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A jury is ordering far-right groups and individuals to pay $25 million in damages. This is for their part in the deadly Unite the Right rally that happened in Virginia.

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Imagine for a moment what it would be like to lose the life you had built. You got an education, got married, had kids and you rose to the top of your profession. You were proud and happy. And then almost overnight, it was gone.

It's been more than a decade since the singer/songwriter Adele released her epic breakup album 21, which became one of the most overwhelmingly successful records in history and transformed her from promising talent to indelible superstar.

The time since has brought with it more success — an nearly equally successful third album, 25, a James Bond theme song, sold-out worldwide tours (all of them) — as well as personal growth and struggle. Just like all of us.

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Climate negotiations in Glasgow, Scotland, are down to the wire.

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The Marine Corps, the smallest U.S. military force, has plans for a big overhaul designed to address its lack of diversity and problem with retaining troops.

The goal that's driving what amounts to a cultural shift within the service, is for the Marines "to reflect America, to reflect the society we come from," Gen. David Berger, commandant of the Marine Corps, said in an interview with NPR's Morning Edition.

It's not a matter of being politically correct or "woke," he said.

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President Biden plans to sign a landmark $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law on Monday.

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Biden traveled to the Port of Baltimore to sell it.

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A judge blocked Donald Trump's bid to keep the public from seeing what he did on January 6.

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Why are 16 staff members of the United Nations in custody in Ethiopia? The U.N. says the government detained its employees in Addis Ababa. U.N. spokesman Stephane Dujarric says they have not been given an explanation.

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Subpoenas by a House committee show how they're investigating the attack on the Capitol.

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We are starting off the final week of the COP26 climate summit, and there are still more demands for change and lots of deals that still need to be negotiated.

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Kid-sized doses of the COVID vaccine are one step closer to getting an OK from regulators.

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The U.S. envoy on Afghanistan who brokered a deal with the Taliban is now talking about what went wrong in the U.S. withdrawal.

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Is what's happening in Sudan today a military coup?

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Oil prices keep climbing, supply chains still tangled - and that's keeping inflation at its highest level in more than a dozen years. The Labor Department said this morning that consumer prices rose 5.4% during the 12 months ending in September. Price hikes accelerated in just the last month. NPR's Scott Horsley joins us. Scott, that is a long list of bummer items. Let's start with energy. Crude oil prices have risen sharply, and that's causing gas to rise. What's going on?

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The FDA says at least one popular e-cigarette brand can stay on the market. It's the first authorization of its kind. This comes as the FDA is still deciding whether Juul and other e-cigarette products should be sold.

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I don't know about you, A, but when I'm at the grocery store recently, I am getting major sticker shock in the checkout line. And I'm buying all the same stuff I usually buy.

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We're 18 months into dealing with this pandemic. And if you're feeling worn out and off balance, you're not alone.

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Three economists are sharing this year's Nobel Prize for their work on so-called natural experiments, including how changes in the minimum wage affect the labor market. NPR's Scott Horsley is here with details. Hey, Scott.

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It is expected to be a big week for COVID vaccines and boosters.

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