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A new study provides the first evidence of its kind that silica dust is responsible for the rising tide of severe black lung disease, including among coal miners in Appalachia. Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Researchers say they've linked silica dust directly to severe black lung disease

A new study links the epidemic of severe lung disease among coal miners to toxic silica dust. The findings echo a 2018 investigation by NPR and the PBS show Frontline.

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How to tackle workplace conflict head-on

When the discomfort of conflict arises, it can be hard to know what to do, especially in the workplace. In this episode of Life Kit, get the tips you need to become a conflict-resolving superhero.

How to tackle workplace conflict head-on

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A restaurant displays a "Now Hiring" sign on Aug. 4, 2020, in Arlington, Va. Employers are boosting wages to recruit workers as staffing shortages continue to linger. That's raising the prospect of continued high inflation and aggressive interest rate hikes from the Federal Reserve. Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Why there are growing fears the U.S. is headed to a recession

With inflation at a four-decade high, a growing number of forecasters worry the U.S. economy may be headed to a recession as the Fed gears up to raise interest rates aggressively.

Why there are growing fears the U.S. is headed to a recession

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Alyssa Nakken of the San Francisco Giants, left, became the first female on-field coach in league history during a game against the San Diego Padres at Oracle Park on Tuesday in San Francisco. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images hide caption

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Alyssa Nakken becomes the first woman to coach on the field in MLB history

Alyssa Nakken of the San Francisco Giants became the first woman to coach on the field in major league baseball history after regular first-base coach Antoan Richardson was ejected from the game.

Left: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on Feb. 22. Right: Zelenskyy on April 4. Ukrainian Presidency/Handout/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images; Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Images of Ukraine's Zelenskyy show the physical toll that trauma and stress can have on the body

Health experts told NPR that long-term exposure to trauma and stress — like that of the war in Ukraine — can impact a person's sleep, memory, mood and physical appearance.

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A record number of Yellowstone wolves have been killed. Conservationists are worried

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States neighboring Yellowstone National Park have eased rules on hunting wolves, resulting in the most being killed in nearly a century.

A record number of Yellowstone wolves have been killed. Conservationists are worried

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This sequence shows how the nucleus of Comet C/2014 UN271 was isolated from a vast shell of dust and gas surrounding the solid icy nucleus. On the left is a photo of the comet taken by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field Camera 3 on Jan. 8. A model of the coma (middle panel) was obtained by fitting the surface brightness profile assembled from the observed image on the left. Space Telescope Science Institute/Macau University of Science and Technology hide caption

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The Hubble telescope confirms the largest comet nucleus ever seen by astronomers

The comet has an estimated diameter of about 80 miles. That's bigger than Rhode Island and about 50 times larger than the heart of most comets.

Credit bureau TransUnion used digital tricks known as "dark patterns," such as putting information in low-contrast fine print and in an image that took longer to load than the rest of the webpage, government officials say. Ashley Hopkinson/AP hide caption

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Credit firm TransUnion used deceptive marketing and 'dark patterns,' lawsuit alleges

TransUnion used digital tricks called "dark patterns," such as putting information in low-contrast fine print and in an image that took longer to load than the rest of the webpage, regulators say.

Stand-up comic Akau Jambo, 25, remembers a fellow comedian saying, "Dang, I never knew people were laughing in South Sudan." Jambo is out to prove him wrong. Courtesy of Akau Jambo hide caption

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So a South Sudanese comic put on a comedy fest in a land of 'suffering.' How'd it go?

Akau Jambo just staged the first international comedy festival in a country that the U.N. calls a place of suffering. Talking about the role of laughter, he says, "Life doesn't stop – we keep living."

A view of The Crossing apartment building in the Navy Yard neighborhood on April 8, 2022 in Washington, DC. The building, which was raided by the FBI on April 6, is the home of two men accused of posing as federal law enforcement employees and ingratiating themselves with U.S. Secret Service agents. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Two men accused of impersonating federal officers will be released to await trial

Both are ordered to stay with their fathers in Virginia. Prosecutors have suggested they posed a national security threat and may have compromised Secret Service agents

Caucusgoers are seen here in Carpenter, Iowa, on Feb. 3, 2020. If the Democratic National Convention revamps the presidential nominating process, Iowa could lose its "first in the nation" status. Steve Pope/Getty Images hide caption

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Democrats are considering big changes to the primary process ahead of 2024

The Democratic National Committee is weighing an overhaul of its presidential nominating process, which could give more diverse states an earlier role in the primary season.

States must reach out to all Medicaid enrollees to inform them that their eligibility will need to be reevaluated, but many of those states will not be employing one key strategy: texting. SOPA Images/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Who doesn't text in 2022? Most state Medicaid programs

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Though the majority of Medicaid recipients have smartphones, most states will rely on snail mail and email to tell people their coverage is at risk with the end of the COVID public health emergency.