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News Brief: Pandemic Deaths, Remote Learning, Unproven Injection Device

News Brief: Pandemic Deaths, Remote Learning, Unproven Injection Device

News Brief: Pandemic Deaths, Remote Learning, Unproven Injection Device U.S. reaches record deaths from COVID-19. New York City public schools return to online learning. Plus, a small firm is expected to get a government loan to produce an injection device for vaccines.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsU.S. reaches record deaths from COVID-19. New York City public schools return to online learning. Plus, a small firm is expected to get a government loan to produce an injection device for vaccines.NOEL KING, HOST:To get your head around, it's the population of Scottsdale, Ariz....

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News Brief: Voting Irregularities, Esper Fired, Obamacare Court Challenge

News Brief: Voting Irregularities, Esper Fired, Obamacare Court Challenge

News Brief: Voting Irregularities, Esper Fired, Obamacare Court Challenge DOJ authorizes federal prosecutors to probe voting fraud claims. President Trump fires Defense Secretary Esper. And, the Supreme Court on Tuesday hears another challenge to the Affordable Care Act.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsDOJ authorizes federal prosecutors to probe voting fraud claims. President Trump fires Defense Secretary Esper. And, the Supreme Court on Tuesday hears another challenge to the Affordable Care Act.DAVID GREENE, HOST:And I'm going to say this again - whatever President Trump may...

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News Brief: Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases, Ron Klain, Georgia Vote Recount

News Brief: Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases, Ron Klain, Georgia Vote Recount

News Brief: Skyrocketing COVID-19 Cases, Ron Klain, Georgia Vote Recount The number of U.S. coronavirus cases grows at record speed. President-elect Joe Biden chooses his chief of staff Ron Klain. And, every ballot cast in Georgia will be recounted by hand.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe number of U.S. coronavirus cases grows at record speed. President-elect Joe Biden chooses his chief of staff Ron Klain. And, every ballot cast in Georgia will be recounted by hand.NPR thanks our sponsors

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News Brief: President-Elect Biden, COVID-19 Cases' Devastating Trend

News Brief: President-Elect Biden, COVID-19 Cases' Devastating Trend

News Brief: President-Elect Biden, COVID-19 Cases' Devastating Trend Joe Biden and his team begin the presidential transition while President Trump hasn't conceded defeat. The U.S. averages more than 100,000 new cornavirus cases a day — 50% more than in late October.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsJoe Biden and his team begin the presidential transition while President Trump hasn't conceded defeat. The U.S. averages more than 100,000 new cornavirus cases a day — 50% more than in late October.NPR thanks our sponsors

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News Brief: Google Faces Lawsuit, COVID-19 Vaccine, Nigeria Protests

News Brief: Google Faces Lawsuit, COVID-19 Vaccine, Nigeria Protests

News Brief: Google Faces Lawsuit, COVID-19 Vaccine, Nigeria Protests The Justice Department files an antitrust suit against Google. U.K. researchers move ahead with a challenge trial for a COVID-19 vaccine. And, Nigerians protest police brutality and economic hardship.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe Justice Department files an antitrust suit against Google. U.K. researchers move ahead with a challenge trial for a COVID-19 vaccine. And, Nigerians protest police brutality and economic hardship.NOEL KING, HOST:The Department of Justice is suing Google.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:It...

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News Brief: Presidential Campaigns, Pandemic Cases, China's Economy

News Brief: Presidential Campaigns, Pandemic Cases, China's Economy

: President Trump and Joe Biden are on the campaign trail, but taking different approaches. New daily COVID-19 cases are on the rise. And, China says its economy grew 4.9% in the third quarter.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsPresident Trump and Joe Biden are on the campaign trail, but taking different approaches. New daily COVID-19 cases are on the rise. And, China says its economy grew 4.9% in the third quarter.NOEL KING, HOST:This year, remember - it's not Election Day. It's election season.RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:Election season because the pandemic and the availability of...

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News Brief: Coronavirus Relief, Pence-Harris Debate, Voting Legal Challenges

News Brief: Coronavirus Relief, Pence-Harris Debate, Voting Legal Challenges

News Brief: Coronavirus Relief, Pence-Harris Debate, Voting Legal Challenges President Trump stops COVID-19 relief talks until after the election. VP Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris meet Wednesday night on the debate stage. And, the many legal challenges to voting by mail.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsPresident Trump stops COVID-19 relief talks until after the election. VP Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris meet Wednesday night on the debate stage. And, the many legal challenges to voting by mail.NOEL KING, HOST:There was a moment late yesterday afternoon when stock indices...

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News Brief: Trump Optimistic About Diagnosis, Colleges And COVID-19 Testing

News Brief: Trump Optimistic About Diagnosis, Colleges And COVID-19 Testing

News Brief: Trump Optimistic About Diagnosis, Colleges And COVID-19 Testing President Trump returned to the White House Monday and will continue to be treated for COVID-19. Plus, NPR analysis finds many colleges do not regularly test students for the coronavirus.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsPresident Trump returned to the White House Monday and will continue to be treated for COVID-19. Plus, NPR analysis finds many colleges do not regularly test students for the coronavirus.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:A tally by Johns Hopkins University says 210,000 Americans have died of...

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News Brief: Trump's COVID-19 Prognosis, 8 Justices Start High Court's Term

News Brief: Trump's COVID-19 Prognosis, 8 Justices Start High Court's Term

News Brief: Trump's COVID-19 Prognosis, 8 Justices Start High Court's Term President Trump is at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center with COVID-19. He's being treated with a steroid and an experimental drug. Plus, the Supreme Court begins a new term on Monday.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsPresident Trump is at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center with COVID-19. He's being treated with a steroid and an experimental drug. Plus, the Supreme Court begins a new term on Monday.NOEL KING, HOST:President Trump is still hospitalized at Walter Reed National Military...

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For Inmates With COVID-19, Anxiety and Isolation Make Prison 'Like A Torture Chamber'

For Inmates With COVID-19, Anxiety and Isolation Make Prison 'Like A Torture Chamber'

For Inmates With COVID-19, Anxiety and Isolation Make Prison 'Like A Torture Chamber' NPR's Noel King checks in with John J. Lennon, an inmate at Sing Sing Correctional Facility, about the impact COVID-19 has had on prison life six months into the pandemic.Toggle more optionsHeard onEmma TalkoffToggle more optionsBack in early April as the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged New York, would contract the coronavirus. As a prisoner at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in Ossining, N.Y., social distancing was impossible, he says. Making calls on prison phones, Lennon says, meant being "chest to shoulders"...

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News Brief: Kentucky Protests, Coronavirus Cases, Hospital Data Rule

News Brief: Kentucky Protests, Coronavirus Cases, Hospital Data Rule

News Brief: Kentucky Protests, Coronavirus Cases, Hospital Data Rule Two Louisville police are shot after charges in Breonna Taylor case spark protests. Which group is driving COVID-19 infections? And, hospitals failing to report COVID-19 data face a federal crackdown.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsTwo Louisville police are shot after charges in Breonna Taylor case spark protests. Which group is driving COVID-19 infections? And, hospitals failing to report COVID-19 data face a federal crackdown.NOEL KING, HOST:Two police officers were shot last night in Louisville.STEVE...

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News Brief: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies, Pandemic Roundup

News Brief: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies, Pandemic Roundup

News Brief: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies, Pandemic Roundup With six weeks before the election, President Trump and GOP senators seem determined to confirm a Supreme Court Justice before voters cast ballots. And the U.S. COVID-19 death toll nears 200,000.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsWith six weeks before the election, President Trump and GOP senators seem determined to confirm a Supreme Court Justice before voters cast ballots. And the U.S. COVID-19 death toll nears 200,000.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:There was a lot of meaning in the laughter that Senate Leader Mitch McConnell...

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News Brief: Court Vacancy, COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics, U.N. General Assembly

News Brief: Court Vacancy, COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics, U.N. General Assembly

News Brief: Court Vacancy, COVID-19 Vaccine Ethics, U.N. General Assembly Where things stand with the vacancy on the Supreme Court. When a coronavirus vaccine becomes available, who should get it first? And, world leaders will address the U.N. General Assembly virtually.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsWhere things stand with the vacancy on the Supreme Court. When a coronavirus vaccine becomes available, who should get it first? And, world leaders will address the U.N. General Assembly virtually.NPR thanks our sponsors

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News Brief: DOJ Defends Trump, Vaccine Is A Hot Button Issue, Rochester Police

News Brief: DOJ Defends Trump, Vaccine Is A Hot Button Issue, Rochester Police

News Brief: DOJ Defends Trump, Vaccine Is A Hot Button Issue, Rochester Police The Justice Department makes an unprecedented move to protect President Trump. A COVID-19 vaccine is a key issue in the presidential race. And, the police chief in Rochester, N.Y., has resigned.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe Justice Department makes an unprecedented move to protect President Trump. A COVID-19 vaccine is a key issue in the presidential race. And, the police chief in Rochester, N.Y., has resigned.STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:Attorney General William Barr's Justice Department has made a...

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News Brief: COVID-19 Pandemic, Calif. Wildfires, Beirut Blast Aftermath

News Brief: COVID-19 Pandemic, Calif. Wildfires, Beirut Blast Aftermath

News Brief: COVID-19 Pandemic, Calif. Wildfires, Beirut Blast Aftermath A roundup of the latest coronavirus news. A record setting heat wave hampers efforts to fight California's wildfires. And, an update on the recovery effort in Beirut after last month's massive blast.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsA roundup of the latest coronavirus news. A record setting heat wave hampers efforts to fight California's wildfires. And, an update on the recovery effort in Beirut after last month's massive blast.NOEL KING, HOST:Memorial Day and the Fourth of July taught us a lesson this...

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