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Ben James/NPR

Online instruction is hard, right? Well there's a teacher—a chef, actually—who appears to have cracked the code. She says her cooking classes for kids work better now than when they were in person.

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Elise Amendola/AP

U.S. employers added 1.8 million jobs in July, down from 4.8 million the month before. The unemployment rate inched down to 10.2%.

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Alex Brandon/AP

It's been two weeks since the president signed an executive order to put "America First" on drug prices. But pharmaceutical companies aren't ready to negotiate.

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Courtesy of the Quander family

An African American family that traces its roots back to a woman who was enslaved by George and Martha Washington talks about keeping their history alive through annual family reunions.

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Gerry Broome/AP

After the 2010 census, Republicans flipped 20 state legislative chambers, seizing control of mapmaking in many states. This year, Democrats are making sure they're mobilizing.

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