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The Pandemic Led To The Biggest Drop In U.S. Life Expectancy Since WWII, Study Finds Life expectancy fell by nearly two years between 2018 and 2020, largely due to COVID-19. Declines were most pronounced among minority groups, including Black and Hispanic people.
NPR.org | 1 hour, 38 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Prosecutors Get Their 1st Guilty Plea In The Jan. 6 Oath Keepers Conspiracy Case The conspiracy case involving the Oath Keepers extremist group is one of the most closely watched of those related to the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 6 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
John McAfee, Software Pioneer, Found Dead In A Spanish Prison Cell Just hours earlier, a court in Spain had approved the extradition of McAfee to the U.S., where he was set to stand trial on federal tax-evasion charges in New York.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 9 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Top General Defends Studying Critical Race Theory In The Military Joint Chiefs Chairman Mark Milley also said he wanted to understand "white rage" in a tense exchange that Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz had with him and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 13 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Hubble Trouble: NASA Can't Figure Out What's Causing Computer Issues On The Telescope "It's just the inefficiency of trying to fix something which is orbiting 400 miles over your head instead of in your laboratory," said Paul Hertz, the director of astrophysics for NASA.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 21 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Sports Writer Explains Why It's Been Such A Bizarre, Injury-Marred NBA Postseason Whichever team wins the NBA title, it'll be the first time they've done so in decades or ever. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Maitreyi Anantharaman of Defector about a bizarre, injury-marred postseason.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 37 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
SCOTUS: Union Organizers Cannot Access California Farms NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Aaron Tang about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling deciding that a California regulation allowing unions to engage with workers in their workplace is unconstitutional.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 48 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Hong Kong's 'Apple Daily' Shut Down, Leadership Arrested Hong Kong's most prominent pro-democracy paper, Apple Daily, says it is shutting down. Its accounts have been frozen and much of its top leadership has been arrested.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 48 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Owners Of The Suez Canal Ship Have Reached A Compensation Deal With Egypt The owners of the container ship that was stuck in the Suez Canal in March have reached a compensation deal with Egyptian authorities. Jammed for nearly a week, the blockage disrupted global shipping.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 48 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Biden Announced A Plan To Reduce Gun Violence Using COVID-19 Aid Money With gun violence on the rise, President Biden is talking about his plans to let states use funding from the COVID-19 aid package to help address it.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 58 minutes ago | 1 comment | recommend