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In a speech on Monday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. will impose strong sanctions against Iran if a long list of demands is not met.
A gunman killed eight students and two teachers at Santa Fe High School outside Houston — and scarred hundreds, perhaps thousands more.
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David Greene talks to former U.S. Attorney Michael Moore about President Trump saying he'll insist on an investigation into whether the FBI infiltrated his 2016 campaign for political purposes.
Police near Cleveland got a call at 5 a.m. — a man thought a pig was following him. Officers thought he may have had too much to drink. They responded, and the sober man was being followed by a pig.
Ben Bender of Zanesville played golf most of his life, and at last decided it was his final round. That final round was when he hit his first hole-in-one.
A Palestinian surgeon failed to convince his brother to stay away from the Gaza border protests. Then in the operating room, he failed to save his wounded brother's life.
Two Democratic candidates in Texas who are facing off in the 7th congressional district's primary have very different views for how to flip the seat from Republican control.
Venezuela held a presidential election on Sunday as the country struggles with inflation and food shortages. Preliminary results indicate President Maduro has won a second term.
The VA's caregiver program provides a stipend to family members of disabled vets to provide home health care. NPR revealed numerous VA centers were ejecting hundreds of people from the program.
Trump says he'll order an investigation into whether the FBI and the DOJ "infiltrated or surveilled" his campaign "for political purposes." And, a follow-up to the deadly school shooting in Texas.
Trump's administration is moving to limit who can get asylum in the U.S. Attorney General Sessions has intervened in a Carolina woman's case, questioning whether she and others deserve protection.
President Trump says he will insist that the Justice Department investigate whether his 2016 campaign was infiltrated by the DOJ or FBI for political purposes.
Morissette's multi-million-selling breakout album has been transformed into a musical for the stage by its creator and Diane Paulus' American Repertory Theater at Harvard.
David Greene talks to Les Bernal, who heads the group Stop Predatory Gambling, about last week's Supreme Court decision that threw out a law that prevented most states from legalizing sports betting.
The Vegas Golden Knights, an expansion NHL team in its first season, beat all the odds and made it to the finals of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the U.S. and China have agreed on a trade framework. Steve Inskeep talks to William Zarit, head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Beijing.
The British-born artist developed a fondness for American country music in her teens. At just 20 years old, the NPR Music Slingshot artist's new single is starting to break big in the U.S.
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Many doctors in the U.S. say the practice puts an infant at risk of sleep-related death. A close look at the research reveals a different picture.
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NPR's David Greene talks to Houston Public Media's Davis Land about reports of a gunman at a high school in Texas. The school was put on lockdown. A suspect is in custody, local media say.
Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of Susan B. Anthony List, responds to news that the White House will revive a rule to bar groups that provide abortions from receiving federal funds.