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Here's what 'Let's Go, Brandon' actually means and how it made its way to Congress

No one is really cheering on a guy named Brandon. Instead, the phrase is being used in conservative circles in place of a more vulgar message directed at President Biden.

Here's what 'Let's Go, Brandon' actually means and how it made its way to Congress

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It's not Halloween without some zoo animals smashing pumpkins

From elephants to otters to armadillos, all sorts of animals get a kick out stomping, rolling and eating the orange gourds.

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Scientists offer some clues about COVID-19's endgame

Pandemic predictions have been made — and then things would change. But based on models and studies (including a 1980s test that squirted the virus up human noses), researchers have a new endgame thesis.

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Parents should be patient about getting COVID vaccines for kids, White House says

There are fresh logistical challenges, warns the White House's COVID czar in an exclusive interview with NPR. For example, young children will be getting a smaller dose delivered via smaller needles.

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John Deere and union reach tentative agreement but strike continues for now

Under the new offer, union workers at the farm equipment maker Deere & Co. would get immediate 10% raises, but a strike that began Oct. 14 will go on while workers study the agreement before a vote.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson (from left), French President Emmanuel Macron, German outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Biden meet in Rome to discuss renewed talks over the Iran nuclear deal. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Biden, other leaders say no easing sanctions until Iran slows its nuclear development

President Biden and three European allies say they are ready to return to the scuttled deal that eased sanctions against Iran, in return for Iran limiting its nuclear program.

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U.S. reaches deal with European Union over steel and aluminum tariffs

Announced at the G-20 Summit in Rome, the deal is meant to protect American producers but tamp down on the cost increases that the original tariffs have led to.

In the German language, nouns themselves are often gendered. Cities across Germany, including Lubeck, are now trying to use gender-neutral language by placing a colon or asterisk within words. Marcus Brandt/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Germany debates how to form gender-neutral words out of its gendered language

The German language is full of male and female nouns. Officials and businesses are tweaking words, including adding asterisks, to make them inclusive.

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In 2015, Keyla "Nunny" Reece, felt a lump in her breast, got it checked out and was told it was a benign cyst. A new lump was discovered under her armpit. At the age of 39, on June 7, 2017, doctors diagnosed her with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer, and by that point the cancer spread to her ribs, lungs, spine, and pelvis. Angelica Edwards hide caption

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This mother wanted her son to have photos to understand her breast cancer journey

Keyla "Nunny" Reece was diagnosed with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer at age 39. Photographer Angelica Edwards documented the hardships and moments of joy in Reece's experience with cancer.

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Baldwin mourns cinematographer in first public comments about 'Rust' shooting

"She was my friend," the actor told photographers in Vermont. Investigators believe the gun Baldwin fired on a movie set carried a single live round that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

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Under new ownership, 'Ebony' magazine bets on boosting Black business

Ebony magazine is turning 76 years old. With new owners, the legacy publication is rebooting to reach and uplift Black audiences with a focus on financial literacy and building wealth.

Under new ownership, 'Ebony' magazine bets on boosting Black business

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Maria Laura Rojas, a climate activist from Bogota, at the outskirts of the city. Erika Piñeros for NPR hide caption

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From a place of privilege, she speaks the truth about climate to power

Maria Laura Rojas admits that climate change has not had an impact on her own life. But with empathy and determination, she'll speak out for the most vulnerable at the COP26 summit.

From a place of privilege, she speaks the truth about climate to power

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People gather in St. Peter's Square to listen to Pope Francis deliver his blessing from the window of his studio, top right, overlooking St.Peter's Square, at the Vatican, Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021. Andrew Medichini/AP hide caption

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Pope Francis is asking people to pray for the Earth as U.N. climate talks begin

Speaking from St. Peter's Square on Sunday, the pope asked people to pray so that "the cry of the Earth" is heard at the COP26 summit getting underway in Glasgow, Scotland.

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Tiny Desk Contest entrant Oh He Dead on newfound motherhood and love

Judges for NPR Music's Tiny Desk Contest watched thousands of videos, and we're highlighting some of the standouts — this week: C.J. Johnson from Oh He Dead.

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"Some of the work is deliberately remaining outside of the structure," says musician and advocate Lilli Lewis of the efforts of Black musicians to make it in country and roots music industries. "We want to center different values and it's really difficult to do that from inside." Lewis just released a new album called Americana. David Villalta/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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New roots: Black musicians and advocates are forging coalitions outside the system

The mostly white country and folk music industries remain frustratingly difficult for Black musicians to enter. During one of Nashville's biggest events, one group envisioned a new pathway in.

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Trump Tower's new wine and whiskey bar, 45, includes enormous pictures of the former president, in and around the White House. Andrea Bernstein/NPR hide caption

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Trump's businesses and brand still suffering from his polarizing rhetoric

Trump's business continues to suffer losses: fewer tenants, lost government contracts, bailing business partners. But some observers say things aren't as dire as they seem for the former president.

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The University of Florida denied three of its professors permission to testify in a voting rights case against the state, saying it was a "conflict of interest" and "adverse to UF's interests." Jeff Greenberg/Universal Images Group via Getty Images hide caption

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The University of Florida bars professors from testifying in a voting rights case

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