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On Wednesday Pizzaiuolo, the art of Neopolitan pizza-making, was added to UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The United Kingdom and the European Union have reached a breakthrough in the U.K.'s negotiations to leave the EU.
A white former South Carolina police officer received a 20-year prison sentence for killing an unarmed black man. Michael Slager fired eight times as Walter Scott ran away following a traffic stop.
We have the latest on negotiations on congressional efforts to avoid another government shutdown as the tax overhaul bill works its way through reconciliation.
Turkish writer Elif Shafak juggles politics, faith and feminism in her new novel set in Turkey and England. Steve Inskeep speaks with her about her book Three Daughters of Eve.
For some perspective on the current tax bill speeding through Congress, NPR's Rachel Martin talks to David Wessel of the Brookings Institution about the last major tax cuts, in the 1980s.
The wildfires in Southern California continue to grow, whipped by strong, hot Santa Ana winds.
Richard Klose of Laurel, Mont., got elected to city council, even though he didn't run for the job. He got three write-in votes out of 52 votes cast. He told the Billings Gazette he plans to take it.
Mississippi, a battleground in the struggle for civil rights, has been slow to embrace its racist past. A new state-funded museum tells the story.
Republican Rep. Trent Franks is the third member of Congress to announce his resignation in a week. Also, we have the latest on fires in California and the situation in Jerusalem.
Ahead of the 25th anniversary of a shooting incident at Simon's Rock college in Massachusetts, a father whose son was killed that day sits down with the man who pulled the trigger.
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Selling cars to the group that follows the millennials won't be easy. Instead of just making cars, automakers are trying to make a move, whether it's car-sharing, ride-hailing or self-driving.
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After federal immigration agents sent Maria Luis back to Guatemala, her kids went into the Nebraska foster system. It took her five years to get them back.
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Several Democratic senators have called for Al Franken to resign. Former Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile talks with Steve Inskeep about what Franken's decision means for the party.
Steve Inskeep talks with Diana Buttu, a former legal adviser to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, about how Palestinians are responding to President Trump's Jerusalem policy change.
The White House is making a push for the Republican tax overhaul effort. Rachel Martin talks with Marc Short, White House director of legislative affairs and deputy assistant to the president.
Hamas is calling for a new uprising against Israel after the U.S. recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Sen. Al Franken is expected to resign today after accusations of sexual misconduct. Former Clinton administration staffer Kirsten Powers tells Rachel Martin she welcomes his decision to step down.
A flight from New York City to Seattle had to make a stop in Billings, Mont., after the bathrooms stopped working.
California House members have sent a letter requesting $4.4 billion in federal wildfire relief. Steve Inskeep talks to Rep. Jeff Denham, one of the Republican lawmakers who signed the letter.