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In many parts of the country, access to a strong internet connection isn't a given. The Hope Center at Temple University reported in March that about 40% of college students have struggled with internet or computer access during the pandemic.

Other employers, including Delta Air Lines, JPMorgan Chase and Harmons appear to be raising health care premiums for unvaccinated workers under something called a "wellness program."

@washingtonpost personal finance columnist @SingletaryM  joins @amartinezla  to discuss the trend of buy now, pay later services online and in store.

A new survey from the Public Religion Research Institute finds that patience is growing thin among vaccinated Americans for those who claim religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccines.

In all, more than 130 officers have quit since the attack, some in response to the riot or in the form of retirements or in search of better jobs.

My new years resolution is to remind you all that i'm literally just some guy running the social media and yelling at me because you don't like the way a story was reported is goofy behavior!

Please. We are all just some guy scrolling endlessly. Be nicer to the people who provide you your news. We are humans.

COVID-19 infections are leading to staffing shortages at police and fire departments in many cities, including San Diego, where Fire Chief Colin Stowell says it's led to some temporary shutdowns.

Monday! -The U.S. weighs sending 5,000 troops to Eastern Europe to counter Russia. -COVID cases decline sharply in areas of the Northeast and Midwest. -Sarah Palin faces off against The New York Times Monday.


Mike Pompeo — who refused a House subpoena — would be a top witness for Democrats in the impeachment trial. He is not set to testify, but he spoke to @NPRKelly . She asked the secretary of state if he would defend Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch:

Protestors were tear gassed and pushed out of the way as President Trump stood in front of St. John's Church for a photo on Monday. Bishop Mariann Edgar Budde of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington denounced the visit — and told @NPRinskeep  it was "deeply offensive."

Scientists warn humans are on track to cause catastrophic global warming this century.

Pompeo wanted to speak on Iran and avoided questions on Ukraine. Hear the full interview tonight on @npratc .

NPR is celebrating this Juneteenth with a new tradition — a reading of the Emancipation Proclamation. 1/ From Michel Martin@NPRMichel )

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