Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai launched his net neutrality repeal campaign in a speech Wednesday in Washington, D.C. Eric Thayer/Getty Images hide caption

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Poultry workers at major U.S. meat-processing plants are highly susceptible to repetitive-motion injuries, denied bathroom breaks and are most often immigrants and refugees. Earl Dotter/Oxfam hide caption

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Looters load up a car at the Viva shopping center near a billowing fire during the rioting that erupted in Los Angeles on April 29, 1992, after a jury found four Los Angeles Police Department officers not guilty in the beating of Rodney King. Ron Eisenbeg/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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From The Archives: NPR Reports On Looting

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Portugal Basks In Post-Bailout Economic Revival

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The Energy Star program started in 1992 to rate the efficiency of computer monitors and now covers dozens of product categories. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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Recordings Reveal That Baby Humpback Whales 'Whisper' To Their Mothers

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Doctors have known for a long time that alcohol consumption can cause heart problems. Researchers in Germany used the Oktoberfest beer festival to link binge drinking to abnormal heart rhythms. Dan Herrick/Lonely Planet Images/Getty Images hide caption

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President Obama designated the Bears Ears National Monument in December. Here, the namesake "bears ears" are pictured from Cedar Mesa, in the southeast Utah high desert. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Trump To Sign Executive Order That Could Shrink National Monuments

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