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Rainbow Girls, 'Compassion to the Nth Degree' The song processes rage about "the world falling apart in every conceivable way" by coating it in sarcasm and shiny harmonies.
NPR.org | 19 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Musicians react to Supreme Court decision on right to abortion After Friday's Supreme Court decision, artists from around the world spent the following days sharing their reactions and plans for the immediate future.
NPR.org | 1 hour, 40 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
NPR Music's 36 Favorite Albums of 2022 The best albums from the first half of the year include sprawling offerings from Big Thief and Bad Bunny, works of fiery introspection from Kendrick Lamar and S.G. Goodman and an abundance in between.
NPR.org | 3 hours, 29 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Abortion providers in some states win reprieves in state courts Abortion providers in Louisiana are preparing to resume procedures on Tuesday after a victory in state court. For the staff at Hope Medical Group for Women in Shreveport, it's been a chaotic few days.
NPR.org | 4 hours, 12 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Dozens of people are found dead inside a tractor-trailer in San Antonio Local police in Texas say 16 people were found alive and transported to area hospitals, including 12 adults and four children. Authorities believe they were victims of human smuggling.
NPR.org | 4 hours, 13 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
The strange underground economy of tree poaching A new book dives deep into the fascinating criminal world of tree theft and efforts to combat it.
NPR.org | 4 hours, 59 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
A public library in Maryland held a fundraiser that left a lasting impression In Anne Arundel County, book lovers had a chance to get literary-themed tattoos from the Lucky Bird tattoo shop. Forty percent of the proceeds went toward funding for the library's branches.
NPR.org | 5 hours, 7 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Accounting giant Ernst & Young admits its employees cheated on ethics exams Ernst & Young is being fined $100 million by federal regulators after its employees cheated on ethics exams.
NPR.org | 5 hours, 29 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
A German court sentences 101-year-old to 5 years for role as Nazi guard The regional court in Germany convicted the man of 3,518 counts of being an accessory to murder for serving at the Nazis' Sachsenhausen concentration camp during World War II.
NPR.org | 5 hours, 51 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
This is how life in post-Roe America is starting to shape up As the Supreme Court prepared to issue its decision overturning Roe, NPR spent weeks speaking to experts and activists about what will likely happen next.
NPR.org | 6 hours, 24 minutes ago | comment? | recommend