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Museum-goers, prepare for "unprecedented intimacy with a work of art." Starting Friday, visitors will be able to use Maurizio Cattelan's America, a gold-cast, working toilet at the New York museum.
Sept. 15, 2016
The Fund was created in 2002 to address the AIDS, TB and malaria epidemics. What's its track record?
Sept. 15, 2016
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump appeared on the talk show of Dr. Mehmet Oz to discuss his health records.
Sept. 15, 2016
In 1912, white mobs set fire to black churches and black-owned businesses. Eventually the entire black population of Forsyth County was driven out, says Blood at the Root author Patrick Phillips.
Sept. 15, 2016
At a Senate hearing investigating extrajudicial killings, a man alleged President Rodrigo Duterte ordered death squad killings — and once pulled the trigger. It's all a lie, government officials say.
Sept. 15, 2016
The candidate also offered a bold prediction that his economic plan will deliver up to 25 million new jobs over the next decade, describing it as pro-growth, pro-jobs and pro-family.
Sept. 15, 2016
The impersonation came about after police in Washington state couldn't identify a suspect who repeatedly sent threatening emails to a high school in the Seattle area.
Sept. 15, 2016
Natalie Hampton knows what it's like to have no one to sit with during school lunch. So she's created Sit With Us, an app that helps kids find friendly harbors in the crowd.
Sept. 15, 2016
The "dark presence" of the bronze and brooding National Museum of African American History and Culture illuminates black history, and by extension, the history of America itself.
Sept. 15, 2016
The family of Sandra Bland, who was found dead in a Texas jail cell last year, has reached a $1.9 million deal with Texas officials to settle a wrongful-death lawsuit, according to news reports.
Sept. 15, 2016
Pulitzer-winning music critic Tim Page had been good at pretty much everything, until he had a life-threatening traumatic brain injury. He talks with NPR about piecing together a new life.
Sept. 15, 2016
A letter from Donald Trump's personal physician says he is in "excellent physical health" and weighs 236 pounds, which, at a height of 6'3" puts him at the high-end of what is considered overweight.
Sept. 15, 2016
Doctors have long thought that cat-scratch fever is no big deal, but an analysis finds that more people are getting sicker from it. Small children are especially at risk, as are people in the South.
Sept. 15, 2016
Tyree King was pronounced dead 40 minutes after officers were sent to the scene of a reported armed robbery. Police say he had a BB pistol that resembled a handgun with a laser site.
Sept. 15, 2016
As Renee Montagne leaves the Morning Edition host seat, David Greene is relocating to the West Coast, Rachel Martin is moving to weekdays and Lulu Garcia-Navarro is taking over on Sundays.
Sept. 15, 2016
And then there were 40: This week, the National Book Foundation revealed the writers who are still in contention for its literary prize. It capped the rollout Thursday with the fiction nominees.
Sept. 15, 2016
New national reports out today by the Learning Policy Institute look at the widening teacher shortage problem — and offer solutions.
Sept. 15, 2016
A Marine Corps report found a pattern of abuse at the South Carolina training facility, and linked it to the suicide of one recruit. The recruit's family says they don't believe his death was suicide.
Sept. 15, 2016
Donald Trump is attacking the Flint pastor who interrupted him during a Wednesday appearance at her church.
Sept. 15, 2016
Many kids rely on school for food their families can't afford. Two reports suggest one group is falling through the cracks: teens. Dogged by hunger, teens may try a wide range of strategies to get by.
Sept. 15, 2016

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