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Hulu's 'Dopesick' tells the chilling story of America's opioid crisis

The new miniseries, adapted from journalist Beth Macy's critically acclaimed book, shows opioid addiction ravaging one rural Virginia town.

Hulu's 'Dopesick' tells the chilling story of America's opioid crisis

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Norwegian authorities say a deadly bow-and-arrow attack appears to be terrorism

The alleged assailant in the attack on Wednesday that killed five people and seriously wounded two others is a Danish citizen and Muslim convert who had been flagged for concerns over radicalization.

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Immerse yourself in nature with these 2021 Wildlife Photographer of the Year images

The top two winners of the 2021 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were selected from more than 50,000 entries worldwide. They are a biologist from France and a 10 year old from India.

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Todd Haynes' new film takes us deep into The Velvet Underground

In his first documentary, filmmaker Todd Haynes uses the language of experimental cinema to spotlight the Velvet Underground, a legendary band that flowered within New York's avant-garde art world.

Todd Haynes' new film takes us deep into The Velvet Underground

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Omar Vivó, a 45-year-old Cuban migrant, in Necoclí, Colombia in September, on his more than 3,000-mile journey to the U.S. Next Vivó made his way to the Darién Gap to trek on foot through the jungle to the Panama border. Carlos Villalón for NPR hide caption

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He left Cuba for the U.S., and wound up trekking through 60 miles of dangerous jungle

An NPR team follows Omar Vivó as he sets off from Colombia for the U.S., traversing part of the Darién Gap, where the dangers include raging rivers, snakes and criminals who prey on migrants.

He left Cuba for the U.S., and wound up trekking through 60 miles of dangerous jungle

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Japan will hold its first national election since the pandemic started

New Prime Minister Fumio Kishida dissolved the lower house of parliament, paving the way for elections at the end of the month. It could speed the transition away from the staunchly conservative Abe government.

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There's a backlog at U.S. ports. Here's how Biden hopes to get you your goods, faster

President Biden addressed ongoing supply chain problems, as major retailers warn of shortages and price hikes during the upcoming holiday season.

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Eating too much salt is making Americans sick. Even a pinch less per day can save lives

The FDA has issued new targets to reduce the amount of salt that manufacturers put in their foods. It could prevent thousands of cases of cardiovascular disease.

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Cockroaches are everywhere — and you should learn to appreciate them

These critters can number up to 10,000 species, but only about 30 are pesky to humans and some are beautiful! And complicated! And maybe even clean.

Cockroaches are cool!

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A study by the National Institutes of Health this week suggests people who got the J&J vaccine as their initial vaccination against the coronavirus may get their best protection from choosing an mRNA vaccine as the booster. Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images hide caption

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A study of COVID vaccine boosters suggests Moderna or Pfizer works best

Should people who get a COVID booster get a different vaccine from their original shot? The results of a highly anticipated study suggest, that in some cases the answer may be yes.

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The NHL announces that all but 4 players are vaccinated

That means about 99% of NHL players have gotten the vaccine. "All of our officials are vaccinated. All of the personnel that come into contact with the players are vaccinated," the commissioner adds.

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The FDA's analysis of J&J vaccine boosters has set the stage for a public hearing

Johnson & Johnson has asked the Food and Drug Administration to authorize a booster for people 18 and older six months after initial immunization, with an option to vaccinate after two months.

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A new museum in Nashville centers the artistry of Black musicians

Nashville has long been associated with country music. But a museum devoted to African-American music, which opened earlier this year, sets the record straight about the city's diversity

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