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Every weekday for over three decades, Morning Edition has taken listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse.
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The Morning Edition (formerly Please Explain) brings you the story behind the story with the best journalists in Australia. Join host Samantha Selinger-Morris from the newsrooms of The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, weekdays from 5am.
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When, last week, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced a snap national election for early July, the derision came thick and fast. First, it was because he made his announcement, in front of 10 Downing Street, while being pelted with rain. Without an umbrella. But then came his first election promise.Should the Tories be elected, all 18 year …
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East Hampton Town officials say they’ve seen a trend emerging among property owners — they're building down rather than up. Joe Werkmeister reports on Newsday.com that last week, a committee that looked at the town’s zoning code outlined several recommendations before the town board that could curtail the size of new houses, if adopted. While curre…
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NPR's Leila Fadel talks to White House National Security Communications Adviser John Kirby about the countries recognizing Palestinian statehood. The U.S. has said it wants a two-state solution.द्वारा KUOW Staff
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Opposition leader Peter Dutton has immigration numbers squarely in his sights. Lower the number of immigrants in this country, he has said, and we will see an improvement with all sorts of social challenges. This won’t just help fix our dire housing crisis. But it will also help people get in to see a GP, and finally gain a spot for their child at …
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A new federal lawsuit alleges an East Hampton agency violated federal housing law by refusing to let a teenager with “mental health and other medical conditions” live with his emotional support dog for 19 months before reversing its stance. Joe Werkmeister reports on Newsday.com that the East Hampton Housing Authority repeatedly denied resident Ker…
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