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It wouldn't be an election without a good, old-fashioned, racially charged pun.
Dec. 8, 2015
An appeals court found Pistorius guilty of murdering his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. While he awaits sentencing, Pistorius will be under house arrest.
Dec. 8, 2015
50 million students and teachers use free Google Apps. A civil liberties organization says their data is being misused.
Dec. 8, 2015
An elections case before the Supreme Court could dramatically change the way state legislative districts are drawn and could tilt some states in a decidedly more Republican direction.
Dec. 8, 2015
The current leader for the GOP presidential nomination received a standing ovation from a crowd in South Carolina after he read aloud his statement to ban all Muslims from entering the U.S.
Dec. 8, 2015
Muslim Americans feel unfairly maligned, singled out and asked to do more than others when it comes to terrorism.
Dec. 8, 2015
As Shaun Tullar prepares to be released from the Vista Detention Facility in San Diego, KPBS's Steve Walsh talks to him about the help he's getting from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Dec. 8, 2015
Activist Aram al-Doumani has opposed the Syrian government since the uprising began in 2011. Despite talks aimed at a ceasefire this month, he's skeptical that there will be a breakthrough.
Dec. 8, 2015
The band that was playing in the Bataclan concert hall during the Paris terrorist attacks returned to perform with U2.
Dec. 7, 2015
After Paris and San Bernardino, reports of Islamophobia and attacks on mosques are on the rise, especially in the Dallas-Forth Worth area. One Muslim activist calls 2015 "a banner year for hatred."
Dec. 7, 2015
In just about every region, the United States ranks high — with one exception.
Dec. 7, 2015
After inspecting the turf field, parts of which were peeling away from the ground, the team and the U.S. Soccer Federation decided to cancel Sunday's game against Trinidad and Tobago in Hawaii.
Dec. 7, 2015
In his most drastic and controversial statement yet, Trump calls for a stop of any Muslim entering the U.S. "until our country's representatives can figure out what is going on."
Dec. 7, 2015
For as long as humans have eaten, they've entertained grand visions of the future of food. But the shiny objects of food futurism rarely pan out in the way the visionaries intended.
Dec. 7, 2015
Look both ways when you cross the street and don't tell toys your name and address — privacy concerns are some of the latest worries for parents in the digital age.
Dec. 7, 2015
Regulators say the deal would hurt the market for office supplies sold to large corporations.
Dec. 7, 2015
On the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library is making public digitized versions of the president's speech drafts, revisions and audio files for the first time.
Dec. 7, 2015
Climate scientists say global emissions of carbon dioxide seems to have dipped a bit in 2015, though the world economy is still growing. China's reduced use of coal may be the main reason.
Dec. 7, 2015
The first studies of cannabidiol show promise for treatment-resistant epilepsy, but researchers caution that these are preliminary results and bigger, better studies are needed.
Dec. 7, 2015
That's what happens in countries like Malawi, where pill bottles are in short supply. So an Indiana-based charity has collected more than 1 million vials to donate.
Dec. 7, 2015

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