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French President Emmanuel Macron is trying to win a second presidential term. But he's got to beat out a list of contenders, including a new figure on the far-right. Rebecca Rosman is in Paris with the story.

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Today, Amazon warehouse workers in New York plan to take the first formal step toward forming a union. The move could potentially affect thousands of employees at Amazon facilities on Staten Island. We should note, Amazon is among NPR's sponsors.

Tens of thousands of people from Hong Kong have applied to live in Britain to escape Beijing's tightening authoritarian grip, and to take advantage of an open-door immigration policy by the U.K.

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And we're joined now by U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy. Surgeon General, welcome back to the program.

VIVEK MURTHY: Well, thank you so much Steve. It's nice to be with you again.

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