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The families of Americans who are wrongfully detained are very much done being quiet

There's a smile that comes to Alexandra Forseth's face when you ask her about her dad, Alirio Jose Zambrano. It will soon be five years since they last saw one another, but when she talks about him, it's the little things she brings up — like the furniture from Ikea. "Anyone [who] knows my dad, it's like you can't find anyone more... go to Article >

Faces of NPR *Latin Heritage Month*: Jasmine Garsd

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Faces Of NPR showcases the people behind NPR--from the voices you hear every day on the radio to the ones who work outside of the recording studio. You'll find out about what they do and what they're inspired by on the daily. This month, we... read more

Outside the funeral, a community united in awe of the queen

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LONDON — Queen Elizabeth's funeral was by all accounts a somber and stately affair. But to many in the crowd outside Westminster Abbey, it was made joyous by the company of others and a sense that they had done all they could to thank the late... read more

American theater is changing — here's why

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Say "theater" and many people think "Broadway." The musical 1776, perhaps, in a freshly revolutionary, re-gendered mounting by Tony winner Diane Paulis and Emmy-nominated Jeffrey L. Page. Or Hamilton, Rent, A Chorus Line. Or maybe they think of... read more

American families may have to spend an additional $11,500 just to get by this year due to inflation

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Recent estimates, both from members of the U.S. Congressional Joint Economic Committee and from NerdWallet, indicated that the average American household may have to spend $11,500 just to maintain the same standard of living as in previous... read more

Why your bad boss will probably lose the remote-work wars

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My good friend has a bad boss (for obvious reasons, my friend asked me to keep both of them anonymous). His boss is an older Gen Xer who had an illustrious career in the nonprofit world and climbed the ranks to a managerial position. He's... read more

In the line to see Queen Elizabeth II, mourners make history and friends

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LONDON — Hundreds of thousands of mourners from across and beyond the United Kingdom are waiting more than 10 hours on foot for just a few precious seconds with the late Queen Elizabeth II — the only monarch most have ever known, and the last... read more

A former Minneapolis officer is sentenced to 3 years for aiding George Floyd's death

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Updated September 21, 2022 at 11:14 AM ET MINNEAPOLIS — A former Minneapolis police officer who pleaded guilty to a state charge of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd was sentenced Wednesday to three... read more

Three months after the tragedy in Uvalde, this is how these families are coping

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Alexandria "Lexi" Aniyah Rubio was looking forward to playing volleyball when she got to junior high. She dreamed of going to law school one day, and she loved astrology, butterflies, and the color yellow. These elements of Lexi's personality now... read more

The Man From Everywhere

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Charley Crockett knows his story seems far-fetched. "People always tell me, 'Man, you didn't ride trains — that's not possible, no one does that anymore,'" he says, sitting at his tour bus's small table. Crockett is clearly frustrated – the fact... read more

Here's why the risk of a nuclear accident in Ukraine has 'significantly increased'

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The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency is warning that the risk of a nuclear accident at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant has "significantly increased," following ongoing fighting around the site. "Let me be clear, the shelling... read more