Yale honors the work of a 9-year-old Black girl whose neighbor reported her to police
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by Vanessa Romo
3m ago
Bobbi Wilson went on a mission to save New Jersey's trees, capturing spotted lanternflies. That frightened her neighbor, who called the cops. Now, her bug collection is part of a Yale museum. (Image credit: Andrew Hurley/Yale University ..read more
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Climate change and a population boom could dry up the Great Salt Lake in 5 years
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by Kirk Siegler
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Utah leaders are under pressure to end water diversions and enforce tougher restrictions in order save the drying Great Salt Lake. A recent report predicted it will completely dry in five years. (Image credit: Kirk Siegler/NPR ..read more
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Brandon Tsay wants to use his celebrity to help heal his community
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by Emma Bowman
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The 26-year-old, who wrested the gun from a shooter who killed 11 people, has been hailed as a hero. Now, he's using his platform to redirect the overwhelming support to Asian American communities. (Image credit: Jane Hahn for NPR ..read more
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In many parts of the northern U.S., it's really cold. Here's how to stay safe
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by Emily Alfin Johnson
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Windchill warnings and advisories are in parts of the northern United States as regions see temperatures settle in the single digits. (Image credit: Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty Images ..read more
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Manufacturer recalls eye drops after possible link to bacterial infections
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by Ayana Archie
1h ago
EzriCare artificial tears are suspected to be the cause of an outbreak of the VIM-GES-CRPA strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which the CDC said is the first outbreak of its kind in the U.S. (Image credit: Janice Haney Carr/AP ..read more
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In India, couples begin their legal battle for same-sex marriage
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by The Associated Press
2h ago
Couples have filed petitions to India's Supreme Court seeking the legalization of same-sex marriage. The decision could make India the second economy in Asia after Taiwan to recognize the unions. (Image credit: Altaf Qadri/AP ..read more
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Texas ice storm leaves hundreds of thousands without power
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by Giulia Heyward
10h ago
Nearly 350,000 customers in the state were without power on Thursday afternoon. And one major utility service in the state said it did not know when it would be able to restore power ..read more
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Pentagon says a suspected Chinese spy balloon has been spotted over the Western U.S.
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by The Associated Press
11h ago
The balloon has been spotted over U.S. airspace for a couple days, The Pentagon decided not to shoot it down due to risks of harm for people on the ground, officials said. (Image credit: Andrew Harnik/AP ..read more
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Tate Modern's terrace is a nuisance for wealthy neighbors, top U.K. court rules
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by Emily Olson
13h ago
For years, tourists have peered into multi-million-dollar apartments from the top of London's busiest art gallery. Britain's Supreme Court says that has to change. (Image credit: Daniel Leal/AFP via Getty Images ..read more
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Beyoncé's Renaissance tour is Ticketmaster's next big test. Fans are already stressed
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by Rachel Treisman
15h ago
The first round of tickets to Beyoncé's highly anticipated Renaissance world tour go on sale next week. Ticketmaster is under pressure to avoid a repeat of the Taylor Swift debacle in November. (Image credit: Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images ..read more
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