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"I'm a breaking news reporter for NPR, where I report stories for the web and the radio, frequently on cities, technology, policy, and criminal justice."
Articles from Laurel Wamsley

New Zealand’s Ardern Calls On Social Media Companies To Stem Terrorist Content

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– New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she was one of many who saw horrifying footage of the March 15 terrorist attacks in...

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San Francisco Police Raid Journalist’s Home After He Refuses To Name Source

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– Police obtained a warrant to search the home of freelance videographer Bryan Carmody, as part of an investigation into a leaked police report...

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Amid Chaos, Alabama Senate Postpones Vote On Nation’s Strictest Abortion Ban

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– Shouting broke out on the floor when a rape and incest exemption was removed without a roll call vote. “I want the people...

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Uber And Lyft Drivers Are Striking And Call On Passengers To Boycott

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– Strike organizers timed the action to draw attention to drivers’ wage cuts and persistent job insecurity ahead of Uber’s IPO on Friday, when...

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Boeing Knew About 737 Max Sensor Problem Before Plane Crash In Indonesia

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– Engineers at the company discovered a problem with a key safety indicator light within months of the first deliveries of 737 Max.But it...

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Bump Stock Ban Proceeds After Supreme Court Denies Gun Advocates’ Request To Halt It

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– Gun rights groups had a sought a hold on the ban, which went into effect on Tuesday. The court denied the second such...

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