Warren's decision came after disappointing finishes in the primary. She hadn't won or come in second in any states, and finished third in her home state of Massachusetts.
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Officials believe a passenger was exposed to the novel coronavirus during a trip from San Francisco to Mexico in the middle of February. The ship just returned from Hawaii.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom says the growing homeless crisis is his No. 1 priority. But many city and county leaders, as well as activists, want more details, better coordination and dedicated funding.
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A global shortage of face masks is prompting concern for the safety of health care workers. Now, the U.S. government is trying to bring back an industry that largely left the country years ago.
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At the largest U.S. companies, only about one in five board members are women. In California, more companies are adding them after the state passed a law mandating gender diversity in boardrooms.
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The biggest day of voting so far in 2020 wasn't faultless, but it also might have gone much worse. Moves and counter-moves are afoot to influence Americans and protect the vote.
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Puns and funny references have become staples on highway message boards across the country. What's behind these roadside bits, and are they making drivers behave any differently?
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When the women's tournament begins in two weeks, the University of Oregon's hard-driving star guard could lead them to an NCAA title.
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Health inspectors are to be "hyperfocused on infection control right now" officials say, as they suss out what allowed COVID-19 to spread in a Kirkland, Wash., nursing home.
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It happens only once a decade, so it can be hard to make sense of the census. NPR's census reporter has rounded up facts that debunk some of the most common misconceptions about the national count.
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Lawyers for the Center for Reproductive Rights and Louisiana faced a hot bench Wednesday in a case critical to abortion rights in the U.S. But the Chief Justice - a key vote - did not tip his hand.
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Smiley, who was fired in 2017 amid sexual misconduct allegations, had sued the public broadcaster contending that he was dropped as a talk-show host because of racial bias.
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