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July 13, 2024

Biden says he’s staying in the race. Here’s what would happen if he changes his mind

Democrats haven’t faced anything like this in more than 50 years, so they would be dusting off the rulebooks if President Biden were to decide to drop out of the race.
July 13, 2024

Need free pads or tampons? In Tampa, you can visit a ‘period pantry’

Tampa Period Pantry has set up 10 locations to help fight 'period poverty.' It's attracting more attention after Gov. DeSantis vetoed funds for free menstrual products in Florida schools.
July 13, 2024

A stegosaurus fossil could fetch $6 million at Sotheby's. Should they be auctioned?

Sotheby's is presenting one of the most complete skeletal remains of a Jurassic creature. But some people say such specimens should not be auctioned.
July 13, 2024

Food prices are no longer rising as much — but here's why it might not feel that way

Food prices have largely leveled off, but many people are still frustrated when they go to their local grocery store.
July 13, 2024

A Buddhist DJ hopes to spin followers toward the faith in South Korea

Yoon Seong-ho is a 47-year-old Buddhist, comedian, DJ and rising celebrity.
July 13, 2024

What stresses you out? What helps you cope? We want to hear from you

NPR is planning coverage on the stressors people face and how they find relief. Please tell us what keeps you up at night and what coping tips and techniques you'd recommend.
July 13, 2024

Why the next president's judicial appointments will impact climate action

The Supreme Court's recent term illustrates the judiciary's outsized role in government's ability to address climate change. The coming election could shape the judicial landscape for decades to come.
July 13, 2024

These governors aren't running for president, but some voters say they wish they were

Trump won Georgia and Michigan in 2016. Biden did the same in 2020. In 2024, some disillusioned voters say they wish Govs. Whitmer of Michigan and Kemp of Georgia were on the ballot instead.
July 13, 2024

California heat has immigration activists bracing for a humanitarian crisis

Record-breaking heat exacerbates an already dangerous situation at the U.S.-Mexico border.
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