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In Vice President Pence's hometown of Columbus, Ind., there are a lot immigrants with H1-B visas who were affected by the on-hold executive order. Others are scared they could be next.
Feb. 16, 2017
Attorney Judd Burstein says the probe centers on the masking of settlement payments to victims as salary and compensation to avoid disclosure of the payments and the harassment.
Feb. 16, 2017
In a post on Facebook, the lead organizer says workers have said they don't need a union "at this time." The union says it represents 35,000 Boeing employees at 24 other locations around the country.
Feb. 15, 2017
CRISPR technology is already worth billions of dollars, investors say. This ruling seems to affirm the biggest piece of the pie goes to the Broad, over patent rival University of California, Berkeley.
Feb. 15, 2017
The celebrity chef will shut five of his restaurants Thursday in solidarity with a national boycott calling on immigrants not to go to work in response to President Trump's immigration policies.
Feb. 15, 2017
Those "expiration" labels on packaged food may confuse consumers and dupe them into throwing good food in the trash. Two major food industry associations want to change that and are proposing reforms.
Feb. 15, 2017
The fast-food CEO faced fierce opposition from labor groups, plus personal controversies. Ultimately, he didn't have support from enough Republican senators.
Feb. 15, 2017
The Trump administration is proposing changes to the Affordable Care Act to stabilize the insurance market as Congress moves to repeal and replace the sweeping health care law.
Feb. 15, 2017
For decades, scientists suspected that the parasite responsible for river blindness might be causing a rare form of epilepsy. Now they have evidence.
Feb. 15, 2017
Launched in 2000, the Nokia 3310 was a rugged little brick that won Internet fame for its durability. There are rumors, which HMD Global won't confirm, that the company is bringing the phone back.
Feb. 15, 2017
The GOP-led Senate voted Wednesday to roll back a rule that would have restricted some people with severe mental illnesses from buying firearms. The legislation now heads to President Trump's desk.
Feb. 15, 2017
A U.S. intelligence official tells NPR there are both transcripts and recordings of Michael Flynn's calls with the Russian ambassador and that they don't suggest he was acting under instructions.
Feb. 15, 2017
Just imagine Beyonce, one of the world's most celebrated, recognized and highest-paid stars, being asked to 'mother' Adele and Faith Hill. Not happening.
Feb. 15, 2017
The spectacle of national security adviser Michael Flynn's sudden fall from grace is all too convenient a metaphor for the first four weeks of life in the Trump White House.
Feb. 15, 2017
Daniel Ramirez Medina was arrested despite registering under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program. He has sued the U.S. government for violating his constitutional rights.
Feb. 15, 2017
Moore, who died Friday, was seen as a hero for his role in the first major land battle in Vietnam. He later co-authored the book, We Were Soldiers Once ... and Young. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Feb. 15, 2017
ProPublica senior reporter Andrew Revkin discusses President Trump's possible cuts to the EPA, as well as the potential impact of pulling out of the Paris climate accord.
Feb. 15, 2017
Doctors treating people addicted to opioids often need approval from insurers before giving drugs that ease withdrawal. The delay can be risky for patients. Insurers are starting to come around.
Feb. 15, 2017
People who live downstream of the Northern California dam were allowed to return to their homes more than two days after the structure's concrete spillways suffered serious water damage.
Feb. 15, 2017
A January poll finds that people's stress levels have spiked since August, with two-thirds of people saying they're worried about the future of the nation.
Feb. 15, 2017

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