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A behavioral scientist's advice for changing your life

When's the best time to start a new habit? And what makes some stick while others fall by the wayside? Behavioral scientist Katy Milkman's new book, How to Change, breaks down the research about how to leverage human nature instead of working against it to achieve your goals.

A behavioral scientist's advice for changing your life

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Send in the clones: using artificial intelligence to digitally replicate human voices

Thanks to advances in artificial intelligence, it's never been easier or more affordable to make a perfect facsimile of a human voice: a celebrity, a world leader or even a public-radio reporter.

A man wearing a face mask to curb the spread of coronavirus, sits on a bench as pedestrians walk outside Evangelismos hospital in Athens, Greece, Monday, Jan. 17, 2022. Thanassis Stavrakis/AP hide caption

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In Greece, unvaccinated people ages 60 and up now face monthly fines

The nation imposed the new mandate on Monday as it looks to bring its vaccination rate closer in line with the EU average. The unvaccinated will face penalties starting at 50 euros, or roughly $57.

Jose Zacarias (left) shows his long-time friend Tar Macias the mural on the side of his building. Macias has been delivering his bilingual newspaper to the town for about 20 years. The two men talk about how the city has changed over that time. Kassidy Arena/IPR hide caption

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Iowa town translates its diverse population into a majority Latino city council

About ten years ago, West Liberty became Iowa's first majority Hispanic city. The eastern Iowa town is not the first challenge to the concept of a homogenous white rural America — in fact, in 2020, nearly a quarter of rural Americans were people of color, and the numbers are growing.

A man cries over his mother's grave in the Nossa Senhora Aparecida cemetery, in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil, on Sept. 29, 2020. Iris Gonçalves Alves died at age 54 the previous day from COVID-19, according to the information on her burial record. During the worst times of the pandemic in Manaus, only three relatives could attend a burial in its cemeteries. Raphael Alves hide caption

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What happens when isolation goes beyond a pandemic

Photographer Raphael Alves documented how socioeconomic issues worsen the COVID-19 pandemic in the state of Amazonas, Brazil.

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Netanyahu is in talks to reach a plea bargain in corruption trial

Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who's on trial for corruption, is in talks to reach a plea bargain. If it goes forward, it could force him to take a break from politics.

Netanyahu in talks to reach plea bargain in corruption trial

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A newly released Census Bureau email written during former President Donald Trump's administration — when Wilbur Ross, shown at a 2020 congressional hearing in Washington, D.C., served as the commerce secretary overseeing the census — details how officials interfered with the national head count. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Trump officials interfered with the 2020 census beyond cutting it short, email shows

The email details the scope of the former administration's attempts to tamper with the count, including pressuring the Census Bureau to alter plans for protecting privacy and producing accurate data.

In this Jan. 30 2017, file photo, University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel speaks during a ceremony at the university, in Ann Arbor, Mich. Schlissel has been removed as president of the University of Michigan due to the alleged "inappropriate relationship with a University employee," the school said. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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University of Michigan fires its president after investigation into an alleged affair

The university said Mark Schlissel was removed as president due to an alleged "inappropriate relationship with a university employee."