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French authorities say they're using this solution to try to supplement existing toilets in heavily congested areas where there are urine issues.
The New York primary is next week, and polls suggest Gov. Andrew Cuomo has a big lead over actor Cynthia Nixon. But upset victories over the party establishment have given Nixon's campaign hope.
Talks to try to slow down an expected government ground offensive against the rebel-held Idlib region failed last week. Now eyes are on the threat facing millions of civilians in the path.
Scientists say one of the biggest threats posed by Hurricane Florence is rain. The Trump White House takes credit for a strong economy. Millions of Syrians could be in the path of a bombing campaign.
Citi Bike angel Joe Miller has covered more than 12,000 miles on ride-share bikes in New York City in a quest to earn points by ferrying bikes to where others need them.
Rachel Martin talks to Jim and Evelyn Piazza, who are campaigning to end hazing nationwide after their son Timothy suffered fatal injuries during a hazing ritual last year at a Penn State fraternity.
Is the economy reaping the rewards of trends from the Obama era? On Monday, the White House took credit for a strong American economy.
Rachel Martin talks to London-based writer Tobi Oredein about how she believes racism and sexism drove the call from umpire Carlos Ramos against Serena Williams at the U.S. Open women's final.
About half of registered voters don't go to the polls. In El Paso, nearly a quarter of people live in poverty and are uninsured, yet many say they don't have the time or the will to cast a ballot.
West Virginia's four sitting justices on the state's Supreme Court of Appeals face impeachment proceedings beginning Tuesday for allegations of corruption, incompetence and neglect of duty.
In the second part of Steve Inskeep's interview with former independent counsel Kenneth Starr, Starr reflects on impeachment. His new book is called: Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation.
Hurricane Florence — large, slow and full of moisture — is threatening to inundate the Southeast. It's a type of storm that's getting more likely to form.
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Don Gonyea visits musician Lee Greenwood to talk about the song that, after three decades in political campaigns, might be more popular than "Hail to the Chief."
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When it comes to social media, many Venezuelans choose to self-censor. But for others, social media can be a lifeline. One pharmacist uses Twitter to help people find scarce medicines.
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Rachel Martin talks to veteran journalist Bob Woodward about his new book. Excerpts from Fear: Trump in the White House have drawn sharp rebukes from President Trump and members of his administration.
The memorial in Pennsylvania is an enormous sculpture of wind chimes leading to the sky — each one echoing the voices of those who were killed. Tuesday is the 17th anniversary of the terror attacks.
Officer Amber Guyger, who is white, has told investigators that she mistakenly believed she had entered her own home. She was arrested on manslaughter charges and later released on bond.
Two months out from midterms, former President Obama has appeared on the campaign trail to stump for Democrats, as President Trump continues to support Republican candidates.
A man and woman were driving together when police pulled them over. They asked the man if he had anything to say for himself. And he did: He asked his girlfriend to marry him.
The high school senior from Ocean Springs, Miss., was named homecoming queen right before her team's football game. Later, she kicked the extra point that led her team to victory.