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September 19, 2020 | NPR · The Illinois Democrat, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee, told NPR's Weekend Edition he hopes some Republicans decline to fill the Ruth Bader Ginsburg vacancy before the election.
September 19, 2020 | NPR · Judges Amy Coney Barrett is considered to be the front-runner among the trio of federal appellate court judges. She was a finalist during the president's last high court selection.
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September 19, 2020 | NPR · The Democratic vice presidential nominee visited the court Saturday morning.
September 19, 2020 | NPR · Before he chaired the Senate Judiciary Committee, the South Carolina senator said a Supreme Court vacancy shouldn't be filled during an election year. His position has changed.
September 19, 2020 | NPR · In a tweet Saturday morning, the president seemed to imply that he wanted to put a new justice on the court before Election Day.

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September 19, 2020 | NPR · Lilliam Rivera's new young adult novel reimagines Orpheus and Eurydice as Afro-Latinx teens in New York, bringing something new to the old tale by giving Eurydice her own baggage and her own story.
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September 18, 2020 | NPR · There are writers on the longlist in five categories: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, translation and young people's literature. Two debut novels are in the running for the fiction prize.
September 18, 2020 | NPR · A few weeks ago, comedian John Early answered trivia questions about the Brady Bunch. So when cartoonist Keith Knight and his sister Tracy requested a Brady Bunch game, the research was already done.
September 18, 2020 | NPR · Cartoonist Keith Knight and his sister Tracy have to guess what comic strip a line of dialogue is from.

January 5, 2011

Flipping School Lunches with Recess

There’s generally less junk food available in schools these days. Vending machines offer healthier snacks, and lunchrooms are being encouraged to cook more nutritious meals. But research is showing that getting kids to eat healthier at school isn’t just about what they eat, but when. KCFR Health Reporter Eric Whitney has more.

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Filed under: Children & Youth,Education,Eric Whitney,Health — andrea @ 5:44 pm

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