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Monday, September 19: Queen Elizabeth's funeral service Queen Elizabeth's funeral service is taking place at Westminster Abbey in London, with President Biden and other world leaders attending. The queen died on Sept. 8 at age 96. She had served as queen since 1952. Watch the events honoring her reign live. (Photo: Annette Weston Riggs, Public Radio East) / Beacon of Hope: Iconic lighthouse will soon see repairs, new nonprofit also raising funds Annette Weston-Riggs A newly-formed eastern North Carolina nonprofit is taking action to help save Cape Lookout, while the National Park Service has major repairs to the lighthouse in its sights. NOAA/STAR Hundreds still displaced after Hurricanes Matthew and Florence after state program fails to meet expectations Celeste Gracia, WUNC Ethan Hyman/Raleigh News & Observer / TNS via Getty Images Two new ENC manufacturing sites touted by governor's office Kelly Batchelor Organization calling for more transparency from DEQ after toxic foam spill at North Carolina biogas facility Annette Weston-Riggs After being dropped, vets and their caregivers may remain in VA program Quil Lawrence Veterans and their caregivers who are part of a popular Department of Veterans Affairs program are breathing easier after a three-year grace period on unenrollment was announced. Americans are paying more and getting less as inflation hits home Scott Horsley Rising inflation has meant fewer restaurant meals, getaways and even doctor visits for many Americans, as nearly 4 in 10 say their family finances have gotten worse in the last year. Latest from NPR A former national security official explores what could be next in the Ukraine war Michel Martin Following the recent success of Ukrainian forces, NPR's Michel Martin asks retired U.S. Army Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman about what he thinks will happen next in Russia's war against Ukraine. A new surge in violence in the West Bank is worrying the Biden administration Daniel Estrin Israel has escalated military arrests and raids in the West Bank as a new cohort of Palestinian militants seems to be gaining strength. Scores of Palestinians have been killed. Hurricane Fiona is moving over Puerto Rico, which has lost all of its electricity Adrian Florido The National Hurricane Center says the eye of Hurricane Fiona has officially made landfall in Puerto Rico. It lands just after the entire island lost power due to the storm. A North Carolina trial could change jury selection in death penalty trials Michel Martin NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Henderson Hill, senior counsel at the ACLU, about his motion against the use of "death qualification" to disqualify opponents of capital punishment. Take a musical moment for singer Rina Sawayama's new album Laura Snapes, music editor for The Guardian, reviews Sawayama's "Hold the Girl." A recent skirmish over free speech involved high school students and their adviser Michel Martin NPR's Michel Martins speaks with attorney Hadar Harris of the Student Law Press Center about a high school adviser who refused to censor her student's published work. They escape political and economic chaos — and rise as sommeliers Michel Martin In a new documentary, four refugees from Zimbabwe compete in an international wine tasting competition. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with sommelier Tinashe Nyamudoka about "Blind Ambition." South African actress Thuso Mbedu on playing a 19th century warrior in 'The Woman King' Ayesha Rascoe NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with South African actress Thuso Mbedu about her role in "The Woman King," a new movie about woman warriors in 19th century West Africa. Democrats are boosting far-right opponents they think will be easier to beat Laura Benshoff Some Democrats running for governor spent money boosting their far-right opponents ahead of the primary, thinking they'd be easier to beat in the general. The strategy is riskier in swing states. End of an era for tennis as Serena Williams and Roger Federer announce retirement Ayesha Rascoe NPR's Ayesha Rascoe talks with ESPN's Chris Fowler about what the retirements of two tennis stars, Serena Williams and Roger Federer, mean for the sport. Load More Learn More FEMA / Tips For Emergency Preparedness Being prepared before a tropical storm or hurricane impacts eastern North Carolina can help keep you and your family safe. Here's information on forming…
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