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The Buffalo suspect bought a rifle months after cops ordered a psychiatric evaluation

In June 2021, New York police sent the suspect to a hospital for an evaluation after he made a threat at his school. Then, he fell off of law enforcement's radar and bought a rifle earlier this year.

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People are picking up the pieces around Kharkiv after liberation by Ukrainian forces

Ukrainian troops are pushing Russian forces away from the country's second-largest city. That's allowing residents to move out of shelters, assess damage and try to resume something of a normal life.

People are picking up the pieces around Kharkiv after liberation by Ukrainian forces

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Sen. Ted Cruz challenged a federal law that bars federal candidates from raising more than $250,000 to repay a candidate's loans to his own campaign. He triumphed at the Supreme Court Monday. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court sides with Sen. Ted Cruz in campaign finance case

At issue was a federal law that has been on the books for 20 years that barred federal candidates from raising more than $250,000 to repay loans made to their campaigns.

Actor Amber Heard testifies in the courtroom at the Fairfax County Circuit Courthouse in Fairfax, Va., on Monday. Actor Johnny Depp sued his ex-wife for libel in Fairfax County Circuit Court after she wrote an op-ed piece in The Washington Post in 2018 referring to herself as a "public figure representing domestic abuse." Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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The jury saw pictures of Amber Heard's swollen face after a fight with Johnny Depp

Jurors in Johnny Depp's libel trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, saw photos of her with red marks and swelling on her face after their final fight before their divorce.

Wildfires are causing billions in damage every year and yet many homebuyers have little idea whether their house is at risk. Josh Edelson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Is your house at risk of a wildfire? This online tool could tell you

Many people move without realizing the danger that wildfires pose to their new home. A new risk rating system could help buyers learn more on real estate sites.

Is your house at risk of a wildfire? This online tool could tell you

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In this photo provided by the New Mexico National Guard, a New Mexico National Guard Aviation UH-60 Black Hawk flies as part of firefighting efforts, dropping thousands of gallons of water with Bambi buckets from the air on the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire in northern New Mexico on Sunday, May, 1. New Mexico National Guard via AP hide caption

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The wildfires burning in the Southwest are bad but 'not unprecedented'

Experts say the Southwestern U.S. is drier than it's been in some 1,200 years, which is one of, but not the only, drivers of the large infernos burning in New Mexico.

In this April 25, 2006, file photo, John Durham speaks to reporters on the steps of U.S. District Court in New Haven, Conn. Durham, Connecticut's U.S. attorney, is leading the investigation into the origins of the Russia probe. He is no stranger to high-profile, highly scrutinized investigations. Bob Child/AP hide caption

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Trump-era special counsel faces first real test as Washington attorney goes on trial

John Durham's probe led to a single false statements count against Michael Sussmann for allegedly lying to the FBI about possible ties between a Russian-bank and Donald Trump's company.

McDonald's arrived in Moscow when Russia was still part of the Soviet Union. Tens of thousands of customers stood in line when its first restaurant opened on Jan. 31, 1990, at Moscow's Pushkin Square. Vitaly Armand/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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McDonald's is leaving Russia, after more than 30 years

In 1990, the Big Mac's arrival in Moscow signaled a new era. Now McDonald's is tearing down the golden arches and writing off its investment in Russia.

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These middle school students have a warning about teens and social media

A group of Texas middle-schoolers won NPR's 4th-annual Student Podcast Challenge, and learned a lesson about fake news and the limits of "talking digitally."

These middle school students have a warning about teens and social media

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This dog broke into a Tennessee couple's house and snuggled her way into their bed

Julie and Jimmy Johnson woke up to quite the surprise after a night of thunderstorms earlier this month. While they have three dogs of their own, the dog sandwiched between them was a total stranger.

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A substance found in young spinal fluid helps old mice remember

A team at Stanford University has reversed memory loss in old mice by flooding their brains with spinal fluid taken from young animals. The finding may hold promise for Alzheimer's research.

A substance found in young spinal fluid helps old mice remember

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Sarah Peper, a fisheries biologist for the Missouri Department of Conservation, downloads fish tracking data on April 26 while boating along the Mississippi River near West Alton, Missouri. Brian Munoz/St. Louis Public Radio hide caption

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Missouri scientists work to save lake sturgeon by electronically tracking them

With a decreasing population of lake sturgeon, nine states have listed the species as endangered. To protect them, scientists are studying where lake sturgeon travel before and after they reproduce.

Angela Davis is escorted by two F.B.I. agents after her arrest in New York on Oct. 13, 1970. She was taken from F.B.I. headquarters to the Women's House of Detention. David Pickoff/AP hide caption

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This forgotten women's prison helped cement Greenwich Village's queer identity

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In his book The Women's House of Detention, Hugh Ryan writes about the New York City prison and the role it played in the gay rights movement of the '60s, including the 1969 Stonewall Uprising.

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After a lockdown, students found comfort in humor. But what are the jokes hiding?

This year's winner of our Student Podcast Challenge, junior, Teagan Nam, described how their friends and classmates turned to memes and social media as a coping method.

After a lockdown, students found comfort in humor. But what are the jokes hiding?

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With Roe v. Wade primed to be overruled, people seeking abortions could soon face new barriers in many states. Researcher Diana Greene Foster documented what happens when someone is denied an abortion in The Turnaway Study. Malte Mueller/Getty Images hide caption

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A landmark study tracks the lasting effect of having an abortion — or being denied one

The Turnaway Study followed nearly 1,000 women who sought abortions, interviewing them regularly for years to understand the impact on their mental and financial wellbeing.

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Home prices could fall in some U.S. cities. Here's where and why

During the past two years, home prices nationally have soared more than 30%. Rising mortgage rates make affording a home even harder. That has many people wondering if we're in another housing bubble.

Home prices could fall in some U.S. cities. Here's where and why

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Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin, left, and President Sauli Niinisto announced Sunday that Finland will apply for NATO membership. Alessandro Rampazzo/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Finland and Sweden announce they want to join NATO, marking a big blow to Putin

Finland changed its policy toward the military alliance after troops invaded Ukraine. Sweden has avoided all military alliances, but like Finland, has also grown closer and closer to NATO over time.

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