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Ambulance parts, air filtration systems, and much more: The state of New York auctions equipment purchased for the COVID pandemic that it no longer needs.Par NPR
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It's been more than a year now since many kids across the country returned to their classrooms. And many of them brought grief and trauma with them, too. But some educators just don't feel equipped to support kids who are grieving. NPR's Rhitu Chatterjee speaks with a handful of school mental health professionals who recently attended a special tra…
As Democrats plan for a presidential campaign season without Iowa at the top of the calendar, we look at the impact the decision could have on the state — and how the act of running for president itself may never be the same going forward. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, senior political editor & correspondent Ron Elving, and …
With credit card balances rising across the country, an age-old approach is gaining traction on TikTok: tackling debt by paying with cash.Par NPR
Despite climate targets set by the Biden administration and corporate executives, the U.S. is still building new natural gas plants that threaten to cause greenhouse gas emissions for decades to come.Par NPR
Journalist and Nobel Prize winner Maria Ressa thinks the world is facing a sort of World War III – especially as it relates to information. Her new book, How to Stand Up to a Dictator, details the relationship between trust, truth and democracy, and how social media's pull to inflammatory falsehoods can threaten that delicate balance. In this episo…
NPR's Ayesha Rascoe plays the puzzle with Weekend Edition puzzle master Will Shortz and this week's puzzle winner, Vicki Helwick of Port Angeles, Wash.Par NPR
NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with director Laura Poitras about her new documentary, "All the Beauty and the Bloodshed," a chronicle of photographer Nan Goldin's activism in the opioid epidemic.Par NPR
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in President Biden's student loan relief program in February. The court's action means the rollout of debt cancellation will remain blocked until then.Par NPR
Vinod Kumar of India and Anish Adhikari of Nepal are among the many migrant workers who helped build the stadiums. Adhikari says he was misled about working conditions. Kumar died on the job.Par NPR
Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion, but almost a third of it was in bank loans. He used a leveraged buyout strategy, which means Twitter, not Musk, is on the hook to pay back the loans.Par NPR
This episode was recorded on October 23rd, 2022, in Charleston, WV. The lineup includes John Fullbright, Willi Carlisle, Matt the Electrician, Jesse Milnes & Emily Miller, and Martha Scanlan & Jon Neufeld. Podcast support is provided by Diversified Energy.https://bit.ly/3ONK2qJPar West Virginia Public Broadcasting