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During congressional testimony, James Comey said Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik were talking about martyrdom as early as the end 2013.
Dec. 9, 2015
The Marshall Islands has more to lose than most any country at the Paris climate summit. Some territory is already disappearing under rising seas. The foreign minister explains the predicament.
Dec. 9, 2015
The Wu-Tang Clan made just one copy of Once Upon A Time In Shaolin and sold it, shrouded in secrecy, for millions. Bloomberg Business reveals the buyer: a CEO infamous for a massive drug-price hike.
Dec. 9, 2015
Yahoo has announced a counterintuitive strategy in its efforts to sell shares in another company: If it can't spin off Alibaba tax-free, the company will try to spin off the rest of Yahoo instead.
Dec. 9, 2015
Cool grannies aren't just a meme. They're proof that getting older doesn't have to be about loss — it's about living freely and on your own terms.
Dec. 9, 2015
Outbreaks of foodborne illness are ruining the holiday spirit for Chipotle. The latest cases erupted over the past few days among students at Boston College.
Dec. 9, 2015
Was it the enchilada pie? After three members of her family became miserably ill with gastroenteritis, a woman is determined to track down the microbial culprit. But the mystery may remain unsolved.
Dec. 9, 2015
President Obama has called for state and local governments to tighten gun laws. Here's what those laws look like where you live.
Dec. 9, 2015
Some companies have bought the patents for old drugs, then abruptly upped the prices — from $13 per pill to $750 in one case. Irate senators call it price gouging.
Dec. 9, 2015
The magazine said it picked Merkel for her "steadfast moral leadership in a world where it is in short supply." Merkel is also the first individual woman to receive the honor in 29 years.
Dec. 9, 2015
Monks at the top Buddhist temple in Seoul are trying to prevent South Korean police from forcibly entering to arrest a wanted labor organizer who's holed up inside.
Dec. 9, 2015
French media said the 23-year-old man was a French national who had traveled to Syria in 2013. The government has not confirmed his identity.
Dec. 9, 2015
When it comes to problems of violence in Chicago, does Lee's latest help, or hurt? We rounded up some smart takes on the film.
Dec. 9, 2015
The Texas senator and GOP presidential candidate tells NPR's Steve Inskeep his plan to curb immigration of Middle Eastern refugees — and why he may disagree with but won't criticize Donald Trump.
Dec. 9, 2015
The 20th century's biggest carbon emitter is also one of the few advanced democracies where climate change is not accepted as fact. This makes it hard for some to trust U.S. efforts on the issue.
Dec. 9, 2015
Saudi women gamers gather at an annual convention, dressing as their favorite characters and exercising freedoms they want to see more of in their lives.
Dec. 9, 2015
For the second time, the University of Texas must defend its limited use of race and ethnicity in admissions decisions.
Dec. 9, 2015
Thousands from the island, fearful the U.S. will change its preferential immigration policy, are trying to come here from the south — but many are stuck stuck at the Costa Rica-Nicaragua border.
Dec. 9, 2015
Thirty-six police, sheriff's deputies and others who plunged into danger last week gathered to tell their stories Tuesday. They relied on training to help them put aside emotions.
Dec. 9, 2015
Chicago's department is the latest to be in the spotlight for shooting a black man, which critics say is evidence of a long history of the city's police using excessive force on minorities.
Dec. 8, 2015

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