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A Florida man bought real estate online, paying what seemed like a bargain: about $9,000 for what was advertised as a villa. It was a strip of land between two actual villas
Author Harriet Lye says her cousin in England told her colleagues that she wanted a Mariah Carey birthday cake. Instead, she got a cake featuring physicist and chemist Marie Curie.
U.S. to send additional 1,000 troops to the Middle East. President Trump to kick off his re-election campaign in Florida. African migrants have been streaming through Mexico to seek asylum in the U.S.
Steve Inskeep talks to retired Admiral William McRaven about the prospects for war with Iran. McRaven, who spent four decades as a Navy SEAL, oversaw the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
Cleveland wasn't the first city to have a river burn, but it was the first to get widespread attention. That 1969 blaze helped spur environmental regulations.
President Trump filed official paperwork to run for a second term on Inauguration Day. Even though he's held dozens of rallies, he kicks off his reelection campaign in Florida on Tuesday.
Whale watching companies are sometimes accused of "loving whales to death." The dispute is especially bitter involving the critically endangered orcas off the coast of Washington state.
You know that feeling you get when a dog looks into your face and either looks really sad or kind of confused? Scientists say they've figured out why they do that, and why it makes us melt.
It seems like almost every Democratic presidential candidate has a proposal for addressing the affordable housing shortage. That is something that's seldom, if ever, occurred before.
Noel King talks to Gail Ross, COO of Krimson Klover, about what she plans to say during public hearings on the Trump administration's proposal to place additional tariffs on Chinese imports.
Emerging country musician Orville Peck, who is gay, only appears in public in a cowboy hat and mask, and his voice has earned favorable comparisons to Roy Orbison, Chris Isaak and Elvis Presley.
A high school in Dubuque, Iowa, gives students physical education credit when they go out into the community and do yard work for community members who are older or disabled.
One of the major questions on everyone's mind at this year's Paris Air Show is the future prospects of Boeing after the grounding of the 737 Max jets.
Latin American refugees are not the only ones seeking asylum at the U.S. southern border. A record number of African migrants are traveling up through Mexico, seeking asylum at U.S. ports of entry.
Recent protests are a reminder that Hong Kong has long been considered a thorn in Beijing's side. NPR's Noel King talks to David Rennie of The Economist about Hong Kong's relationship with Beijing.
A fan edit of smash hit Avengers: Endgame circulating online has cut out anything deemed feminist or homosexual. Such "defeminized edits" are now standard in some corners of fandom.
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Vanderbilt, the mother of CNN journalist Anderson Cooper, was known for vivid paintings and collages, and for designing glamorous jeans.
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NPR's Noel King talks to retired Gen. Jack Keane, former vice chief of staff of the U.S. Army, about how the Pentagon is responding to last week's oil tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman.
Entrepreneurs are eager to find substitutes for plastic that naturally degrade. One option is a "natural" plastic made by microbes and then eaten by them. But the process is still in early days.
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William Wagner couldn't go to his high school graduation ceremony because he went to fight in the war. Over the weekend, his son arranged for him to walk the stage at Tilden High School in Chicago.