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Recent tariffs on Canadian newsprint are hurting U.S. newspapers, potentially triggering further job cuts and consolidation. The duties of up to 32 percent come after a complaint from a single U.S. supplier, and are opposed by the domestic paper industry trade group.
It's still unclear what Starbucks' unconscious bias trainings will entail. But to get an idea of what existing workshops look like, NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Alexis McGill Johnson of the Perception Institute.
Bernie Dalton had a dream to make music, but when he was diagnosed with ALS, he was even more determined. Without the use of his limbs or his voice, Dalton and his friends made one of the most moving entries in this year's Tiny Desk Contest.
The U.S. Justice Department is opposing the proposed merger of AT&T and Time Warner arguing it will weaken competition and harm consumers. AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson took the stand Tuesday to argue that the merger will benefit both the companies and the public.
Former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who claims to have had a 10-month affair with President Trump, has settled a lawsuit that kept her from publicly discussing the alleged relationship. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Peter Stris, her lawyer.
As Cuba transitions to a new president, hundreds of thousands of Cuban-Americans look on from afar. NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Cuban-American filmmaker LeAnne Russell about how the younger generation sees the island's succession of power.