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Wildfires have scorched hundreds of thousands of acres of Southern California. Residents who resisted calls to evacuate talk about living through the fires, and what "the new normal" looks like.
Republican lawmakers in the House and Senate say they have hammered out details of a final tax overhaul bill that they plan to pass next week.
Analysis by the Brennan Center for Justice, a public policy group, finds spending on state court races with elected judges is spiking, and that sources for many of the donations aren't transparent.
Rupert Murdoch keeps Fox News and Fox TV but sells off other entertainment assets in the face of digital competitors and dynastic tensions.
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Nick Roberts surprised his girlfriend Brianna with a pregnancy photo shoot — of him. He says he ate some fast food beforehand so he'd look "a little pregnant."
Gayla Peevey of Oklahoma was 10 when she recorded "I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas" in 1953. She was on hand in 2017 when a hippo was welcomed to the Oklahoma City zoo.
On Thursday in Tanzania, the bodies of 14 United Nations peacekeepers killed last week in Democratic Republic of the Congo have been honored in a ceremony.
What does a Republican loss in the Alabama Senate race mean for Republicans going forward? NPR's David Greene speaks with Republican strategist Alex Conant.
House and Senate Republicans have hammered out details of a final tax overhaul bill. Also, the FCC is set to repeal net neutrality rules, and an update on Tanzanian U.N. peacekeepers who were killed.
The Girl's Trip actress has had what seems like a meteoric rise over the last year: a blockbuster movie, a gig hosting Saturday Night Live, and now a new memoir, The Last Black Unicorn.
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The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan counted more than 700 alleged disappearances last year. Since 2001, the group estimates that as many as 10,000 people have gone missing.
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As the Democratic Party celebrates its win in red Alabama, some Democrats are calling for a shift in the party leadership. Steve Inskeep talks with Rep. Linda Sanchez of California.
Steve Inskeep talks with Larry Merlo, CEO of CVS Health, about his company's acquisition of the giant insurer Aetna.
The FCC is expected to repeal net neutrality regulations Thursday. Mitchell Baker of the Mozilla Foundation tells Steve Inskeep that the rules provide vital protections against Internet censorship.
The 2008 recession, wildfires and a logging boom have added up to a shortage of Christmas tree seedlings in the Pacific Northwest.
David Greene talks with Birmingham City Councilwoman Sheila Tyson about a well-organized get-out-the-vote effort that's credited with motivating black voters in Alabama.
Shop around. That's the advice of health insurance navigators for people seeking health policies on the Affordable Care Act's state and federal exchanges. Premiums have climbed but so have subsidies.
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On the fifth anniversary of an important Russian sanctions law, Bill Browder, who pushed for the law, says the Trump administration faces an opportunity to show strength — or leniency — to Putin.
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And half the world's population doesn't even have access to essential health services, according to a report from the World Bank and the World Health Organization.
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Republican political strategist Jeff Vreeland says according to exit poll data, middle-class, white GOP women defected in Tuesday's special election, citing sexual abuse allegations as a factor.