Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, died from complications from cancer. Her death will set in motion what promises to be a tumultuous political battle over who will succeed her.
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A new study lead by a University of Iowa researcher found psychological child abuse is associated with the greatest amount of negative long-term effects as compared to other forms of abuse like physical and sexual.
UI Athletics Voices Support For Fall Season, Plans To Monitor Players For Heart Issues Linked To COVIDThe University of Iowa and the Big Ten Conference reverse their initial decision and announce plans to go ahead with a fall football season despite the COVID-19 pandemic and persistent health concerns. Players who contract the virus will get "comprehensive" cardiac screenings to monitor for potential complications, some of which cardiologists warn could be dire.
Joe Biden leads by 9 points against President Trump, who continues to face an uphill reelection battle. But the Democratic nominee is underperforming with people of color who are likely to vote.
President Trump announced a commission to promote "patriotic" education. Latino voters in Florida face election misinformation. And, Germany tries to save the development of a gas pipeline.
Tamika Palmer says she wants the officers who killed her daughter to be charged. "Even in the very beginning of this year, she kept saying 2020 was her year," she said. "And she was absolutely right."
Breonna Taylor's mother Tamika Palmer and her lawyer Lonita Baker speak with NPR's Rachel Martin about the settlement they received in the wrongful death of Taylor.
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