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If recent violent events have left you upset and scared, you're not alone. But psychologists say, there are ways to help yourselves and those you love overcome fear and move forward.
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The Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Oregon has been without safe drinking water since late May, and some people don't have any running water at all.
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President Trump says he is talking to top congressional leaders about gun control. He told reporters, "We will see where NRA will be but we need meaningful background checks."
The wife of an American citizen being held in an Iranian prison is calling on the Trump administration to do more to free her husband.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks with White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley about gun control proposals.
In London, people can drop off plants at a "hotel" to take care of them while they are on vacation.
A Florida boy called 911 saying he was hungry and wanted to order a pizza. The police used it as a teaching moment, then went out and bought and delivered one.
From movie royalty to a junkyard to the world's preeminent movie museum — the last replica shark from the classic Jaws has been salvaged, restored and is as terrifying as ever.
'90s teen TV soap Beverly Hills, 90210 is back. Only it's not exactly a reboot. The cast plays themselves as aging former TV stars in a behind-the-scenes meta look at a 90210 reboot.
Former Vice President Joe Biden made the traditional campaign stop at the Iowa State Fair Thursday. His focus remained on President Trump's rhetoric and leadership in the wake of mass shootings.
President Trump announced a new acting director of national intelligence as two top leaders prepare to leave.
On his first trip to Asia, Defense Secretary Mark Esper advocated basing U.S. medium-range missiles on the ground in Asia. Finding a country that's willing to host them could be a tall order.
NPR's David Greene speaks with U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi Mike Hurst about the massive immigration raids this week.
The Def Con conference was once focused on hacker culture. But as election security has become a major focus, the conference is now filled with officials eager to work with the hacking community.
Researchers at Arizona State University are studying locusts in hopes of finding better ways of preventing swarms from destroying crops.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate will discuss measures aimed at addressing gun violence in September. Also, changes in national intelligence leadership.
Broadway attendance is up — yet the $35 million production of King Kong is among the five shows cutting bait in the next two weekends, as musical theater undergoes a market correction.
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Jamell Spann and Elizabeth Vega protested in Ferguson, Mo., after the shooting death of Michael Brown. A comforting response in a moment of rawness, immortalized in an iconic photo, led to friendship.
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Five years after Michael Brown's shooting death, residents say while there are some positive political signs, but much more needs to be done.
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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to historian Trinidad Gonzales of the group Refusing to Forget about La Matanza, violence that targeted ethnic Mexicans in Texas in the 1910s.