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USA Today has appointed NPR Vice President for Newsgathering and Executive Editor Terence Samuel as its next editor in chief. He will inherit a newsroom with a national reputation buffeted by repeated cuts.
A customer walks by a "Now Hiring" sign posted in front of a store in Novato, Calif., on April 7, 2023. The labor market remains red hot. That's great for workers, but it's bound to reinforce concerns about high inflation.
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The U.S. added 339,000 jobs in May. It's a stunningly strong number
In this handout photo provided by NASA, an Atlas V rocket with Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft launches from Cape Canaveral, Fla. on on May 19, 2022. This was the Starliner's second uncrewed flight test which later docked with the International Space Station.
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In this Oct. 8, 2019, file photo, the Central Arizona Project canal runs through rural desert near Phoenix. The canal diverts Colorado River water down a 336-mile long system of aqueducts, tunnels, pumping plants and pipelines to the state of Arizona.
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Climate activists hold placards as they demonstrate outside ExCeL, in London, during the multinational oil and gas company Shell Annual General Meeting (AGM), on May 23, 2023.
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By an 8-to-1 vote, the high court ruled against unionized truck drivers who walked off the job, but it preserved the rights of workers to time their strikes for maximum effect.
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The Federal Trade Commission has accused Amazon of harboring children's data even when parents request it to be deleted, as well giving its Ring employees access to users' videos.
Deputy Director of the National Economic Council Bharat Ramamurti, pictured at a White House briefing last August, spoke to Morning Edition after the House passed its debt ceiling bill.
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Former President Eisenhower, addresses the nation on the American intervention in Formosa (now Taiwan) in an undated archival picture. Eisenhower was involved in the country's first debt ceiling fight when he asked Congress to raise the limit by $15 billion. The Senate refused, ushering the first tussle over the country's debt.
The standoff in California is the latest scuffle between the tech giants and the news industry. Facebook and Google also resisted efforts in Australia and Canada that aimed to force the companies to cut deals with news publishers.
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The Mountain Valley Pipeline would stretch 303 miles, from West Virginia to North Carolina. This 2018 file photo shows a section of downed trees on a ridge near homes along the pipeline's route in Lindside, W.Va.
Alexandra Prokopenko poses at a marathon event back in Russia. She used to run in Moscow's Meshchersky Park all the time: It was her favorite place in the city. But she's doubtful she will see it again, at least for the near future. Shortly after Russia's invasion of Ukraine, she left her country, along with hundreds of thousands of her peers.
She had a dream job. Now, she's part of a massive brain drain hammering Russia
Student loan borrowers gather outside the Supreme Court building in February 2023. The court's ruling on President Biden's debt relief plan is expected in June or July.
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House Speaker Kevin McCarthy speaks to members of the media at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on May 24, 2023. The House is set to vote on a debt deal on Wednesday.
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