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This summer, experts expected more than half of all Americans to vote by mail. Recent polls seem to indicate the number to be significantly lower, which could mean extraordinary lines in some places.

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An NPR investigation has identified a web of more than 30 medical practices and compounding pharmacies across more than a dozen states promoting injections of an unproven treatment for COVID-19.

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Student debt doesn't only affect the person who goes to college. Nearly 40% of student loan payers are helping someone else pay off their student loans, a new study found.

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The Oregon school district hardest hit by wildfire is scrambling to create some normalcy and hold classes online. It's unclear how many families can participate since so many are displaced.

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Several victims of the group offered tearful testimony of the abuse they suffered at the hands of Clare Bronfman, a wealthy member who used her millions to intimidate, control and punish other women.

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"There should be no question that Ms. Collins Rudolph and the families of those who perished ... suffered an egregious injustice that has yielded untold pain and suffering over the ensuing decades."

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The move comes after a weekend incident that led to him being involuntarily hospitalized by police.

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Steve Dickson took a Boeing 737 Max on a test flight Wednesday and says "It responded well," as regulators inch closer to ungrounding the troubled jetliner.

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