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It's Tuesday: Sam talks with Rothwell, who plays Kelli on the HBO show Insecure. Kelli is loud, proud and loyal — and she owns... [Read More]
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Some physicians who examined immigrants while working for the federal government had histories of diluting vaccinations, exploiting women and hiring a hit man to kill... [Read More]
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After years of mystery, excitement and public tumult, Lil Wayne's long-delayed album is nearly here. As you prepare to listen, here are a few things... [Read More]
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A much-anticipated report by the U.S. State Department blames Myanmar's security forces for violence against Rohingya Muslims, but does not call the mass killing a... [Read More]
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According to the FBI's latest Uniform Crime Report, overall crime rates are stable but regional variations are quite large. [Read More]
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Justice Department official John Gore must sit for questioning by attorneys for the lawsuits over the citizenship question his department requested to be added to... [Read More]
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Justice Department official John Gore must sit for questioning by attorneys for the lawsuits over the citizenship question his department requested to be added to... [Read More]
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Bill Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. The judge also declared Cosby... [Read More]
Orange, fuzzy, 7 feet tall — and possibly horrific. These are the things we know about "Gritty," the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team's new official mascot. [Read More]
This month, All Things Considered host Mary Louise Kelly was granted a rare opportunity to report from the capital of North Korea. Kelly shares some... [Read More]
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will face personal questions at Thursday's Senate hearing. If he says they're too personal, Democrats could raise a memo he... [Read More]
Host Audie Cornish speaks to Yale Law Professor Akhil Amar who wrote "A Liberal's Case for Brett Kavanaugh" for the NYTs. In an opinion piece... [Read More]
Forty years ago, women sportswriters had to sue to get into men's locker rooms. Today, they are still fighting for access and equal treatment. [Read More]
Senators from the education committee aired their frustrations about a move to allow school districts to use federal money to pay for the arming of... [Read More]
NPR's Audie Cornish talk to Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, about current challenges facing the military alliance. [Read More]
President Trump told the U.N. that the U.S. won't succumb to a global bureaucracy. But other leaders said that working together could solve crises and... [Read More]
The Defense Department is working with outside experts on detection and prevention efforts for fake videos. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Hany Farid, a Dartmouth... [Read More]
The study found that 5 percent of priests in the country's dioceses had been accused of abuse. Germany's justice minister said the study was "shocking... [Read More]
A 7-year-old belted out the national anthem at a major league soccer game Sunday and amazed the crowd. We hear a bit of the performance... [Read More]
President Trump pushed his "America First" doctrine before world leaders at the United Nations. Trump said sovereignty comes first, and he rejected globalism for patriotism. [Read More]
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