Safety commissioner says state troopers to focus on mental health awareness, standards that prioritize life
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A state lawmaker from Oklahoma City has announced his resignation for what he calls inappropriate actions on New Year’s Eve.
Customers are being saddled with paying 600 times the usual price for energy after a winter storm as regulators are accused of being too close to the industry they monitor.
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Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi confirmed Sunday that an executive order was drafted for Trump to sign that would have used the military to seize machines in battleground states.
Citing a "continued threat of Russian military action," the U.S. State Department also authorized the voluntary departure of nonessential embassy employees at its embassy in Kyiv.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Ian McNeely, a Maryland high school student who helped organize a walkout calling for better COVID safety measures at his school.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Mac Warner, West Virginia's secretary of state, about a bipartisan campaign by state election officials to fight misinformation ahead of the 2022 vote.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with reporter Taylor Lorenz about a troubling trend among some young social media users: the self-diagnosis of mental health issues.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with The New Republic columnist Natalie Shure about "Havana Syndrome," a set of ailments reported by hundreds of American diplomats in recent years.
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