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California Law To Allow Pharmacists To Prescribe Birth Control
Pharmacists in California will soon be able to prescribe birth control. While some doctors' groups are skeptical, lawmakers say pharmacists can fill a need for primary care providers, especially in rural areas.
Rachel Dolezal's Story Sparks Questions About 'How People Experience Race'
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Rutgers University professor Khadijah White and Allyson Hobbs, who wrote a book about the history of racial passing, about the former head of the NAACP in Spokane, Wash.
Alleged Hack Of Astros Database Included Player Information
NPR's Melissa Block talks with Richard Justice, a correspondent for MLB.com, about the FBI investigation into the St. Louis Cardinals for allegedly hacking the Houston Astros.
Jeb Bush Begins Mission To Win-Over New Hampshire Voters
After announcing his presidential campaign Monday, Jeb Bush headed to the state that could make or break his presidential hopes — New Hampshire.
The Heat Is On With These Summer Romance Novels
NPR Books is focusing on romance novels this summer. And our recommendations are not so-called "bodice rippers" or historical romances — they're contemporary.
To Keep Going During The Finals, LeBron James Can't Take A Day Off
As LeBron James carries the Cleveland Cavaliers through the NBA Finals, he sticks to a strict regimen on his days off to keep himself upright through the grueling playoff stretch.
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