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In Dalton, Ga., the self-proclaimed "carpet capital of the world," business leaders are worried about what will happen if DACA protections disappear.
Feb. 19, 2018
In Rio de Janeiro, thieves are robbing banks by blowing them up. The country's president is putting the military in charge of security there.
Feb. 19, 2018
The U.S. is trying to get Pakistan put on a global terror watch list in the latest sign of tensions between the two countries.
Feb. 19, 2018
In Wisconsin, President Donald Trump's controversial comments and policies are figuring into the normally quiet, nominally nonpartisan race for state Supreme Court justice.
Feb. 19, 2018
Dwayne Wright, chairman of the San Jacinto County Republican Party, discovered a photo of his was shared by the web based group Heart of Texas part of Russia's campaign to influence the 2016 election.
Feb. 19, 2018
The Parkland, Florida school shooting has spurred student activists into action advocating gun control. But some people believe the problem is with society breakdown not guns.
Feb. 19, 2018
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Rep. Jared Moskowitz who represents Parkland where last week's fatal school shootings occurred about whether any new gun regulations will go anywhere.
Feb. 19, 2018
They're not the Zamboni drivers. These skilled technicians know how to make ice for figure skating, speedskating, hockey and curling — each requiring different temperatures, textures and hardness.
Feb. 19, 2018
People are leaving Venezuela due to hardships in the country that include food and medicine shortages as well as hyperinflation. Many are crossing the border into Colombia.
Feb. 19, 2018
Last month, a shooter killed two students and injured 18 other people in a Kentucky high school. In response, the state legislature is considering arming school staff.
Feb. 19, 2018
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Vermont Secretary of State and President-elect of the National Association of Secretaries of State Jin Condos, about state's efforts to protect elections from hacking.
Feb. 19, 2018
In solidarity with their peers attacked in last week's school shooting in Florida, D.C. area students called for gun control reform Monday. Hundreds more demonstrations are expected in coming weeks.
Feb. 19, 2018
The Trump administration could give companies permission to set off sonic explosions to explore for oil and gas deposits. Scientists say this could seriously harm marine life.
Feb. 19, 2018
The wind roared in from Siberia, toppling concession stands and security scanners. These huge gusts led NPR's team to realize why so many trees in the area have elaborate support systems.
Feb. 19, 2018
Sgt. Nick Cunningham, a bobsledder, is one of seven U.S. service members competing in Pyeongchang. "They told me, 'Go win medals for this country,'" he says. "And that's my job at this moment."
Feb. 19, 2018
Atlanta Police are seeking an Uber Eats driver in connection with the killing of a 30-year-old customer during a delivery.
Feb. 19, 2018
Aleksandr Krushelnitckii finished third in the mixed-doubles curling tournament, competing with his wife and teammate, Anastasia Bryzgalova. Now he's the subject of an investigation.
Feb. 19, 2018
A microscope that clips on to your phone's camera can detect bacteria, such as salmonella or E. coli, even in tiny amounts. But the technology can't yet distinguish between good and bad bacteria.
Feb. 19, 2018
Raqqa may be cleared of ISIS fighters, but hidden throughout the city are thousands of hidden bombs. U.S. special forces and Syrians are training young men to disarm them.
Feb. 19, 2018
The fierce rivalry between Korea and Japan is in full view at the Olympics. And showdowns on the ice are happening as the relationship between the countries is "somewhere between cold and frosty."
Feb. 19, 2018

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