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With students who survived a school shooting in the gallery, Florida lawmakers on Tuesday voted down a bill to ban assault-style rifles. GOP Gov. Rick Scott says everything is on the table.
One of the most influential religious figures of the 20th century, he radically changed the face of born-again Christianity from fundamentalism to a more embracing evangelicalism.
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The band O.A.R is short for Of a Revolution. It also stands for Olympic athletes from Russia which is how Russian athletes are referred to because they can't compete under the Russian flag.
New Yorker Bruce Lee was delivering orders when he said his Waze navigation aid misguided him. He biked into the Lincoln Tunnel but was arrested because bikes are banned from the tunnel.
Florida's House rejected a measure banning assault-style rifles, like the one used in last week's shooting. The president is directing the Justice Department to develop regulations to ban bump stocks.
Bret Schafer of the Alliance for Securing Democracy tracks activity of Russia-linked social media bots, trolls and influencers. He talks to Steve Inskeep about the topics those bots focus on.
An outside legal review of NPR's handling of allegations against former top news executive Michael Oreskes found that questions were raised about his behavior even before he was hired.
It appears the Kurds of northwestern Iraq, who get backing from the U.S., are making a deal with the Syrian regime. They want regime forces to protect them from a Turkish invasion.
The U.S. skiing star won a bronze medal in what was likely the last Olympic downhill of her career. Italy took gold and Norway silver. Vonn, 33, is the oldest female Alpine medalist at an Olympics.
School shootings have become the new norm. As a result, schools have been upgrading security. Education officials, however are recognizing that no place can be 100 percent safe.
DREAMers Miriam Gonzalez Avila and Abigail Gonzalez are paying attention to the immigration debate. One is covered under DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy, but the other isn't.
Busloads of students from Stoneman Douglas High School are in Florida's capital to meet with legislators about gun issues, including Sen. Kevin Rader, who's district includes Parkland.
In January 1968, the FCC and AT&T announced a plan for an emergency telephone number. But the Alabama Telephone Company decided to get out ahead of the feds and set up its own system.
President Trump said he's signed a memo directing the Justice Department to develop regulations to ban bump stocks, as Florida students press state legislators on passing new gun control measures.
Far-right parties are campaigning for the March 4 elections, and they're not the only ones heightening the rhetoric against foreigners.
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More than a third of patients with cancer of the esophagus responded to experimental treatment in China with the gene-editing technique CRISPR. Several CRISPR studies are underway there.
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The young musician, whose career has begun to fully blossom, charts his own course, with successful stops at the Tchaikovsky Competition and Harvard University.
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This time, a lawyer who worked with Ukraine lobbyists Paul Manafort and Rick Gates is acknowledging he lied to the FBI. It's part of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
This endorsement is the latest chapter in a complicated political relationship. President Trump said Mitt Romney "will make a great senator." Romney tweeted back that he accepts the endorsement.
Some Damascus suburbs have seen rebel fighting and government bombs for years. Now a suburb called Eastern Ghouta is the scene of a massive bombardment by government forces and their allies.