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Voters in Missouri resoundingly struck down that state's right-to-work law after labor unions in Missouri organized a strong signature campaign to get a referendum on the ballot.
After a former Ohio State University wrestler accused a team doctor of molesting him decades ago, a school investigation has found more than 100 others made similar claims.
Tesla's stock soared Tuesday after CEO Elon Musk said he wants to take the company private. The announcement hammered short sellers and raised questions about the company's future.
Defense lawyers for former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will continue to try to discredit star witness Rick Gates. Gates will again testify Wednesday in Manafort's fraud trial.
Over the past two weeks, panels of TV executives, producers and actors talked about the state of the television industry.
A federal judge has ruled that Puerto Rico's government does not have final say on its finances. It belongs to a fiscal oversight board Congress appointed to get the island out of debt.
A tourist reportedly got ticketed by traffic cameras in a span of only about four hours while driving a luxury rental car in Dubai.
Firefighters continue to battle blazes in California. NPR's David Greene talks with Ventura County Fire Captain Steve Kaufmann about how crews are holding up.
We have a recap of elections in several states. Also, the latest in the Paul Manafort trial and a federal court decision with lasting repercussions for Puerto Rico's government.
Few have returned to the U.S. after traveling to Syria and Iraq, where they were linked to extremists. Two are women who say their husbands forced them to go, along with their small children.
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Seven states are asking Judge Andrew Hanen for a preliminary injunction to force the government to reject renewals for young people currently enrolled in DACA and stop accepting new applications.
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Rick Gates testified Monday that he misled accountants and banks about the nature of Manafort's financial situation and that he did so at Manafort's direction. Gates is the prosecutions star witness
Urban was trying to buy food at a gas station but was having a problem. A woman in line offered to pay for his snacks. After telling her his name was Keith, she said he looked a lot like Keith Urban.
Parishioners from the church in Marshfield struck up a friendship with a business nearby: a strip club. When the club's owner decided to sell, he knew the church wanted to build a community space.
Social media sites have removed main outlets for conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his Infowars website, citing repeated violations of policies against hate speech and glorifying violence.
David Greene talks to Rhodes, an ex-deputy national security adviser, about Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer, and what campaigns should know when meeting with foreign agents.
Polls show a closer than expected race in the special election for Ohio's Republican-leaning 12th Congressional District. Noel King talks to Buzzfeed's Henry Gomez about what is at stake.
Representatives from Facebook and Google recently went to a conservative political conference to confront allegations that their social media platforms unfairly suppress conservative content.
Paul Manafort's former business partner Rick Gates takes the witness stand again Tuesday. David Greene talks to William Coffield, a lawyer in the Eastern District of Virginia, about the case.
David Greene talks to Wired magazine's Brian Barrett about the beleaguered movie theater subscription company instituting a cap on visits. It had offered unlimited movies for less than $10 a month.