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NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Eric Fingerhut of the Jewish Federations of North America about unrest in Israel over efforts by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's... [Read More]
Maryland voted to legalize recreational marijuana in November, but the marketplace won't open until July. The state's first cannabis lounge, however, operates in a legal... [Read More]
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to All Things Considered host Ari Shapiro about his new memoir, The Best Strangers in the World: Stories from a Life... [Read More]
China's president Xi Jinping and Russia's president Vladimir Putin begin their second day of a state visit in Moscow. Center stage is what this may... [Read More]
A grim reminder of the U.S. invasion of Iraq was the torture of Iraqis at Abu Ghraib prison. A survivor describes his life since then. [Read More]
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to National Bankers Association President and CEO Nicole Elam about the health of minority-owned banks in the U.S. following the sudden... [Read More]
GOP lawmakers generally are defending former President Donald Trump, who said he was going to be arrested Tuesday. Republicans claim a probe by the Manhattan... [Read More]
In 2010, Coral Amayi was tubing down a river in Colorado, flipped over and lost her camera. Spencer Greiner recently found the camera, retrieved the... [Read More]
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Jeffrey Sonnenfield, professor of management at Yale University, about investment decisions taking into consideration environmental, social and corporate governance factors. [Read More]
On World Poetry Day, we look at how people are sometimes compelled to express their feelings and ideas through poems. [Read More]
The Federal Reserve is facing a decision this week on whether to raise interest rates again to fight inflation or take a breather to avoid... [Read More]
Support staff in the nation's second-largest school district walked out over stalled contract negotiations. Teachers joined them in support. [Read More]
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Republican lawmakers back ex-President Donald Trump ahead of his potential arrest, staff in the nation's second-largest school district plan a walkout in Los Angeles and... [Read More]
The U.S. invasion of Iraq 20 years ago gripped the entire nation. Today it is far from the minds of most Americans, though not for... [Read More]
Twenty years after the invasion of Iraq, the U.S. Senate is moving to repeal the congressional authorization that provided the justification for the war. [Read More]
With a pandemic-era rule expiring this month, people on Medicaid will have to re-qualify to keep their coverage. Language barriers, housing instability and computer... [Read More]
Rolling Stone broke the story of an FBI raid on the home of national security journalist James Gordon Meek. As edited, the story left out... [Read More]
The national monument designation effectively preserves the land from new development. President Biden is also starting the process for a vast new marine sanctuary southwest... [Read More]
Support staff in the nation's second-largest school district plan a walkout over stalled contract negotiations. Teachers say they'll join them in support. [Read More]
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