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Lydia, a mother of three in Canada, was opposed getting her kids vaccinated against childhood diseases. The pandemic led her out of that movement. Getting there was a years-long search for answers.על ידי NPR
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In part one of this series, we learned about the long history of how so-called “crimes against nature laws” banning anal and oral sex came to be in Idaho and the rest of the United States. The ACLU of Idaho is currently suing the state to overturn Idaho’s statute that, in some ways, is still being enforced. In the final installment of our two-part …
Speakers at the service see a "new America" and embrace a range of progressive causes. "The only way to establish domestic tranquility is to establish justice," the Rev. William Barber II says.על ידי NPR
Missouri’s resident and migratory bald eagle populations peak in the winter, and now is a great time to look for these iconic American raptors. Mature bald eagles are easily identifiable by their black bodies with white head- and tail feathers. However, for their first four to five years of life, juveniles sport all-brown feathers with white speckl…
They call it the David Davis Mansion in Bloomington, but the finger prints on the building are really those of Davis's son George. Author Marcia Young has a new book that looks at 150 years of the historic landmark. Plus, the reviews of President Biden's inaugural speech are in. We'll bring you a couple from McLean County. Learn about the term hash…
Ever since Loeffler denounced WNBA support for Black Lives Matter, players have wanted the league to force her to sell the team.על ידי NPR
President Biden followed through on a day-one promise to send a massive immigration reform bill to Congress. Now the hard part: passing that bill into law. Muzaffar Chishti of New York University's Migration Policy Institute explains the president's plans — and the signal they send to other countries around the world. Biden is also pursuing big cha…
Vice President Kamala Harris can cast a tie-breaking vote in the Senate; that means that Democrats effectively hold a majority in the chamber. But the even split means that the body's top leadership needs to work out terms for how things like committee membership work. This episode: political reporter Juana Summers, congressional correspondent Susa…
President Biden's plan to cancel the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline is welcome news to Native American governments and activists in Montana — but disappointing to many elected officials.על ידי Kayla Desroches
Soprano saxophonist Jane Ira Bloom and bassist Mark Helias play together in a new remotely recorded digital album. These seasoned improvisers line up just right, despite the recording challenges.על ידי Kevin Whitehead
Catching pancreatic cancer early improves survival chances. University of Cincinnati researchers wanted to know if administering chemo before surgery in stage I and II patients, in addition to after, would lengthen survival.על ידי Ann Thompson
On today's program: Reporter Kate Giammarise explains why fewer people are receiving welfare from the state, despite the pandemic’s ongoing economic impact; Two students from Brashear High School talk about what it’s like to finish senior year learning from home; and after November’s election, voting reform is expected to be at the top of lawmakers…
Suicide bombings have been rare in the Iraqi capital since the country's military pushed out the Islamic State group in 2017. The last such attack occurred three years ago.על ידי NPR
After he was sworn in as the nation's 46th president, Joe Biden got to work signing a flurry of executive actions. Addressing the COVID-19 pandemic is a top priority for the new administration.על ידי NPR
The social media site Parler went dark after Amazon's web-hosting services pulled the plug. This highlighted the often invisible Internet infrastructure that makes using the Internet possible.על ידי NPR