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- The Colonial Pipeline is restarting after a major cyber attack forced it to shut down, but impacts from the disruption are still being felt across the east coast. Israel continues it's fierce military offensive in Gaza, as Arab countries condemn the attacks. And, the Biden administration is expandin...Play13m 42s
- Dozens are dead as violence between Israelis and Palestinians intensifies. Israel launched more devastating airstrikes in Gaza as Hamas continues to respond with rockets. House Republicans will meet this morning to vote on whether to remove Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney from her leadership role....Play14m 44s
- The Food and Drug Administration authorized the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for kids ages 12 to 15. At least 24 Palestinians were killed when Israeli air strikes hit Gaza in the latest escalation after days of violence in Jerusalem. And, the hack of the Colonial Pipeline late last week forced the shut d...Play13m 34s
- With 43% of U.S. adults vaccinated, this week the FDA could decide to authorize the use of the Pfizer vaccine for 12-15 year-olds . Tensions remain high in Jerusalem following violent clashes between Israeli police and Palestinians over forced evictions making way for Israeli settlers. And, doctors...Play13m 59s
- On this week's bonus episode of Up First, host Steve Inskeep looks at how Americans can make democracy work for them. As part of NPR's series on democracy, Morning Edition visited Rochester, N.Y., to observe how the national debate around "defund the police" is playing out among city leaders.Play13m 51s
- Record COVID-19 infections in India lead to renewed calls for a nationwide lockdown. What does a weaker-than-expected jobs report mean for the U.S. economy? The FDA is expected to authorize the Pfizer vaccine for younger teens.Play13m 34s