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Pregnancy is a time of hope and dreams for most women and their families — even during a pandemic. Still, their extra need to avoid catching the coronavirus has meant more isolation and sacrifices, too. Leo Patrizi/Getty Images hide caption

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Pregnant In A Pandemic: 'COVID Couldn't Rob Us Of Everything'

Three women come together to talk about the isolation and sacrifice that comes with being pregnant during the pandemic.

Pregnant In A Pandemic: 'COVID Couldn't Rob Us Of Everything'

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U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas, seen here on March 2 at a FEMA community vaccination center in Philadelphia, announced Saturday the agency will assist with the influx of migrant children at the U.S. southern border. Mark Makela/Getty Images hide caption

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What's Behind The Increase In Migrant Children At The Southern Border

Thousands of unaccompanied migrant children have shown up at the southern border in recent weeks, overwhelming the government's ability to process and transfer them into the custody of sponsors or family members.

What's Behind The Increase In Migrant Children At The Southern Border

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ISIS and domestic extremism in the U.S. are driven by very different ideologies, but the process by which young people are radicalized is remarkably similar. Nicole Xu for NPR hide caption

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Young And Radicalized Online: A Familiar Pattern In Capitol Siege Suspects

People who stormed the Capitol were radicalized by what they consumed online and in social media. That should sound familiar: Ten years ago, ISIS used a similar strategy to lure Americans to Syria.

Young And Radicalized Online: A Familiar Pattern In Capitol Siege Suspects

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McKinley "Mac" Phipps at Lousiana's Elayn Hunt Correctional Center in 2011. Courtesy of the Phipps family hide caption

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BONUS: Rapper Mac Phipps, After 20 Years In Prison, Is One Step Closer To Freedom

In this episode from NPR's Louder Than A Riot, New Orleans rapper Mac Phipps speaks exclusively to NPR about the power dynamics at play throughout his clemency hearing, and hosts Sidney Madden and Rodney Carmichael examine how his hip-hop career continues to affect his image in the eyes of the law.

BONUS: Rapper Mac Phipps, After 20 Years In Prison, Is One Step Closer To Freedom

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Breonna Taylor was killed by police in her apartment one year ago. Since then, her name has become a symbol in the fight against racial injustice and police violence. Taylor Family hide caption

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Breonna Taylor Was Killed By Police 1 Year Ago. What's Changed Since Then?

It's been one year since Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by police in her own apartment. In that year, Taylor's name has become a national symbol in the fight against racial injustice and police violence. But beyond the symbolism, many feel that actual progress has been disappointing.

Breonna Taylor Was Killed By Police 1 Year Ago. What's Changed Since Then?

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Healthcare workers inside a field hospital for COVID-19 infected patients at the Pedro Dell'Antonia sports complex in Santo André, Brazil, on Feb. 22. Jonne Roriz/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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The Pandemic Is Still Global. Here's How Vaccination Is Going In Other Countries

Less than 4% of Brazil's population has been vaccinated, and now a dangerous new variant has overwhelmed parts of the country's health care system.

The Pandemic Is Still Global. Here's How Vaccination Is Going In Other Countries

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Dr. Francis Collins, left, and Dr. Anthony Fauci are two of the most public faces of the U.S. fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Michael Reynolds, Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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The Day Everything Changed: Fauci, Collins Reflect On 1 Year Of The Pandemic

March 11 will mark one year since the World Health Organization officially declared the coronavirus outbreak a global pandemic — when schools, businesses and workplaces began shutting down.

The Day Everything Changed: Fauci, Collins Reflect On 1 Year Of The Pandemic

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Kendra Waldauer carries a portrait of George Floyd as she arrives at a protest demonstration outside the Governor's Mansion on Saturday in St. Paul, Minn. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images hide caption

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George Floyd Case: Trial Of Former Police Officer Derek Chauvin Underway

Jury selection in the highly anticipated trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin began Tuesday after being delayed amid an effort to gain clarity on the potential of a third-degree murder charge. Chauvin faces charges in the killing of George Floyd last Memorial Day.

George Floyd Case: Trial Of Former Police Officer Derek Chauvin Underway

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As the U.S. accelerates its rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday released new guidance for individuals who have been fully inoculated. Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 Relief And Cash Payments Near; CDC Says Vaccinated Can Gather Without Masks

Over the weekend, the Senate approved a version of President Biden's $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, setting up a vote in the House that could send the package to Biden's desk as early as Tuesday.

COVID-19 Relief And Cash Payments Near; CDC Says Vaccinated Can Gather Without Masks

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The front page of The Capital Gazette newspaper the day after a mass shooting occured at the paper's office. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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BONUS: 'It's OK That We're Alive'

What do you do after you've survived a mass shooting? In this episode of NPR's Embedded podcast, we hear the staff at the Capital Gazette newspaper return to work after losing five of their colleagues.

BONUS: 'It's OK That We're Alive'

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