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Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek returned to hosting the program after cancer treatment.
When Ebola spread to the eastern city of Goma in July, the World Health Organization declared the outbreak an international crisis. We look at what is being done to keep Ebola from spreading.
NPR's Noel King speaks to Port St. Lucie, Fla., Mayor Greg Oravec about the city's preparations for Hurricane Dorian, which is on track to hit Florida.
Chattanooga resident Craig Barr is suing Popeyes for running out of a chicken sandwich.
New Hampshire asked Wendy Auger to hand in her license plate "PB4WEGO." Gov. Chris Sununu asked the DMV to let her keep it. Which they have.
Santana's debut album was released on this day 50 years ago. NPR's Felix Contreras considers it a game-changing moment in the marriage of Afro-Caribbean rhythms and rock 'n' roll.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey apologized Thursday for wearing blackface in a college skit more than 50 years ago.
NPR's Noel King talks with Erik Milito of the American Petroleum Institute about the Trump administration's proposal to roll back Obama-era regulations on methane, a powerful greenhouse gas.
Former Vice President Joe Biden has been campaigning this week in South Carolina. Supporters describe a personal affection that seems to overcome doubts about Biden's strength as a candidate.
Three key leaders of Hong Kong's protest movement are under arrest.
Efforts to recruit kids in high school are paying off, as shooting sports get more popular. That effort comes with some controversy, in part because of the involvement of the NRA.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Scottish politician Stephen Gethins about how his constituents are responding to the suspension of Parliament in the U.K.
NPR's Rachel Martin interviews Joe Walsh, a former Illinois congressman, who says he's challenging President Trump for the Republican nomination in 2020.
Hong Kong authorities arrested activists in a coordinated sweep ahead of a what had been a planned anti-government march. Also, the EPA aims to roll back limits on methane and an update on Brexit.
As the trade war drags on, more manufacturers are looking to relocate from China to avoid Trump's tariffs. A firm that sells Isaac Mizrahi's clothing line has already shifted much of its production.
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For years, Kristin Sollars and Marci Ebberts worked together caring for critically ill patients, a job they say is also a daily mindset. "You carry a little bit of them with you," Ebberts said.
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Most of the characters in Edwidge Danticat's new collection are Haitian American, and Haiti is often in their hearts and on their minds. Danticat says the stories reflect her own immigrant experience.
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The campaign finance agency will be temporarily shuttered due to a lack of a quorum. A former FEC chair says there's a "real possibility" the agency is effectively closed through the 2020 election.
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The Justice Department's Inspector General finds former FBI Director James Comey violated policy by sharing classified information with individuals outside of the FBI. The DOJ declined prosecution.
The pound was long the symbol of Britain's economic might. The chaos surrounding Brexit, the country's 2016 decision to leave the European Union, has sent the currency falling sharply.
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