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A federal study released in early 2017 found the needle has barely moved on boosting minority business participation in public contracts. Despite decades of affirmative action and other policies meant to make up for disparities. https://trib.al/ieqrjF4
In response to an upsurge in far-right extremism in Germany, the country's parliament, the Bundestag, approved new gun laws last month, further tightening regulations on firearms that are already among the world's most stringent. https://trib.al/pA9ONMD
In Las Vegas -- a city known for prize fights -- the Democrats were gloves-off. There was a new entrant in the ring, who took a lot of incoming: former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who has spent more than $300 million of his own money on ads. https://trib.al/79hMWgw
Madison McFerrin's music pulls you in before you even realize just how much is going on. And she does it all with just her laptop, a loop station and her voice. Late last year she released an EP called "You + I."https://trib.al/3jrXnoL
Globally, 100 million people living with diabetes need insulin, and half of them don’t have reliable access. A new WHO program is trying to change that.
#NPRShortWave explores the push to make insulin accessible in low- and middle-income countries 👇 https://trib.al/DuluLVX
"It's past time we swore off the antiquated policies of the past," a spokesperson for Virginia's governor said.
Legislation repealing the state's 1792 ban on public swearing awaits the governor's signature. https://trib.al/Zrwz411
As surgeons in London worked to remove a woman's brain tumor, the sound of a violin filled the operating room.
The music came from the patient on the operating table. https://trib.al/4QNT38S
By a 55%-42% margin, Democrats say picking a nominee who has the best chance of beating President Trump is more important than someone who shares their position on most issues, a new NPR/Marist/@Newshour poll finds. https://trib.al/yGEmmkg
Cross the treeless, frozen tundra of southwest Alaska, over ice-covered lakes and ponds near the Bering Sea, and you'll find the first community in the U.S. counted for the 2020 census. https://trib.al/cNyRjAD
In 2003, a doctor who had treated SARS patients triggered a cascade of cases by infecting floormates at a Hong Kong hotel.
That’s the essence of a super-spreading event. https://trib.al/smXyQvW
Maybe the most consequential section of tonight’s #DemDebate was at the end, when moderator Chuck Todd of NBC asked the candidates if the pledged-delegate leader should be the nominee at the national convention.
Here's what the candidates said: https://trib.al/Kp1dzsK
With the #DemDebate over, attention now turns to Nevada’s caucuses on Saturday.
Democrats across the state will use new technology for the first time to integrate into the process nearly 75,000 early votes that were cast this week. https://trib.al/PVJwcKM
When asked directly whether he has made too much money, Mike Bloomberg said no.
“I’ve worked very hard for it,” he said, before arguing that Bernie Sanders’ policies would be a surefire way to get President Trump re-elected. #DemDebate https://trib.al/XvD3CiE
Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders want to ban fracking, but the other candidates onstage see a limited or diminishing role for fracking.
The issue offered a key point of division for Democratic candidates on the crucial topic of climate change. https://trib.al/2KAYYqP
All of the candidates on tonight's #DemDebate stage have been challenged on the issues, their experience, even their supporters’ behavior. Stay caught up with NPR reporters' live updates and analysis: https://trib.al/9BD6oes
Elizabeth Warren came out swinging against her rivals’ healthcare plans, calling them flimsy and flawed. She said Amy Klobuchar’s plan is “like a Post-it Note.”
But Klobuchar has supported a fully-realized plan: a public option bill she co-sponsored. https://trib.al/js7jwcc
Joe Biden mentioned that rising temperatures and climate change hurt poor communities more.
A recent NPR investigation found in dozens of major U.S. cities, low-income neighborhoods are more likely to be hotter than wealthier neighborhoods. #DemDebate https://trib.al/FEtyC2s