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‘Washington Post’ Writer Describes What We Do Not Learn About Recreation

‘Washington Post’ Writer Describes What We Do Not Learn About Recreation

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NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Washington Post columnist Monica Hesse about her recent piece, "What we don't know about how a uterus works is going to hurt us all." ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: The abortion laws working their way through state legislatures deal with complicated issues surrounding conception and pregnancy. And in The Washington Post, columnist…
Washington Nurse Likely Contaminated A Minimum Of a Lots Individuals with Liver Disease

Washington Nurse Likely Contaminated A Minimum Of a Lots Individuals with...

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A nurse in Washington state likely infected at least a dozen patients with hepatitis C after she used injectable drugs that were meant for patients, according to a new report. Health officials began investigating the outbreak early last year, when two patients developed hepatitis C between January and March 2018 after being treated at the…
Human Composting May Quickly Be Legal in Washington State

Human Composting May Quickly Be Legal in Washington State

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A rendering of a future recomposition facility for the company Recompose. Credit: MOLT Studios When a loved one dies, you typically get two choices for the human remains: Place the body in a coffin or cremate it into ashes. But now, another option may soon be possible — "natural organic reduction," also known as human…
Juul Constructs Lobbying Influence In Washington

Juul Constructs Lobbying Influence In Washington

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Juul Labs, the maker of e-cigarettes popular with young, has come under fire from health officials. Since the spring of 2018 the company has been lobbying the federal government. Gabby Jones/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Gabby Jones/Getty Images Juul Labs, the maker of e-cigarettes popular with young, has come under fire from health officials.…
Dismal pictures demonstrate how the federal government shutdown has actually turned parts of Washington, DC into a ghost town

Dismal pictures demonstrate how the federal government shutdown has actually turned...

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Washington, DC, has been quieter than usual as residents endure the fourth week of a partial government shutdown. Since the start of the shutdown on December 22, hundreds of thousands of federal employees have been put on furlough, with some choosing to work without pay. While many national parks, museums, and attractions have attempted to…
DC takes legal action against Facebook over Cambridge Analytica scandal

DC takes legal action against Facebook over Cambridge Analytica scandal

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Enlarge / Karl Racine, District of Columbia attorney general, center, and Brian Frosh, Maryland attorney general, left, arrive at a news conference in Washington, D.C., US, on Monday, June 12, 2017. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images The attorney general of the District of Columbia has sued Facebook, alleging violations of local consumer protection laws. In a…

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