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Notre Dame Cathedral caught fire Monday and was badly damaged. Officials are expressing hope they can save a cathedral that's stood at the heart of France's capital for eight centuries.
What does it mean to be a normal person? It's the question a the heart of the new book — "Normal People" — from the acclaimed Irish novelist Sally Rooney. She talks to NPR's Rachel Martin.
A number of 2020 Democratic presidential candidate are putting out several years of their tax returns returns — that's much earlier than presidential hopefuls have in past campaigns.
The powerful gene-editing technique is moving out of the lab and into the clinic. Trials will use CRISPR to try to treat a variety of diseases, ranging from cancer and blindness to blood disorders.
The U.S., North and South Koreas have said they're willing to hold more talks to try to resolve the nuclear crisis. At the same time, the prospects for a diplomatic breakthrough are looking slim.
The French are hopeful they can save the cathedral, which has stood for eight centuries. Democratic presidential contenders are releasing their tax returns. Data show U.S. measles cases are surging.
After a second 737 Max jet crashed in Ethiopia, it took Boeing weeks to speak openly about the role its flight control software may have played. Critics say that's too long.
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Julian Assange probably won't have access to his laptop computer for a while, but that may not mean that the organization he created won't still release secrets and, potentially, affect elections.
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No Republican presidential candidate has claimed the state's 10 Electoral College votes since Richard Nixon in 1972 — the longest blue streak in the country.
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Tiny fragments broken down from larger pieces of plastic have already been found in rivers, lakes, oceans and in agricultural soil. But very few studies of wind-borne microplastic have ever been done.
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Sudan is undergoing a period of political chaos after a military coup unseated the autocratic president, Omar al-Bashir. Protesters are demanding that civilians run the government.
The Internal Revenue Service's budget has been cut sharply over the last decade. That means fewer audits and a growing likelihood that other taxpayers are not paying what they owe.
Steve Inskeep talks to Jonathan Meyer, deputy general counsel in the Department of Homeland Security under President Obama, about the possibility migrants might be transferred to sanctuary cities.
The man, 40, moved in with his parents after a divorce. When he moved out, his parents shipped his things — but not his pornography collection. The father says he did his son a "favor."
On a recent flight, someone bumped into flight attendant Maddie Peters. Her tray of drinks went airborne. Half directly onto Doug Parker's lap, who is the CEO of American Airlines.
Tiger Woods won his fifth Masters title on Sunday, marking an incredible comeback from injury and personal hardship that ended a nearly 11-year championship drought.
After some stinging losses in local elections, Turkey's ruling party is trying to revive the economy. But that'll be difficult as long as President Erdogan doesn't want to share power.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Capitol Police will examine threats to Rep. Ilhan Omar's security, following a tweet from President Trump blasting her for comments she made about the Sept. 11 attacks.
Supporters of Britain leaving the European Union say they are often vilified as racists or xenophobes. Some of them have formed a support group to share their opinions and provide a safe space.