday Jan. 26, 2021. Hear about a local school district's look forward for Phase 4 and get the latest on racial healing efforts in McLean County.Av Samantha Hill
Tens of thousands of farmers rolled into New Delhi on tractors festooned with tricolor flags, overshadowing the traditional military parade that is the centerpiece of Republic Day celebrations.Av NPR
From talking about history to volunteering in your community, here's how to get your kids thinking about what it means to be a good citizen.Av NPR
Moderna is developing a booster shot for its COVID-19 vaccine to ensure that it works against a variant from South Africa. The variant contains mutations that help the virus evade the immune system.Av NPR
Former CEO Michael Pack created such a whirlwind of scandal at the Voice of America's parent agency that it obscured just how much damage he caused. We take a look at the human cost.Av NPR
It was kind of like the fair — only not. On Monday the Benton County Fairgrounds in Kennewick, Wash., were full of port-a-potties, event tents, people in bright vests directing traffic and hundreds of cars. But it’s bitter winter, not summer. There’s no cotton candy. And the smiles of patrons are briefer, with a solemn edge. About 500 people made i…
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
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.…
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
With his trademark suspenders and Brooklyn-accented baritone, King spoke with world leaders, celebrities, authors, scientists, athletes — everyone.Av NPR