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Retired business executive Andrea Ramsey had hoped to oust an incumbent Republican congressman in a Kansas district targeted by the Democrats. [Read More]
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The bill would lower the rate for top earners and also let graduate students keep their tuition waivers. [Read More]
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The New York Produce Show and Conference looks like a grocery store the size of the Javits Center, one of the biggest convention centers in... [Read More]
Five reporters go to the New York Produce Show and Conference, each on a mission. [Read More]
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What are the holidays without Charlie Brown? Nowadays, the quietly elegant and celebratory recordings by pianist Vince Guaraldi have become as much a part... [Read More]
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Researchers witnessed adolescent female Japanese macaques mounting sika deer in ways that were "sexual in nature." They have several theories for why, but say more... [Read More]
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It's the latest Obama-era agriculture regulation to go on the chopping block. This one governs the treatment of animals on organic farms. But most organic... [Read More]
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India's government has banned condom ads between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. to protect children from seeing them on TV. Some citizens are outraged by... [Read More]
Hip-hop's embarrassment of riches borders on the ridiculous in 2017. So what better way to end the year in which the genre become the most... [Read More]
AOL instant messenger signed off for the final time this morning — 20 years after changing online communication. [Read More]
Almost a year in and Donald Trump's presidency is still — in large part — being defined by Russia. NPR's Robert Siegel speaks to The... [Read More]
Philip Alston is the United Nations' special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights. He speaks with NPR's Kelly McEvers about a report he is... [Read More]
A Pennsylvania grand jury has issued a scathing report about Pennsylvania State University's failed oversight of campus Greek organizations. The report follows the hazing death... [Read More]
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with New York Magazine's Rebecca Traister and writer Ijeoma Oluo about the post-Weinstein era. The two women reflect on where this... [Read More]
Republican lawmakers are releasing the final version of their legislation to overhaul the nation's tax code, with plans to pass it next week. [Read More]
It's been a big week for the Democratic Party — but it's been an even bigger week for lifelong Alabama Democrats. NPR talked to a... [Read More]
The European Union has decided to let Britain start negotiating its future relationship with the giant trading block. This comes as there is now an... [Read More]
NPR's Kelly McEvers is joined by David Brooks of The New York Times, and Ana Kasparian, of The Young Turks Network, to discuss the... [Read More]
Given that I work in a newsroom, maybe I shouldn't be surprised by how many office romances take place there in the movies: say, Broadcast... [Read More]
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