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The case involved a teenage cheerleader who dropped F-bombs on Snapchat. At issue was whether schools may punish students for speech that occurs online and off campus but that may be disruptive.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Democratic Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware about whether lawmakers are getting any closer to landing a bipartisan deal on infrastructure, and other agenda items.
The Biden administration is debating the next steps after Senate Republicans blocked the voting rights bill. Democratic activists, however, believe bipartisan talks are over.
The pro-democracy newspaper will run its last edition on Saturday — signaling the end to Hong Kong's once freewheeling and muckraking reporting environment as well.
The article was about marine biology research on the feeding habits of a long, slimy sea creature: the moray eel. The headline: When an Eel Climbs a Ramp to Eat Squid From a Clamp, That's a Moray.
While eating M&Ms recently, Will Cutbill tried stacking them on top of each other. He became determined to break the Guinness record. Hours later he did it by stacking five M&Ms.
NPR's Noel King talks to human rights defender Bianca Jagger about the political situation in Nicaragua, and the historical context surrounding President Ortega's renewed crackdown on opposition.
COVID-19 restrictions forced hikers off the Appalachian Trail over the past year. Enthusiasts are back, but many shelters along the trail are still closed by the agencies that manage them.
NPR's Noel King speaks with Atlanta Federal Reserve President Raphael Bostic about inflation fears, and Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's testimony to a Senate panel on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, voters in New York City cast ballots in the Democratic primary for mayor. And it was the first time that the city used a ranked-choice voting system.