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How Morehouse students are feeling about Biden’s upcoming commencement address

President Biden will deliver the commencement address at Morehouse College in Atlanta on Sunday. Students there have mixed opinions about welcoming the president.

Interstate travel becomes a target for the anti-abortion movement with Texas filing

Signaling a new tactic by anti-abortion groups, a Texas man has taken legal action against his ex-girlfriend over her alleged out-of-state abortion. Texas has a strict abortion ban.

Brittany Howard makes acting debut as a pony with big dreams in ‘Thelma the Unicorn’

Singer-songwriter Brittany Howard makes her voice acting debut in Thelma the Unicorn, a mini pony who longs to be a star, and her dream comes true when she disguises herself as a unicorn.

Gov. Kristi Noem says Mexican cartels are active on South Dakota Indian reservations

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is linking southern border crossings to crime in the state’s 9 Indian reservations. The issue plays well politically as she faces criticism over her botched book launch.

With ‘Glorious,’ Kate Hudson fulfills her lifelong dream of making music

The actress Kate Hudson had always wanted to write her own music, but she didn’t have the courage until now. She talks with NPR’s Ari Shapiro about her debut album, Glorious.

Scottie Scheffler is arrested outside PGA Championship after interaction with police

Scheffler, who won the Masters last month, was arrested and charged after an interaction Friday morning with a police officer directing traffic into to the golf club where the PGA event is being held.

Biden focuses on outreach to Black Americans; Billie Eilish finds herself

President Biden will cap off a week of outreach to Black Americans with commencement at Morehouse College. Billie Eilish tells Morning Edition how she found herself on her newest album.

‘Morning Edition’ listeners share their favorite prom memories

It’s prom season! We hear from listeners about proms past and future.

The Biden administration is ending new leases in America’s top coal region

In response to a lawsuit from environmentalists, the Biden administration is ending new leases for coal mining on federal lands in the most productive part of America’s top coal producing state.

20 years ago Massachusetts became the first state to allow same-sex marriage

Just after midnight on May 17, 2004, same-sex couples began filling out marriage license applications at Cambridge City Hall. One married couple looks back on their wedding and how it’s gone since.

2 sisters remember who gave them the love they were missing in foster care

In the early 1950s, the mother of Irene Montoya and Linda Garcia was hospitalized for TB. For years the girls lived in neglectful foster homes. Finally, they landed in the home of an older couple.

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