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Arizona Requires Doctors To Say Abortion Pill Is Reversible
Arizona is requiring doctors to tell women using the "abortion pill" that it can be reversed. NPR takes a look at whether that's true.
Verdict Reached In Atlanta School Cheating Case
Eleven of 12 former public school employees in Atlanta were found guilty Wednesday in one of the biggest cheating scandals in American education.
On April Fools' Day, Planet Money Tries Out Economics Jokes
Economics jokes can be hard enough to understand, let alone laugh at. NPR's Planet Money team recently tried some of its own jokes out on a live audience at a small comedy club in Brooklyn, N.Y.
Republicans Face Backlash Over Indiana, Arkansas 'Religious Freedom' Laws
The Republican Party is facing backlash over religious freedom laws passed this week in Indiana and Arkansas. The governor of Arkansas asked legislators Wednesday to reconsider its bill.
California Governor Announces First Ever Mandatory Water Restrictions
California Gov. Jerry Brown announced mandatory water restrictions Wednesday. The move coincides with new figures that show snowpack in the Sierra Nevada mountains is at a historic low.
Centenarian Poet Was A Fearless Guide To 'The Country Of Old Age'
Poet and author Margaret Howe Freydburg died last week at 107; she wrote and published well past her 100th birthday. Her friend Nancy Slonim Aronie has an appreciation of a remarkable woman.
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