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Penny Young Nance, president of Concerned Women for America, a conservative evangelical group, talks with Steve Inskeep about sexual assault allegations against Roy Moore and Alabama's Senate race.
Israel's prime minister said that Palestinians must "come to grips" with Jerusalem as Israel's capital. President Trump's declaration last week triggered protests in the Middle East.
An experiment with 6-year-olds found they worked harder doing a repetitive task when they pretended to be Batman or Dora the Explorer.
A Six Flags amusement park in Georgia had planned a massive "snowball fight" but without real snow. Then it actually snowed and the park closed.
As voters in Alabama prepare to elect a new senator, we look at the potential consequences. Also, an update on fires in California and the contested election in Honduras.
President Trump has promised to increase military spending. Rachel Martin talks to retired Army Col. Peter Mansoor about whether that spending is possible under the Republican tax plan.
California fires are spreading to the coast, threatening the suburbs of Santa Barbara. We have the latest on the high-speed winds that are fanning the flames.
Voters in Alabama go to the polls Tuesday to elect a new senator. Kyle Whitmire, political columnist for AL.com, talks with Rachel Martin about what's at stake.
A drive to better understand ourselves and the people around us has led to the creation of a thriving industry built around personality testing.
Dollar General stores thrive in low-income rural towns, and the deep-discount chain has opened hundreds of new shops in the past year.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Miami Beach City Commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez, who is proposing a bill to protect hotel employees from sexual harassment.
After losing their child in the Newtown shooting five years ago, two scientists are working to identify the neurological roots of violence and antisocial behavior.
Many marketing claims about the potential benefits of probiotics have raced ahead of the science, say researchers who are now trying to catch up. One NIH study is investigating kids' gut microbes.
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A new proposed curriculum for Hong Kong schools is missing key parts of modern Chinese history. The struggle over education is the latest battle with China over how the city is governed.
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The United Nations says 14 U.N. peacekeepers are dead and at least 50 others have been injured in an attack Thursday in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
As the weekend begins in Jerusalem, the region is bracing for protests in reaction to President Trump's change in U.S. policy.
This week, one Senator quoted the singer Meat Loaf during a committee hearing. That set off an all-out Meat Loaf quotation battle among the lawmakers.
Rachel Martin talks with former Obama administration Justice Department official Vanita Gupta about the conviction of a white South Carolina police officer shooting and killing an unarmed black man.
Colleges and universities across the country are expected to be hit hard by the Republican tax plan. The House and Senate bills differ in important ways, but both would mean big changes for higher ed.
Sen. Al Franken's resignation creates a political opening in Minnesota. Margie Omero, Democratic pollster and partner at GBA Strategies, joins David Greene for a look at Democrats' strategy.