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On-street parking on the north side of First Street will be prohibited between numbers 13 and 35 on Thursday, June 4 and Friday, June 5... [Read More]
Stocks closed broadly higher on Wall Street Tuesday, extending the market's winning streak to a third day. [Read More]
Federal regulators have accepted a Phoenix-based company's application for a preliminary permit to construct hydro-powered dams on tribal land. [Read More]
The Senate has confirmed a new inspector general to oversee money distributed as part of the $2 trillion economic rescue law, putting at least one... [Read More]
It's weird that the pollsters are all over the map, but the conservatives I have talked to are sure — very sure — that Trump... [Read More]
The music to come out of the small island country of New Zealand is as eclectic, varied and unique as the people themselves. Influenced by... [Read More]
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The career center at UC Clermont sits empty right now, but that doesn't mean their work has stopped. All their aid has moved online, where... [Read More]
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The NKY Coronavirus Relief Fund started with an ambitious goal of raising $4 million. It has raised more than $2.1 million so far and has... [Read More]
Paris police fired tear gas at demonstrators who gathered in defiance of a coronavirus ban and set fires and threw projectiles as they protested police... [Read More]
Britons rally in London's Hyde Park to protest the killing of Floyd George and other Americans who have died at the hands of police. [Read More]
China sees the widespread protests in the U.S. as a prime opportunity to condemn what it sees as U.S. hypocrisy in its criticism of other... [Read More]
Dhruv Pai and Matt Casertano started Teens Helping Seniors, a group that connects volunteers and older adults during the pandemic. They were inspired when they... [Read More]
Coronavirus has shed light on centuries of racial economic inequality. NPR's podcast The Indicator from Planet Money looks at how COVID-19 and the recession are... [Read More]
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is the street address of the White House, and lately the scene of protests. NPR spoke with people along D.C.'s famous street... [Read More]
NPR's Noel King speaks with Minnesota's Lt. Gov. Peggy Flanagan about who may be behind the disruption in the state, and why Minnesota has become... [Read More]
Despite heavy police and military presence and an extended curfew in many places, protests for George Floyd have persisted nationwide – and the majority of... [Read More]
The Minneapolis Board of Education voted on Tuesday to sever ties with that city's police department. Morning Edition talks with Kim Ellison, who chairs the... [Read More]
Shawana Brooks, a curator, and her artist husband, Roosevelt Watson III created an outdoor gallery at their home when the pandemic closed museums. Now, it's... [Read More]
Nina Forbes was a nurse at a memory care facility in Alexandria, Virginia. Her daughter Jenn honors her after she died of COVID-19 in late... [Read More]
While some march and others sing, these D.C. residents are banging pots and pans – a form of protest called cacerolazo – to speak against... [Read More]
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