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Las Vegas residents fight through the shock and fear of the mass shootings from the Mandalay Bay hotel Sunday night. Despite being traumatized, many showed up in long lines to give blood.

Mark Lacy, an audience member in the VIP section at the Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, witnessed the shooting at close range, and he even stood next to someone shot in the head. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Lacy, who stayed on the scene well into the early morning hours helping the injured.

Schanda Bennett was working her black jack table at the Hooters Casino Hotel during Sunday night's massacre. She tells NPR's Kelly McEvers concert goers, some injured, rushed into the casino.

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman about the mass shooting on the Strip that killed at least 58 people and injured some 515 people.

Sunrise Hospital was one of the main hospitals that received victims of Sunday's shooting in Las Vegas. Dr. Jeffrey Murawsky, the hospital's chief medical officer, talks to NPR's Kelly McEvers.

Puerto Rico's La Perla was the backdrop for the summer hit song "Despacito." Now, residents of the neighborhood are struggling to clean up after Hurricane Maria and say they have received little help.

Law enforcement authorities say a motive in Sunday's mass shooting in Las Vegas is unclear. Authorities are searching the suspect's home in Mesquite, Nev., for clues.

People with skin conditions like eczema need moisturizers to treat their dry, cracked and reddened skin. But research suggests many moisturizers are mislabeled and can make the skin conditions worse.

NPR's Michel Martin talks with Republican Bruce Bartlett, former adviser to President Ronald Reagan, who says tax cuts don't spur economic growth.

The Supreme Court will hear a case this week that could have repercussions on how politicians are elected throughout the country.




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