'COVID-19 is in charge of the census,' says former US Census Bureau director

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Kenneth Prewitt, who oversaw the nationwide tally in 2000, says that counting 56 million households amid a pandemic, along with a hurried census deadline, may "result in an unprecedented undercount."

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French Chilean rapper's new track criticizes politicians' apathy over coronavirus

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French Chilean singer Ana Tijoux's new song “Pa Qué?” drew inspiration from early statements by politicians such as British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro.

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Lockdowns in Germany; Trump considering moving US troops from Germany to Poland; The Democratic Republic of Congo declares Ebola outbreak over

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Germany’s populous Guetersloh and Warendorf regions became the first in the country to return to strict restrictions against the coronavirus, angering many residents. Also, the Democratic Republic of Congo said today that the Ebola outbreak in the east of the country is over. And, Sergei Khrushchev, the son of Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev, died on June 18 at his home in Rhode Island at the age

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After boy's death, Hennepin County finally severs ties with troubled facilities

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County officials had kept kids in out-of-state residential treatment centers despite reports of abuse.

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Estos son los jóvenes votantes latinos de 'Cada 30 Segundos'

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Aproximadamente cada 30 segundos, un latino cumple 18 años en Estados Unidos. Si se presentaran en las urnas para votar, estos jóvenes latinos podrían cambiar el resultado de las elecciones presidenciales de 2020 en Estados Unidos.

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Atlanta cop who killed Rayshard Brooks had prior controversial shooting

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Officer Garrett Rolfe was involved in a questionable and bizarre 2015 incident.

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Meet the young Latino voters of "Every 30 Seconds"

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Approximately every 30 seconds, a Latino in the US turns 18. Young Latinos could swing the outcome of the 2020 US presidential election — if they come out to vote.

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Episode 6: Delta State

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College football is practically a religion in Mississippi. And for the players, it's life. As Covid-19 upended their world, the teammates at Delta State struggled to find structure and purpose for an off-season like no other.

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Episode 5: Geno

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As the coronavirus swept into the Mississippi Delta, a judge in the small city of Indianola decided to release every inmate she had in jail. That is, every inmate except one.

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11 highlights from our investigation into the dangers of lead pipes

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Current and former EPA scientists say the Trump administration is pushing rule changes that could leave Americans exposed to lead in drinking water.

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Episode 4: Watermelon Slim

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In the middle of a pandemic, with so many people suffering alone, it seemed an appropriate time to hear from a Delta blues singer. Enter Watermelon Slim.

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Michigan reaches settlement in landmark right-to-literacy case

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The governor won't contest a court ruling that found students have a constitutional right to learn to read and agrees to more funding for Detroit schools.

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Episode 3: The Hospital

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The doctors and nurses at Greenwood Leflore Hospital braced for the pandemic, sectioning off their ICU and preparing for an influx of patients. Then the virus struck one of their own.

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Facing uncertain futures, high school seniors weigh tough college options and alternate paths

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Editor-in-chief of The Hechinger Report, Liz Willen, shares what she's heard from high school seniors who are feeling anxious and overwhelmed as they face pandemic-fueled challenges.

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Listeners tell us how they're adapting to at-home education

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Teachers, students and families talk about how they've adapted while schools and campuses stay closed.

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