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Demonstrators rallied Friday in more than 30 cities, and promised more actions in 2016. They want the courts to allow President Obama to make big changes in who is expelled for not having visas.
Nov. 20, 2015
Florida mailman Doug Hughes landed his flying machine on Capitol Hill last April to bring awareness to campaign finance.
Nov. 20, 2015
No Syrian refugees have arrived in Iowa yet, but people are concerned — some over a Paris-style attack coming to the U.S., and others over proposals they've heard that could single out Muslims.
Nov. 20, 2015
The creators of The Bitten Word food blog publish an annual survey of Thanksgiving recipes suggested by food magazines. This year, there were lots of ancient grains and citrus-flavored desserts.
Nov. 20, 2015
One of the moments our retirement nest eggs are most vulnerable is when we change jobs. That's when some financial advisers charge fees to roll them over — and those fees can be hard to see.
Nov. 20, 2015
Medicines that help users wean themselves from opioid drugs can be prescribed in a doctor's office or clinic. But some clients question whether the clinics always have their best interests at heart.
Nov. 20, 2015
The Rusty Radiator and Golden Radiator awards honor the worst and best of fundraising videos. Take a look at this year's losers and winners.
Nov. 20, 2015
The lead character of the hit ABC drama is shown getting an abortion.
Nov. 20, 2015
Ernest Hemingway's memoir A Moveable Feast is being celebrated for what it, in turn, celebrates: Paris as an exciting place of ideas, a nexus of people who love life and the arts.
Nov. 20, 2015
The party animals of Europe made festive, elaborate centerpieces from food from medieval times through the 18th century. Among the most notable of their table art traditions is the sugar monument.
Nov. 20, 2015
NPR's Steven Inskeep speaks with reporter Ofeibea Quist-Arcton to learn more about the hostage crisis at a hotel in Bamako, Mali, and the ensuing siege by special forces.
Nov. 20, 2015
In Mali's capital, Bamako, gunmen have taken more than 100 hostages at a Radisson hotel. NPR's Phil Ewing and Ofeibea Quist-Arcton explain what is known about the attacks and the crisis in progress.
Nov. 20, 2015
A young boy has been confirmed as an Ebola case. The World Health Organization is trying to figure out the chain of transmission.
Nov. 20, 2015
Gunmen took more than 170 hostages at the Radisson Blu hotel in Bamako, Mali's capital, on Friday. Here are photos of the drama as it unfolded.
Nov. 20, 2015
The president's executive actions on immigration — announced one year ago — have been caught up in a legal battle for months. Now the administration is taking the fight to the high court.
Nov. 20, 2015
Some Americans unhappy with U.S. plans to welcome 10,000 Syrian refugees are threatening to move to Canada. Apparently they haven't noticed that Canada plans to take in 25,000 Syrians.
Nov. 20, 2015
In the spirit of American self-reliance, Charles Varle penned a personal guidebook for 19th century Americans.
Nov. 20, 2015
A woman has been named as one of the three people killed in the police raid that left the alleged orchestrator of the Paris attacks dead.
Nov. 20, 2015
Women whose children have become addicted to opioids are working to change laws around the country. They seek improved access to treatment and reduced stigma.
Nov. 20, 2015
Pollard, 61, is a former U.S. Navy analyst who was arrested for stealing secrets for Israel. He eventually reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors, and he received a life sentence in 1987.
Nov. 20, 2015

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