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Here is what scientists are doing to save Florida's coral reef before it's too late

Florida's barrier reef has lost 95% of its coral over the last half-century. Researchers, activists and government agencies are working to restore the reefs and ensure their long-term survival.

Pablo Eisenberg, who died last month, urged deep-pocketed donors to give away even more and spend their money where it is most needed. Idit Knaan, The Chronicle of Philanthropy hide caption

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Pablo Eisenberg, a fierce critic of nonprofits and philanthropy, died at age 90

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Gregg Berhalter, head coach of United States team, looks on during a training session on Monday in Doha, Qatar. The U.S. faces Iran in a crucial match on Tuesday. Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images hide caption

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What's at stake as the U.S. faces Iran at the World Cup

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U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas testifies before a Senate subcommittee on homeland security on Capitol Hill on May 4. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images hide caption

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A fight over how to enforce immigration laws reaches the Supreme Court

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Kevin Davenport, an aquarist and coral biologist, feeds krill to growing corals in a warehouse for growing and rehabilitating coral populations in Orlando, Fla., on Sept. 13. Zack Wittman for NPR hide caption

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Here is what scientists are doing to save Florida's coral reef before it's too late

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People wait in line to vote on Election Day 2020 in Tombstone, Ariz., in Cochise County. The county's Republican-led leadership has voted to delay certifying its 2022 election results, despite a state deadline on Monday. Ariana Drehsler/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Counties in Arizona, Pennsylvania fail to certify election results by legal deadlines

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Republican Monica De La Cruz-Hernandez flipped the 15th House Congressional District in one of Texas' only remaining competitive districts. In this file photo, she talks in her office in Alamo, Texas, July 8, 2021. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Republicans make marginal gains in South Texas as Democratic power wanes

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