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Spotify announced Friday that it will stop the sale of political ads on the streaming platform. The move follows similar decisions by other tech giants, including Twitter and Google.

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Starting early 2020, the company says it will no longer sell paid political advertisements for its streaming service. The move follows similar decisions by Twitter and Google.

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Officials said Saturday there were no survivors after a tour helicopter crashed on Thursday.

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NPR's Leila Fadel reflects on stories she covered in 2019 on the race, identity and culture beat.

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In Albany, N.Y., three men use their own experiences to set teens on the right path. Efforts by individuals can sometimes have an outsized impact in the fight against poverty.

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Many deportees have arrived in Iraq without money, valid IDs or knowledge of the language and country. They struggle to find work and fear going out. "Everything is shocking to me," one deportee says.

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Nat Herz/Alaska's Energy Desk

As the climate warms, recent winters in Anchorage, Alaska, have seen more ice. The trend is leading to safety concerns and new measures to cope in this city where winter is defined by snow.

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Allison Joyce for NPR

The topics range from the way mangroves fight climate change to a pop-up pub in China where young patrons learn about the issue of sexual consent.

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Alex Schmidt

On a trip to explore her Jewish-Ukrainian roots, one writer made a stop at a controversial Jewish-themed restaurant, where guests are served matzo at every meal and invited to haggle over the check.

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