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The controversial painting depicts the revolutionary war hero naked, flirtatiously glancing over his left shoulder as he rides an aroused white stallion. His only... [Read More]
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Each of the United States' four presidential impeachment proceedings has highlighted increasingly sophisticated technologies, beginning with telegrams in the case against Andrew Johnson. [Read More]
Kehinde Wiley's sculpture, "Rumors of War," was unveiled at its permanent home outside the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond on Tuesday. [Read More]
With the House's fourth impeachment underway, NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with historian Manisha Sinha to look back at the United States' first presidential impeachment of... [Read More]
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Natasha Gilbert of Type Investigations about how prescription drugs are showing up in large concentrations of waste water just downstream... [Read More]
Getting elected to baseball's Hall of Fame is a remarkable achievement highlighting a lifetime of baseball excellence. Marvin Miller was just voted in, but he... [Read More]
Federal Aviation Administration administrator Stephen Dickson went before Congress on Wednesday to defend his agency's role in the wake of the Boeing 737 Max jet... [Read More]
President Trump is signing an executive order clarifying that Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act applies to anti-Semitism. Critics say it could silence... [Read More]
An investigation continues into Tuesday's shooting in Jersey City. Six people, including a police officer and the two suspects, were killed. Authorities say they don't... [Read More]
Fans of Superman know he's really the bookish Clark Kent, but on Wednesday he revealed his identity to the world within the comics. [Read More]
Protests erupted in India with the passage of a controversial new law that uses religion as a criteria for citizenship. Critics say it violates the... [Read More]
Two days after he delivered his report, Justice Department watchdog Michael Horowitz testified before Congress on Wednesday. [Read More]
Warner Brothers' new movie Richard Jewell is getting backlash from journalists who say its fictional portrayal of a real, but deceased, reporter falsely implies she... [Read More]
Democratic presidential candidates are debating Medicare For All, but that term isn't a good descriptor of the plans being put forth. Clarifying this health care... [Read More]
The Google-owned company has faced scrutiny in the past for failing to protect its users from harassment. It announced new policies Wednesday in an attempt... [Read More]
The order will extend a federal anti-discrimination law to include discrimination based on anti-Semitism. Some worry the policy will be used to stifle criticism of... [Read More]
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara about the state enacting a temporary moratorium on insurance companies dropping homeowners in areas affected... [Read More]
Saudi Arabia started selling shares in its giant oil company, Aramco, for the first time. By dollars, it was the biggest initial public offering ever... [Read More]
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, who was the U.S. Trade Representative during George W. Bush Administration, about the trade negotiations... [Read More]
A judicial panel says Kenton County Judge Dawn Gentry coerced colleagues to support her election campaign, made inappropriate advances toward an attorney, and had sex... [Read More]
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