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Ballots are being cast in a snap election called by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras when he stepped down following a referendum opposing an EU bailout plan his government had negotiated.
Sep. 20, 2015
Before Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders took the stage, hecklers at the state's Democratic Party convention on Saturday interrupted the DNC head, who has been criticized for not adding more debates.
Sep. 20, 2015
Jackie Collins was author of best-selling pulpy fiction. Last year, NPR's Scott Simon spoke with Collins about her books, her career, and the years she spent acting before she became writer.
Sep. 20, 2015
Imran Ayata was born in Germany, but his parents came from Turkey decades ago as guest workers. Though he's a German citizen, he tells NPR's Rachel Martin he's always been made to feel like an outsider.
Sep. 20, 2015
It's already legal to smoke pot at home in Colorado. Now the Denver City Council is considering allowing use in public places. This story originally aired Sept. 18 on All Things Considered.
Sep. 20, 2015
Father Manuel Dorantes of the Church of the Immaculate Heart in Chicago tells NPR's Linda Wertheimer what his mainly poor, Latino parishioners hope to hear from Pope Francis on his U.S. visit.
Sep. 20, 2015
Syrian refugee Mohammed Eh'tai has lived in Germany for three and a half months. The government provides him with money as he learns German so he can find a job and build his own future.
Sep. 20, 2015
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush attended the season's first big SEC football game — University of Georgia vs. South Carolina. But mixing football and politics in the South can be fraught.
Sep. 20, 2015
Pope Francis began his visit to Havana Saturday hailing the recent reconciliation between the U.S. and Cuba. Francis helped broker the warming of relations between the long-time Cold War foes.
Sep. 20, 2015
As domestic and international criticism mounts, Saudi Arabia and its peers are under pressure to review their policies toward migrants and refugees. They say they're already doing a lot to help.
Sep. 20, 2015
So you think you know a lot about world affairs? Like, um, what kind of animal did that American dentist shoot? See how you do on the annual Interschool quiz for South Africa's youth.
Sep. 20, 2015
It's all part of the crazy, creative campaign to get people to pay attention to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals that the United Nations will endorse this coming week.
Sep. 20, 2015
What do you wear? What do you do? And if you get more than a few moments to speak straight into the pontiff's ear, what do you say?
Sep. 20, 2015
What do you wear? What do you do? And if you get more than a few moments to speak straight into the pontiff's ear, what do you say?
Sep. 20, 2015
The government's dietary guidelines recommend that adults consume 2.5 to 3 cups of vegetables a day, But USDA researchers found that only 1.7 cups per person are available.
Sep. 19, 2015
The author, whose books sold more than 500 million copies, has died of breast cancer, her family says in a statement.
Sep. 19, 2015
Pope Francis' social media feeds have blossomed while he's been pontiff, allowing followers to access his messages via Twitter, YouTube and also an app on their smartphones.
Sep. 19, 2015
The preliminary hearing for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is over. It is now up to the proceeding's presiding officer to make a recommendation on whether to court-martial the soldier for desertion.
Sep. 19, 2015
The pope arrived in Cuba on Saturday for the start of a 10-day trip that will include his first-ever visit to the U.S. In Cuba, the pope's visit will highlight his role as peacebroker.
Sep. 19, 2015
Six years after he was diagnosed with both cancer and Alzheimer's, Greg O'Brien is beginning to talk to his doctor, and to his family, about his "exit strategy" for the final years of his life.
Sep. 19, 2015

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