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Mexico has an earthquake early warning system that gives people time to take cover. But that system didn't work when a 7.1 magnitude quake struck Mexico City, killing hundreds of people.
President Trump threatened to cut off aid to Palestinians unless they return to the negotiating table. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with former Palestinian negotiator Diana Buttu.
Author Sam Graham-Felsen was the chief blogger for the Obama campaign in 2008. His debut novel is a coming-of-age story that grapples with race in America.
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The magazine's 19th annual music issue and CD proves there's more to the Bluegrass state than Loretta Lynn and coal mines.
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It's been a banner year in space. We hear about 2017's biggest highlights, including the "Great American Eclipse" and NASA's Cassini spacecraft.
What will you be drinking to celebrate the new year? We asked you to send us your weirdest cocktail recipes.
Nepal has barred solo climbers on its mountains, including Mount Everest, in an attempt to make mountaineering safer and to decrease deaths.
Guest host Lauren Frayer talks with three people who share their stories about "paying it forward" — acts of kindness and generosity that spread from person to person.
Guest host Lauren Frayer talks with feminist organizer Irantzu Varela about the uproar in Spain over the trial of five men accused of gang raping a teenager at last year's Running of the Bulls.
On Monday transgender people will be allowed to enlist in the military. Aaron Belkin of The Palm Center tells guest host Lauren Frayer about new guidelines issued for how to treat potential enlistees.
In Iran, anti-government protests are in their fourth day. At least two protesters were killed Saturday night. The government is blaming the unrest on what it calls "foreign agents."
South Sudan is suffering one of the gravest humanitarian crises in the world. The government and rebel groups recently agreed to a ceasefire, but the fighting goes on.
President Trump gave an interview to The New York Times at his Florida golf club this past week, showing he's still focused on the Russia investigation and his own role in the news cycle.
While Apple's apologies and response to its slowing down of older phones might help on the public relations front, the legal issues are another matter.
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A viral tweet from Phil Collins suggests people cue up his song "In the Air Tonight" so the iconic drum fill rings out at midnight. The Twitterverse offered up plenty of other musical suggestions.
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NPR's Lauren Frayer and New York Times crossword editor Will Shortz quiz Nick English of Chapel Hill, N.C., on names we probably hadn't known until this year.
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Felix Contreras from Alt.Latino suggests alternative Latin music for your New Year's Eve festivities.
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When 5-year-old TyLon Pittman became concerned that the Grinch was going to steal Christmas for everybody in Byram, Miss., he called the police. An officer responded so TyLon knew Christmas was safe.
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Listeners share some announcements they plan to make this holiday season, as well as why they've decided to use this particular time of year to make them.
In Spain, El Gordo — the fat one — doesn't refer to Santa Claus during the holiday season. Instead it's the Christmas lottery, and three-quarters of Spaniards buy tickets each year.