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President Trump convinced Guatemala to agree to keep asylum seekers from other countries rather than let them travel north. But it's unclear whether Guatemala can fulfill the deal.
The nation's intelligence agencies have designated one person to be in charge of coordinating the government's efforts to identify threats to U.S. elections.
"With stone carving, we give life to an edifice and perpetuate history. We're also creating a link with the past and transmitting values that are important to conserve in society," one student says.
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Humans first landed on the moon 50 years ago on July 20. Former astronaut Michael Collins was a member of the historic mission.
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NPR's Scott Simon speaks with ESPN's Howard Bryant about the 2019 baseball season so far and about Mariano Rivera, baseball's first unanimous Hall of Famer.
Vladimir Putin won re-election to a fourth term as president in a landslide last year. Now, protests are breaking out around the country as dissatisfaction with the government grows.
For Chris Bubenik of Asheville, N.C., Lisa Loeb's "Stay (I Missed You)" is an "amazing opus about finding yourself."
A unique gaming exercise allows girls to be generals for a day as part of an effort to boost women's participation in national security.
Immigrants, the children of immigrants and other people of color or those with minority backgrounds are often told to "go back" home. They share their stories.
NPR's Jackie Northam provides the latest update on the situation with Iran as tensions escalate with the United States and the United Kingdom.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, member of the House Intelligence Committee, about the scheduled hearings with special counsel Robert Mueller.
People on social media are mesmerized by the preview for the movie that is based on the Broadway musical. And they just kept watching it again and again.
Fans of World Wrestling Entertainment say the story plots and matches are boring. NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Forbes sportswriter Alfred Konuwa about the drop in viewership.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Tim Hauck of The Peregrine Fund about the hatching of the 1,000th California condor since the late 1980s, when conservation efforts began.
Twenty states now require sexual abuse prevention education as early as preschool. Educators say it's up to adults to know the signs and symptoms of abuse — and teach behaviors that could prevent it.
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In defending the president's racist tweets, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy declared, "We are the party of Lincoln." NPR's Scott Simon contends President Lincoln would object.
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President Trump's Sunday tweets, his doubling down and then his attempt to distance himself dominated the political news cycle.
When it's super hot, sometimes cold thoughts is all you've got. Three NPR colleagues offer suggestions on what to watch, hear and read to get in a chilled state of mind.
The Trump administration issued a new rule requiring migrants to seek protection in another country they travel through before asking for asylum in the U.S.
Tropical Storm Barry approached hurricane strength on Saturday as it moved toward New Orleans.