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More than half of Hong Kong respondents said yes. A Prudential Brokerage official told the South China Morning Post that some people are afraid of ghosts but more are afraid of sleeping on the street.
A year ago Wednesday, the Supreme Court upheld the Trump administration's travel ban on eight, mostly Muslim, countries. It has had life-altering implications for many families.
June is LGBTQ pride month, and some of the loudest and proudest people in those communities are drag queens. The TV show RuPaul's Drag Race has pushed drag culture into the mainstream.
As Congress moves forward with a $4.5 billion humanitarian aid bill to address the border crisis, migrants still arrive each day. But U.S. policy is beginning to shift the crisis to the Mexican side.
Thousands of people around the world took to social media Tuesday to honor Anthony Bourdain on what would have been his 63rd birthday. He took his own life last year.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Jon Gambrell of The Associated Press about the reaction inside Iran to newly imposed sanctions by the U.S.
After record flooding across the Midwest, some farmers are wrestling with whether to plant anything at all this season.
Democratic presidential candidates want to see who can be the most generous when it comes to alleviating higher education costs. Sen. Bernie Sanders aims to cancel $1.6 trillion in student loan debt.
The 2020 Democratic presidential debates kick off in Miami. It'll be crowded with 10 candidates taking the stage Wednesday night and another 10 Thursday night.
Trump senior adviser Jared Kushner has rolled out his vision for peace between Israelis and Palestinians. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks about it with Obama-era U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller to testify before House panels. Customs and Border Protection is under fire for migrant issues. And, the Democratic presidential debates get underway Wednesday.
Ever since a 17-year-old Lesley Gore sang it in 1963, the coolly mutinous song has moved women to reject passive femininity. Its writers, though, say there are layers of resistance in its words.
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Chef Jay Fai cooks everything herself over two blazing charcoal fires in the alley, using only the highest-quality ingredients to serve customers who are willing to wait several hours to nab a table.
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The Judiciary and Intelligence Committee chairmen announced that, after being subpoenaed, the Russian investigation special counsel agreed to appear at separate hearings on the same day.
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San Francisco supervisors say they need to protect kids and teens from becoming addicted to nicotine. The dominant vaping company, Juul, is headquartered in the city and hopes to overturn the ban.
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El Salvador's new president ran his campaign largely on social media and his first actions as president have been made through tweets. His supporters love it. His detractors describe it as autocratic.
NPR's Noel King talks to NPR's Tom Bowman and Adam Smith, a former senior advisor to the director of the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control, about U.S. actions against Iran.
Calvin Parker and Charles Hickson were fishing in 1973 when, they said, a UFO picked them up, examined them and let them go. There were skeptics. But now they're being honored with a plaque.
Roy and Brenda Pickard were holed up inside their home after two seagulls built a nest on their roof. Officials warn others to bird proof their homes.
Retired Army Staff Sgt. David Bellavia will be award the Medal of Honor Tuesday at the White House. He turned 29 years old the day his heroic act initially earned him a Silver Star in 2004