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Review: The Weeknd, 'Dawn FM'

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And finally today, we couldn't end the weekend without talking about The Weeknd. We're talking about the R&B superstar, of course. His latest project, "Dawn FM," came out Friday.

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CES and the future of tech

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And finally today, we remember Sidney Poitier, who died yesterday at the age of 94. He is arguably the best-known Black movie star of Hollywood's modern era. NPR's Walter Ray Watson spoke with two people familiar with Poitier's film career and has this appreciation.

The legacy of Lani Guinier

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It was a solemn day on Capitol Hill where President Biden and other leaders, mostly Democrats, gathered to mark a day that shook this country.

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A key part of protecting endangered species is figuring out where they're living, and that can be tricky. But now two teams of scientists have discovered a technique that might help. NPR's Geoff Brumfiel has more.

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In the most recent season of the Apple TV show "Ted Lasso," a player on the fictional AFC Richmond Premier League soccer team has a dilemma.

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Updated January 5, 2022 at 2:38 PM ET

Mission operators cheered late Wednesday morning after NASA's James Webb Space Telescope successfully deployed its secondary mirror, one day after setting up its enormous sunshield without a hitch.

Team members in face masks clapped and fist-bumped each in the wake of the maneuver.

Webb project manager Bill Ochs called it "another banner day for JWST."

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