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Sep 26, 2018

Florence Floodwaters Total Thousands Of Cars, Stranding Locals
Flooded cars in the Carolinas are now scattered among the streets waiting to be towed, sitting in salvage lots to be auctioned off for parts, or potentially being resold.

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Sep 26, 2018

At Pulse Nightclub, A Death Toll That Might Not Have Been So High
The Orlando Fire Department had been working on a plan to respond to a mass shooting. But at the time of the Pulse nightclub shooting, the plan was on hold and the bulletproof vests sat untouched.

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Sep 26, 2018

Lawyer For Deborah Ramirez On Kavanaugh Allegations
NPR's Rachel Martin talks with John Clune, a lawyer representing Deborah Ramirez, who accused Brett Kavanaugh of exposing himself during a party at Yale in the 1980s.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 26, 2018

Trump Immigration Crackdown Strains Resources
President Trump has ramped up immigration enforcement and the budget has ballooned. A recent congressional report says an agency is spending at "an unsustainable rate."

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Sep 26, 2018

The Politics Of Bump Stocks, 1 Year After Las Vegas Shooting
Most Americans first learned about "bump stocks" — which speed up the firing rate of semiautomatic rifles — in the aftermath of the Las Vegas massacre. A year later, they're still mostly legal.

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Sep 26, 2018

The Politics of Bump Stocks, One Year After Las Vegas Shooting
Most Americans first learned about "bump stocks" — which speed up the firing rate of semi-automatic rifles — in the aftermath of the Las Vegas massacre. A year later, they're still mostly legal.

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Sep 26, 2018

Will Congress Bring Sky-High Air Ambulance Bills Down To Earth?
Medevac helicopter companies are on the congressional radar, as a funding bill for the Federal Aviation Administration nears passage. Consumer protections against deceptive practices could become law.

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Sep 26, 2018

Fuel Efficiency And Smog In Arizona
The EPA is holding hearings on a proposal to relax fuel efficiency standards. Arizona has come out in opposition — the state has a bad smog problem and was counting on the fuel rules to help fix it.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 26, 2018

ICE Air: The Airline You Never Want To Fly
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has its own airline operation to fly deportees back to their home countries, and this year, it is significantly over budget.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 26, 2018

News Brief: Kavanaugh And The Midterms, Interest Rates, Cosby Sentencing
We look at the Kavanaugh nomination as a voting issue for November. Also, the Federal Reserve will likely nudge up interest rates, and we look at the cultural impact of Bill Cosby's sentencing.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 26, 2018

Bill Cosby And The #MeToo Movement
Bill Cosby was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison for a sexual assault in 2004. His conviction marks the rise of the #MeToo movement as well as the downfall of an African-American icon.

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Sep 26, 2018

Virginia Backtracks On Tampon Ban For Prison Visitors
The policy, meant to discourage the smuggling of contraband into prisons, was to have gone into effect next month.

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Sep 26, 2018

U.S. Army Reservist Arrested In Chicago On Charges Of Spying For China
A 27-year-old Chinese citizen who enlisted in the Army Reserve under a program for foreigners with "vital" skills, allegedly provided information on U.S. aerospace engineers and scientists.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Study: Roundup Weed Killer Could Be Linked To Widespread Bee Deaths
Scientists at the University of Texas at Austin posit that glyphosate destroys specialized gut bacteria in bees, leaving them more susceptible to infection and death from harmful bacteria.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Doctors With Criminal Records Examined Immigrants, Report Says
Internal investigators at DHS said 132 doctors employed to examine immigrants could pose health or safety risks. Before he was hired, one physician tried to recruit a hit man to kill a patient.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Violent Crime Stays Flat Nationally, Louisiana Still Leads States for Murder
According to the FBI's latest Uniform Crime Report, overall crime rates are stable but regional variations are quite large.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Appeals Court Rules DOJ Official Must Testify For Census Lawsuits
A three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court order to depose Justice Department official John Gore about the 2020 census citizenship question DOJ requested.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Census Citizenship Question: Appeals Court Rules DOJ Official Must Testify
A three-judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court order to depose Justice Department official John Gore about the 2020 census citizenship question DOJ requested.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Cosby Sentenced To 3 To 10 Years In Prison
Actor and comedian Bill Cosby is sentenced to at least three years in state prison after his conviction earlier this year for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Kavanaugh Lookahead
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh will face personal questions at Thursday's Senate hearing.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Kavanaugh Supporter Now Has Second Thoughts
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Yale law professor Akhil Amar, author of a New York Times op-ed: "A Liberal's Case for Brett Kavanaugh." His stance has changed in a new The Yale Daily News op-ed.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Meet Philadelphia Flyers' New Mascot
Orange, fuzzy, 7 feet tall — and possibly horrific. These are the things we know about "Gritty," the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team's new official mascot.

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Sep 25, 2018

The Battle To Break Through The Sportswriting Boys' Club
Forty years ago, women sportswriters had to sue to get into men's locker rooms. Today, they are still fighting for access and equal treatment.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Can Schools Use Federal Funds To Arm Teachers?
Senators from the education committee aired their frustrations about a move to allow school districts to use federal money to pay for the arming of teachers.

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Sep 25, 2018

7-Year-Old Stuns Crowd With National Anthem Performance
A 7-year-old belted out the national anthem at a major league soccer game Sunday and amazed the crowd. We hear a bit of the performance by Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

NATO Secretary General Reacts To Trump's Speech
NPR's Audie Cornish talk to Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, about current challenges facing the military alliance.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Trump's U.N. General Assembly Speech
President Trump pushed his "America First" doctrine before world leaders at the United Nations. Trump said sovereignty comes first, and he rejected globalism for patriotism.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

U.N. General Assembly: Day 1
President Trump told the U.N. that the U.S. won't succumb to a global bureaucracy. But other leaders said that working together could solve crises and conflicts.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Tracking Down Fake Videos
The Defense Department is working with outside experts on detection and prevention efforts for fake videos. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Dartmouth College computer science professor Hany Farid.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Anita Hill Says Kavanaugh Accuser Hearing 'Cannot Be Fair'
As it stands now, Hill tells NPR, the hearing cannot provide senators "with enough information to reach a reasonable conclusion." She testified in 1991 that Clarence Thomas sexually harassed her.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

3D Gun Pioneer Cody Wilson Resigned As Head Of Defense Distributed
Paloma Heindorff assumed the role of director of the controversial company after Wilson stepped down on Friday. "I'm a different person. I'm not trying to replace him as a character," she said.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Maine Asks Restaurant To Stop Giving Lobsters Cannabis Before Boiling Them
The owner of the eatery says she's giving compassionate cannabis to the crustaceans so that they don't feel pain. But the state isn't sure the practice is in line with health regulations.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Attorneys General Zoom In On Tech Privacy And Power
A meeting with the Justice Department was originally pitched to focus on allegations of social media's anti-conservative bias. But the conversation was broadened, raising the stakes for tech giants.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

7-Year-Old Girl Belts Out National Anthem, Steals Show At MLS Match
Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja stunned the crowd of 25,000 gathered to watch the LA Galaxy take on the Seattle Sounders. Her gut-busting performance has gone viral.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Bill Cosby Sentenced To At Least 3 Years In State Prison
Cosby, 81, is the first celebrity to be sent to prison in the #MeToo era. The sentence completes the TV dad's stunning fall from groundbreaking cultural icon to convicted sex offender.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Building A Better Mosquito Trap — One Scientist Thinks He's Done It
A researcher in Australia has invented a low-tech, insecticide-free trap that might be able to reduce bites from a particularly pesky mosquito in some neighborhoods.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Instagram Co-Founders To Step Down
Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger resigned from the popular photo-sharing app company Tuesday, saying they plan to leave in the coming weeks to pursue other projects.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Sessions To Meet With State Attorneys General About Social Media
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions meets Tuesday with a group of state attorneys general to talk about the power of the tech industry, and allegations of anti-conservative bias on social media.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Day 2 Of Sentencing Hearing, Cosby Could Speak On His Own Behalf
Prosecutors asked a judge on Monday to sentence Bill Cosby to prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman. His defense attorney said the 81-year-old entertainer is too old for prison.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Need Help Paying For College? There's An App For That
The U.S. Department of Education has developed a new smartphone app that it hopes will make the notoriously difficult Free Application For Federal Student Aid a little easier.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

On Day 2 Of Sentencing Hearing, Cosby Could Speak On His Own Behalf
Prosecutors asked a judge on Monday to sentence Bill Cosby to prison for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman. His defense attorney said the 81-year-old entertainer is too old for prison.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Space Mining — Learning How To Fuel An Interplanetary Gas Station
Real space travel will necessitate interplanetary gas stations on the moon, or on asteroids. A Colorado university has launched the first degree program in "space mining."

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Year-Round Fire Season Means Always Living 'Evacuation Ready'
More people are living in places that are prone to wildfires. That means during fire season, they live with the very real possibility of having to evacuate on very short notice.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Airports At Water's Edge Battle Rising Sea Levels
Many major airports are on low-lying coastal land where flooding is getting worse. They're building walls, berms and other barriers to try to keep planes and people moving.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 25, 2018

Senior Resident Found Alive In D.C. Apartment 5 Days After Fire
Raymond Holton, 74, was found alive and well in his apartment at a senior living center when building inspectors showed up to assess damage from Wednesday's fire.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Judge Restores Grizzly Bears' Protections As Endangered Species
The ruling blocks planned hunting of grizzlies. Judge Dana Christensen said the federal government didn't use the best available science when it took them off the threatened-species list last year.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

3D Gun Designer, Arrested For Alleged Sexual Assault Of A Minor, Freed On Bail
Cody Wilson was arrested in a hotel in Taiwan on Friday and flown to Texas. He posted bail of $150,000.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

3D Gun Designer, Arrested For Sexual Assault Of A Minor, Freed On Bail
He was arrested in a hotel in Taiwan on Friday and flown to Texas. He posted bail of $150,000.

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Sep 24, 2018

What Happens When A Rape Is Reported, But No One Is Prosecuted
On Aug. 11, 2006, 16-year-old Amber Wyatt was raped. She reported it, but there was no prosecution. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Wyatt and Washington Post reporter Elizabeth Bruenig about Amber's story.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

More Than 30,000 Steelworkers Threatening To Strike Across The U.S.
More than 30,000 union steelworkers have voted overwhelming to authorize a strike, while negotiations continue with ArcelorMittal and U.S. Steel.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Virginia Prisons Ban Visitors From Wearing Tampons, Citing Contraband Concerns
A spokeswoman said that visitors wearing tampons will be offered pads.

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Sep 24, 2018

Thousands In Cincinnati Celebrate Christmas Early To Support Terminally Ill Boy
A Cincinnati 2-year old is still thinking about the Christmas parade he starred in this weekend. Thousands of people turned out to support the little boy who loves sparkling lights.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Sentencing Hearing For Bill Cosby Begins In Philadelphia
Entertainer Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing got underway Monday in suburban Philadelphia. The 81-year-old comedian faces the possibility of prison time for three counts of aggravated indecent assault.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

How Yale's Campus Is Reacting To Kavanaugh's Nomination And Allegations
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks to Hailey Fuchs and Britton O'Daly of the Yale Daily News about the reaction on campus to the nomination of Yale alum Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Sep 24, 2018

'Lion King' Puppet Technician Arrested After Allegedly Printing 3D Gun At Theater
Ilya Vett, 47, said he was printing the gun for his brother who has a firearms license, according to police. Vett has been charged with attempted criminal possession of a firearm.

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Sep 24, 2018

A Look At Possible Effects Of The Trump Administration's Proposed Green Card Rules
The Trump administration announced a proposal to deny green cards to some immigrants on public benefits like food and housing assistance. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Mark Greenberg of the Migration Policy Institute about what the affects of this proposal might be.

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Sep 24, 2018

U.S. Tariffs On China May Force California Company To Move Production Overseas
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Daniel Emerson, CEO of bike light manufacturer Light & Motion, about why the latest round of tariffs on goods from China may force him to move his production overseas.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Via Truck And Helicopter, Mountain Goats Find New Home
The National Park Service is transporting hundreds of wild mountain goats via truck and helicopter from Olympic National Park to the North Cascades in Washington state.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Dallas Police Department Fires Amber Guyger, Officer Who Shot Man In His Own Home
Guyger has said she mistakenly entered the wrong apartment in her complex and shot a man she thought was a burglar. She was later arrested and charged with manslaughter.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

How A Rising Star Of White Nationalism Broke Free From The Movement
Derek Black once promoted a racist agenda by making speeches, hosting a radio show and starting a website. His change of heart is the subject of a new book, written by journalist Eli Saslow.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Rosenstein Remains Deputy Attorney General Following White House Meeting — For Now
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expects to be fired and talk swirled about his fate with the Justice Department. Now he's scheduled to meet with President Trump on Thursday.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Rosenstein Still Deputy Attorney General, For Now
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein visited the White House, expecting to be fired, as talk swirled about his fate with the Justice Department. He will meet with President Trump on Thursday.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Rosenstein, Expecting To Be Fired, Heads To White House For Meeting On Tense Morning
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein visited the White House as talk swirled about his fate with the Justice Department. President Trump is in New York City.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Science Reveals How Fruit Keeps A Lid On Ripening Until The Time Is Right
Humans have harnessed the ripening power of the plant hormone ethylene for centuries, but a recent discovery of how a plant controls the hormone may lead to more precise human control of ripening.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

High-Skilled Immigrants Call Out The Trump Administration's 'Hypocrisy'
The White House says it wants an immigration system that prioritizes high-skilled workers. But critics say the administration is making it harder for those immigrants to live and work here.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Lawyers To Present Defense For Officer Accused Of Killing Black Teenager
Attorneys for a white Chicago police officer on trial for murder will likely begin presenting his side Monday. Jason Van Dyke fired 16 shots at Laquan McDonald in 2014.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

5 Months After The Trial Ended, Cosby's Sentencing Hearing Begins
Entertainer Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing will get underway Monday in suburban Philadelphia. The 81-year-old comedian faces prison time for sexual assault.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

When Florence Hit Her School Community, This Principal Stepped Up
Many of Krista Holland's students have been away from home and out of school for more than week. She says, "The lack of a sense of normalcy for the kids, I think that's where my heart aches the most."

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Flood Waters From Florence Hit Elderly Hard
For the elderly, a flood can turn in to an eviction notice. They're often on fixed incomes and can't afford repairs.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Floodwaters From Florence Hit Elderly Hard
For the elderly, a flood can turn into an eviction notice. They're often on fixed incomes and can't afford repairs.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Can't Get Comfortable In Your Chair? Here's What You Can Do
Chair design shifted dramatically about a hundred years ago, and it hasn't been good for our backs. Our daily lives are filled with chairs that make our posture worse. Luckily, we've got hacks.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Trump And Japan's Abe Meet In New York Ahead Of U.N. General Assembly
The two leaders met for dinner at Trump Tower, where they discussed trade and military ties. The meeting comes as the U.S. considers imposing hefty import tariffs on foreign-made automobiles.

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Sep 24, 2018

Trump And Japan's Abe Meet In New York Amid U.N. General Assembly Session
The two leaders met for dinner at Trump Tower, where they discussed trade and military ties. The meeting comes as the U.S. considers imposing hefty import tariffs on foreign-made automobiles.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 24, 2018

Tiger Woods Wins First Golf Tournament Since 4 Back Surgeries
Tiger Woods did something Sunday that he hasn't done in more than five years: He won a tournament. The victory at the Tour Championship in Atlanta was the 80th victory of his PGA Tour.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

Bill Cosby's Sentencing: How We Got Here, What His Punishment Could Be
The 81-year-old comedian faces as much as four years in prison after a jury convicted him of three counts of aggravated indecent assault in April. Cosby's sentencing hearing begins Monday.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

Anita Hill Testimony: The Witness Not Called
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Sukari Hardnett, who wanted to corroborate Anita Hill's testimony about then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas but was not called before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

Hurricane Maria's Devastation Of Puerto Rico, 1 Year Later
One year after hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Natalie Jaresko, head of the island's financial oversight board, about the daunting task of revamping its economy.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

Jill Biden Talks Biden Cancer Initiative
NPR's Michel Martin interviews former second lady Jill Biden about the Biden Cancer Initiative and its effort to bring together health care providers, researchers drug companies and patients.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

Kavanaugh-Ford Hearing Lookahead
The Senate Judiciary Committee plans to hold a hearing Thursday to hear from Christine Blasey Ford, who's accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault when they were in high school.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

UN General Assembly: How Will Trump's Agenda Fare?
A look at the administration's latest moves: the UN Human Rights Council withdrawal, defunding the UN agency that aids Palestinian refugees and lowering the cap on refugees to be resettled in the U.S.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

World Champion Arm Wrestler
NPR's Michel Martin speaks to New Hampshire native Cathy Merrill about her unexpected rise to stardom in the arm-wrestling world, and what she's doing to prepare for the World Championships in Turkey.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

A Bunch Of Cocaine: Boxes Of Donated Bananas Contained $17.8 Million Worth Of Drugs
"Sometimes, life gives you lemons. Sometimes, it gives you bananas," says the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. "And sometimes, it gives you something you'd never expect!"

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

PHOTOS: As Florence Floodwaters Rose, Rescuers Helped Hundreds Of Animals In Danger
Some evacuees are unwilling or unable to bring their pets with them, leaving them in a dangerous position. Rescuers have been tracking down scared animals in danger and bringing them to safety.

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Sep 23, 2018

After Hurricane Florence, Animal Shelters Are Inundated With Lost Pets
As the Florence recovery effort continues, volunteers from across the South are helping care for the dogs and cats separated from their owners. The goal: reunite as many pets and people as possible.

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Sep 23, 2018

Meet Nevada's 'Trump Of Pahrump'
Brothel owner Dennis Hof is running for Nevada state legislature. He says President Trump broke the mold and made someone like him, an "anti-establishment" candidate, palatable to voters.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

One Year After The Las Vegas Shooting, 2 Survivors Remember
Two survivors of the Las Vegas shooting: A young man, shot in the lung, hid under a dead body and survived. A police officer who had never before fired his gun on active duty, now trains others.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

'Weekend Edition' Host Lulu Garcia-Navarro Reports From Las Vegas
This episode of Weekend Edition features some stories from Las Vegas, including a heated Senate race and recovery from last year's mass shooting.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

DHS Proposes Denying Green Cards To Immigrants Who Use Public Aid
The Trump administration says that immigrants who seek public assistance and legal worker status could be denied green cards. Officials say they're trying to ensure immigrants are self-sufficient.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

Students Whose Families Are In The Grips Of The Opioid Epidemic Get Help At School
On Cape Cod in Massachusetts, school districts are using addiction counselors to help kids and their teachers cope with the chaos and trauma of the opioid epidemic.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

'Night Moves' Captures Fleeting Moments In Chicago — And Life
Jessica Hopper's memoir oscillates between charting a story of gentrification, a young woman's love affair with Chicago, and the types of friendships that represent the texture of a city.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

Teens Sleeping Too Much, Or Not Enough? Parents Can Help
Though teenagers need about nine hours of rest a night, most get only seven and are suffering. A new survey suggests their parents are struggling, too. Here's how to improve the quality of teen sleep.

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Sep 23, 2018

A Timeline Of Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill Controversy As Kavanaugh To Face Accuser
As another Supreme Court nominee faces allegations of sexual misconduct, what can be learned from the handling of the Clarence Thomas-Anita Hill controversy?

NPR U.S. News
Sep 23, 2018

Comcast Outbids Fox And Will Acquire British Broadcaster Sky
The U.S. cable giant won a rare auction held by British regulators with a bid of $39 billion. Comcast hopes acquiring Sky will help it compete with online streaming services Netflix and Amazon.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 22, 2018

Trump Administration Seeks To Limit Immigration Status Based On Use Of Public Aid
The Trump administration announced a proposal to deny green cards to some immigrants on public benefits like food and housing assistance.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 22, 2018

Trump Administration Will Seek To Limit Green Cards For Immigrants Needing Public Aid
The Department of Homeland Security has proposed a new rule that would expand Trump administration efforts to limit how much immigrants may use welfare programs.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 22, 2018

The Latest In Politics: Kavanaugh, Rosenstein
Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser could testify next week on Capitol Hill. It will be a big moment for President Trump, who's made reshaping the court a key priority.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 22, 2018

Women And Politics: What's Changed Since Anita Hill
NPR's Melissa Block speaks with Ruth Mandel, co-founder of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University, about the differences between 2018 and 1992 when it comes to women in U.S. politics.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 22, 2018

Bolstering Security Ahead Of Midterm Elections
Around the country, local election officials are urgently preparing for Nov. 6 by upgrading their systems and improving security.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 22, 2018

North Carolina Flooding
For some residents of North Carolina, severe flooding from Hurricane Florence came while they were still trying to recover from Hurricane Matthew, which struck in 2016.

NPR U.S. News
Sep 22, 2018

Oklahoma Indian Reservation Case Heads To Supreme Court
At the heart of a case going to the U.S. Supreme Court during its upcoming session is this question: Are there Indian reservations in Oklahoma?

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