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NPR's Noel King talks to Christine Brennan, sports columnist with USA Today, about U.S. gymnast Simone Biles leaving the team gymnastics final due to a medical issue.
Sarah McCammon talks to Dr. Ada Stewart, president of the American Academy of Family Physicians, about why her group is backing vaccine mandates for health care workers.
An increasing number of cities, states, counties and hospitals are making COVID-19 vaccines mandatory. But not all health care workers are on board.
North and South Korea have reopened a hotline that was closed for nearly 14 months. "We hope that inter-Korean communications are never again suspended," a South Korean official said.
Hidilyn Diaz set a record Monday, winning the Philippines' first gold medal at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo. The country had been trying to reach the podium's top spot for nearly 100 years.
The rapper is living in a stadium in Atlanta while completing his 10th studio album, according to The Associated Press. Donda was supposed to be released last Friday — now it's due Aug. 6.
A House select committee on Tuesday holds its first public hearing into the Jan, 6 insurrection, with testimony from four police officers who defended the U.S. Capitol from rioters.
NPR's Noel King talks to Heather Boushey, senior economic adviser to President Biden, about how the pandemic is impeding America's economic recovery, and how vaccinations will help.
Keyboardist Morris Hayes, a longtime collaborator and friend of Prince, speaks with NPR's Noel King about his experience co-producing Prince's latest posthumous album Welcome 2 America.
Last year it was all about chairs and headphones. This year it's time for T-shirts and sneakers — and more laptops. Back-to-school shopping in the U.S. is expected to top $37 billion.