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Ida has left behind a path of death and destruction from the Gulf Coast all the way into New England, and the death toll continues to rise.

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The Supreme Court says Texas can go ahead and implement a new law making most abortions illegal in that state.

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Janet Jackson's album Control was one of the biggest hits of 1986 – and the Grammy-winning beginning of a legendary partnership between Jackson and the album's producers, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis.

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What does it mean to live between cultures, languages and genders? That's something Vietnamese American author Ocean Vuong knows well.

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The pace of hiring is picking up but not as quickly as many employers would like. The Labor Department said this morning that employers added 850,000 jobs in June. Many businesses say they'd like to hire more folks if they had more applicants.

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The Manhattan DA's office has been investigating The Trump Organization for three years now.

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Bad weather hinders search for victims of condo collapse. The House will vote on whether to create a select committee to probe the Capitol riot. Progressives worry Biden's climate agenda is changing.

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In Surfside, Fla., rescue crews are going into day six of their efforts.

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It's been over 100 hours and counting since a 12-story condominium collapsed in Surfside, Fla.

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The debate over whether to get rid of the filibuster, a fundamental part of the legislating process, is now in clear focus.

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The CDC says about 65% of American adults have gotten at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Néstor (left) and his father, Melvin, left their home in El Salvador in 2018.

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President Biden has some diplomatic work to do.

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At this time last year, Morning Edition was looking for ways to chronicle, and through that make sense of a moment as dramatic as anything in recent memory. We turned to music almost immediately, and specifically our Song Project — asking musicians to write an original song about their experience of the tumult.

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A bipartisan group of senators is out with new details on the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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So could this be the day we finally see a deal on infrastructure?

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The past year has been heavy and affected us in both small and big ways.

Now, millions of Americans have been vaccinated, businesses are reopening and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention loosened guidance on mask-wearing for vaccinated people. As many begin to take steps to come out on the other side of the pandemic, Morning Edition asked NPR's audience to write a poem using Maya Angelou's poem "Still I Rise" as inspiration.

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