Today on All Things Considered from NPR News:
- Voter suppression tactics have changed, but advocates say the goal is still to keep minorities from the polls.
- Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor says she has the beginning stages of dementia and will step back from public life.
- Buying a lottery ticket is a bad deal. The odds are against you, even with a giant pot. One man figured out how to flip the odds...by buying all the tickets.
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