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The high court did not provide an explanation for why it declined to hear the appeal by Adnan Syed, seen in February 2016, who was convicted in 2000 of strangling his former girlfriend.

Karl Merton Ferron/Baltimore Sun/Tribune News Service via Getty Images

The high court did not provide an explanation for why it declined to hear the appeal by Syed, who was convicted in 2000 of strangling to death his former girlfriend, Hae Min Lee.

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Elizabeth Cook/AP

Maurice Robinson, 25, pleaded guilty to two charges related to the deaths of dozens of Vietnamese nationals in his truck trailer. He still faces 41 more charges — including 39 counts of manslaughter.

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Allison V. Smith for NPR

The grocery-delivery app faces a new wave of discontent. Working for an algorithm means tweaks can upend a livelihood — and being a faster, nicer, more experienced worker doesn't guarantee better pay.

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Toby Melville/Reuters

The city's transportation regulator says Uber's systems "allowed unauthorized drivers to upload their photos to other Uber driver accounts" and take on customers as if they were the Uber driver.

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Michael Sohn/AP

As Democrats look ahead to 2020, there's a fierce debate within the party over the former president's legacy and whether any candidate can reconstruct the multiracial coalition that he built in 2008.

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Paul Sancya/AP

Democratic presidential candidates want to obliterate student debt. Economists say that could help with income inequality, but it would come with a big price tag and risks.

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Todd Bookman/NHPR

Health care sharing ministries offer consumers an alternative to traditional insurance, and people are drawn to their lower premiums. But one company is accused of selling illegal insurance products.

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Charles Krupa/AP

A long-established tradition maintains the state holds the first-in-the-nation primary. But a changing landscape puts its relevance at risk like never before.

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