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At least half of the U.S. men's ski jump team in the 2018 Winter Olympics may come from a flat, unlikely place: suburban Chicago.
The White House faces questions about its handling of domestic abuse allegations against top aide Rob Porter. He has resigned, but the White House initially defended him, prompting an uproar.
Markets across Europe and Asia have been following Wall Street with major losses this week. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with journalist Liam Halligan.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks with Alex Gansa, creator and executive director of the series Homeland, about the show's new season and how it has evolved to reflect the geopolitical landscape.
Stocks were down sharply on Thursday in a selloff that took the Dow Jones industrial average down more than 1,000 points.
A kid in Florida really wanted a stuffed animal from inside a claw machine — so much that he got inside, and got stuck. A firefighter rescued him quickly.
There's a lot of work that goes into shooting a movie or TV show in the streets of a city, including parking cars. Parking production assistants say they're undervalued and are now trying to unionize.
The federal government's funding lapsed after Sen. Rand Paul stalled a vote. Also, a look at recent swings in the stock market and how the fight against ISIS in Syria is getting more complicated.
When Jerry Nadeau, 72, a Vietnam vet, met his husband, John Banvard, 100, a World War II vet, neither had been openly gay. Together now for almost 25 years, each says he feels completed by the other.
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The case of a former CIA operative charged with retaining classified material casts light on China's robust spying in the United States.
We have the latest on federal budget negotiations after Sen. Rand Paul delayed a vote past midnight, triggering another government funding lapse.
The 2018 Winter Olympics are beginning in Pyeongchang, South Korea with an extravagant opening ceremony, which features the lighting of the Olympic flame and a showcase of South Korean culture.
Jazmine Fenlator is part of the first women's Jamaican bobsled team at the Winter Olympics. She speaks to Rachel Martin about what this moment means for women and for bringing diversity to the sport.
In one year, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has managed to transform the Justice Department in the areas of civil rights, immigration and drug policy.
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Understanding the molecular basis of major disorders such as autism, schizophrenia and bipolar is hopeful, because it could help in developing better treatments for them.
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Cliven Bundy is calling on other ranchers to rebel against the government after the collapse of a federal conspiracy case against him. But it's unclear how, or even if, other ranchers will respond.
Steve Inskeep talks to Republican Rep. Warren Davidson of Ohio about the Senate's federal spending deal that includes more money for the armed forces, disaster victims, infrastructure and more.
While chasing another vehicle, police in Fort Worth, Texas, spotted an SUV on the road with the Ghostbusters insignia. Turns out, it was some paranormal experts from Dallas.
An alleged robber in Alaska buried his coat in the snow so not to reveal his identity. Police found the coat, and following the tracks, found the only person not wearing a coat in February in Alaska.
In the 1980's California towns used local zoning rules to block offshore oil and gas drilling. State lawmakers are considering a similar strategy to push back against the Trump administration.
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