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A young photographer has won a scholarship for his work documenting the lives of six families in Guangdong province who are struggling with mental illness.
Aug. 22, 2015
Associated Press photographer Jim Cole has covered every New Hampshire presidential primary since 1980. Now he's preparing for the 2016 primary.
Aug. 22, 2015
South Korea and North Korea agreed to hold their first high-level talks in nearly a year to defuse mounting tensions that have pushed the rivals to the brink of a possible military confrontation.
Aug. 22, 2015
In recent months, Macedonia has tried to control the recent influx of migrants — many of them fleeing violence in Syria and Afghanistan.
Aug. 21, 2015
At issue in the case, was whether white police officer Randall Kerrick was justified when he fired a dozen rounds, 10 of which hit Jonathan Ferrell, an African-American who was unarmed.
Aug. 21, 2015
Authorities say a man walked into a federal office building in Manhattan and shot a security guard, before shooting himself.
Aug. 21, 2015
Stock investors have to decide if the August downturn is just part of a normal zigzag pattern in any bull market, or the start of a bear market that could last for years.
Aug. 21, 2015
French media says the marines heard man loading a weapon in a toilet cubicle and confronted him as he emerged into the main car.
Aug. 21, 2015
Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali, described as running the finance, media, operations and logistics wings of ISIS, was killed on Tuesday near Mosul, U.S. officials say.
Aug. 21, 2015
In the decade since Hurricane Katrina, tens of thousands of New Orleans residents fled the city and never returned. This week New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu went on the road to call his people home.
Aug. 21, 2015
Because the Sunshine State's Legislature can't decide on how to redraw lines, a Florida judge will do it.
Aug. 21, 2015
This latest incident comes less than two weeks after mourners marked the anniversary of the death of Michael Brown, who was killed by a white police officer in nearby Ferguson, Mo.
Aug. 21, 2015
New York politician Jimmy McMillan founded The Rent Is Too Damn High Party. Now he's endorsing presidential candidate Deez Nuts, a 15-year-old boy from Iowa.
Aug. 21, 2015
Facing a drop in polls and on the defensive, the former Florida governor is trying to find his swagger by attacking Trump. But it's an uncomfortable position for the non-confrontational Bush.
Aug. 21, 2015
A major hurricane hasn't hit the U.S. since 2005. There hasn't been a lull that long since 1861 to 1868 — when Abraham Lincoln was president.
Aug. 21, 2015
Also this week: Two years after her husband choked to death, a producer for Morning Edition relates a journey of heartbreak and humor.
Aug. 21, 2015
The graffiti artist's darkly themed art show in England spurred wild demand for tickets, causing the website to crash. Now people are wondering if the confusion is all part of the show.
Aug. 21, 2015
First Lt. Shaye Haver and Capt. Kristen Griest endured the grueling nine-week course, meeting the same physical standards as their male counterparts.
Aug. 21, 2015
A lot of American adults aren't sitting down to breakfast anymore — they're eating on the go. And what we eat in the morning is likely more important then when we eat it.
Aug. 21, 2015
The space agency says "numerous recent blogs and web postings" that a giant asteroid will smash into Earth next month are just a hoax.
Aug. 21, 2015

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