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Entrance polls suggest Clinton was buoyed by women, older voters, and nonwhite voters.
Feb. 20, 2016
NPR's Tamara Keith has the latest results from today's Nevada Democratic caucuses.
Feb. 20, 2016
The city of Ferguson, Missouri, is preparing to fight the U.S. Department of Justice in court rather than abide by the costly terms of the DOJ's recent order to reform the city's government.
Feb. 20, 2016
There's a new, invasive species threatening Florida wildlife in the Everglades. It's the Argentine black and white tegu, which can grow to more than five feet and has teeth.
Feb. 20, 2016
Doctors say organ transplants from HIV-positive donors to HIV-positive recipients will save lives and shorten wait times for everyone. NPR spoke with one doctor who helped end the 25-year ban.
Feb. 20, 2016
As presidential candidates talk about deporting or legalizing the 11 million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S, we hear what it means for American citizens whose spouses or parents are undocumented.
Feb. 20, 2016
Funeral services were held today for the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.
Feb. 20, 2016
Saturday is Primary Election Day for Republicans running for president in South Carolina and Democrats in Nevada. NPR gives the latest.
Feb. 20, 2016
The service was conducted by the son of the deceased Supreme Court justice, who is a Catholic priest. Scalia's casket was carried into the basilica by his sons and sons-in-law.
Feb. 20, 2016
Today, Democrats in Nevada and Republicans in South Carolina are telling the nation who they want to nominate to run for president
Feb. 20, 2016
This year, high students will find out how much money they'll get from colleges well in advance. That's because FAFSA applications can be submitted as early as October.
Feb. 20, 2016
Father Paul Scalia, son of the late Supreme Court justice, delivered a homily at Saturday's traditional Catholic funeral mass. NPR's Ron Elving tells Linda Wertheimer about the ceremony.
Feb. 20, 2016
Ugandan President Yoweri Musevani, who has been in power for 30 years, won more than 60 percent of the votes. Observers say the vote fell short of democratic.
Feb. 20, 2016
Academics and students say glorifying a Kashmiri separatist is free speech. But conservative supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi say "speech against our country" shouldn't be allowed.
Feb. 20, 2016
In Pakistan, a stand-up comic is sharing the stage with another comedian from the old enemy, India. The comics believe laughter is the best medicine for their conflict-blighted region.
Feb. 20, 2016
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is calling for a historic nationwide referendum on whether the UK will stay in the European Union. He says new concessions from the EU mean Britain should stay.
Feb. 20, 2016
Linda Wertheimer speaks with Eduardo Miranda and Elisa Bergersen about their project that enables paralyzed musicians to perform again through proxies.
Feb. 20, 2016
Italian author Umberto Eco died yesterday at the age of 84. We recall last year's conversation between the author and Scott Simon.
Feb. 20, 2016
Linda Wertheimer talks with The Washington Post's Terrence McCoy about brain-damaged Baltimore residents signing away lead poisoning settlement money. He just won a Polk award for his reporting on it.
Feb. 20, 2016
The spread of Zika is taxing Colombia's already over-burdened health care system.
Feb. 20, 2016

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