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After a month-long investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct and verbal abuse, Pulitzer-prize-winning author Junot Diaz has been cleared by M.I.T. to continue teaching there... [Read More]
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The tournament so far has been full of surprises, with Senegal and Japan emerging as fan favorites. Here are a few stories we're following. [Read More]
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NPR's All Things Considered wants to have a conversation about the immigration policies of the Trump administration. [Read More]
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Tereza Lee is a music teacher and a concert pianist who is pursuing a Ph.D. at the Manhattan School of Music. But Lee,... [Read More]
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The right-wing parliament made it illegal for organizations and individuals to help asylum-seekers. A separate constitutional amendment declared an "alien population" can't be settled in... [Read More]
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President Trump's order changing policy on separating children from their parents at the border may dampen the outrage factor. But NPR's David Folkenflik says the... [Read More]
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Though the federal government is changing its policy of separating immigrant children and parents, some children who were detained may suffer ongoing health consequences from... [Read More]
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President Trump says China is stealing U.S. technology. So we looked into one case. And things got a little complicated. [Read More]
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The Death Master File is a list kept by the government. It keeps track of everyone who has died. But what happens when you end... [Read More]
You won't have to get coffee. But you might have to ride a hoverboard. Apply by Sunday, July 8th. [Read More]
In a single family, the older generation sees itself as exiles from China. Yet young people identify the island not as a refuge but as... [Read More]
The reports from the border this week sent a collective shudder through many Japanese American communities around the country. [Read More]
Former State Department official Victoria Nuland testified to Congress about the Obama administration's response to Russian influence operations in 2016 and what other countries may... [Read More]
Cardinal Theodore McCarrick denies having sexually abused a teenager when he was a priest in New York decades ago, but says he accepts the Holy... [Read More]
Just as darkness fell, Capt. Austin "Scott" Miller was hunkered down in a building in Mogadishu, Somalia, together with his soldiers from the U.S. Army's... [Read More]
With Jane Clayson Recreational pot is legal in many states, now comes the battle over where it can be sold. Cities and towns want their... [Read More]
Charlotte and Dave Willner say they were motivated to start the fundraiser because the photo reminded them of their own 2-year-old daughter. [Read More]
"She's been talking to him about it from the very beginning," a White House official told NPR. [Read More]
More than 100 federal agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement raided a major meat supplier in Salem, Ohio, on Tuesday. It was ICE's second massive... [Read More]
A new Pew poll finds that Americans on both sides of the aisle are more enthusiastic than usual about voting this fall and the president... [Read More]
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