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FARC rebels are wondering whether they might be called back again into combat. Many hope not. After voters rejected a peace deal, "I could feel all my dreams falling apart," says one.
Oct. 16, 2016
Secretary of State John Kerry spent much of the weekend meeting with his counterparts from Russia and European countries, looking for a route to a peace, or at least humanitarian aid access, in Syria.
Oct. 16, 2016
The Republican chair of the House Oversight committee said just-released FBI files show allegations of a "quid pro quo" between the FBI and State Department. The FBI flatly denies the allegations.
Oct. 16, 2016
On Monday, Sotheby's will auction off a Nobel economics prize medal awarded to John Nash in 1994. So, how much is a Nobel medal worth?
Oct. 16, 2016
By using decades worth of archaeological finds, the first president's meticulous record keeping, and their descendants, curators have crafted a new exhibit that focuses on Mount Vernon's slaves.
Oct. 16, 2016
More rain is expected for Washington state and Oregon on Sunday, after a storm downed trees and flooded roads across the region.
Oct. 16, 2016
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Joseph Garcia of the Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University about how the 2016 Presidential race has become remarkably competitive in Arizona — an historically Republican stronghold.
Oct. 16, 2016
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to John Birky a Kansas doctor who talks to us about his community's reaction after police foiled a plot to bomb an apartment complex housing Somali refugees.
Oct. 16, 2016
University students in South Africa have been protesting for weeks, demanding that the government drop tuition and make university free. A student movement says the goal is equal access for poor blacks, the country's majority, who struggle with inequality more than 20 years after the end of apartheid.
Oct. 16, 2016
To pass the time on the road, political correspondent Don Gonyea creates playlists curated to the story and state. With the campaign end drawing near, Don has his playlist for the final few weeks.
Oct. 16, 2016
A San Francisco organization reunites homeless people — or "houseless" people — with their families through social media. They want to reconnect 1 million people in the next five years.
Oct. 16, 2016
People can be found riding bicycles on sidewalks around the country. But should sidewalks double as bike lanes?
Oct. 16, 2016
A report from the World Health Organization shows that it's not a disease of the past — it's a disease of the present and likely to be a continuing problem in the future.
Oct. 16, 2016
There are deep emotions in the African-American community behind this election's lopsided poll numbers: dissatisfaction, nostalgia, and even disgust.
Oct. 16, 2016
The latest batch from WikiLeaks of hacked emails linked to Clinton campaign chair John Podesta brings the total to more than 11,000 of what the organization claims will be more than 50,000 emails.
Oct. 15, 2016
Becky Ravenkamp is a farmer who's taken on many roles to keep her Colorado farm town afloat. She thinks candidates this election year have largely overlooked rural America.
Oct. 15, 2016
Sweet Home Cafe, the restaurant inside the National Museum of African American History and Culture, offers visitors a chance to taste the varied African-American contributions of American cuisine.
Oct. 15, 2016
Italian fashion brand Moschino is causing controversy with its pill-themed 2017 collection. Randy Anderson of Eden House Recovery Services is pushing stores not to sell the clothing.
Oct. 15, 2016
Donald Larson is running for Congress in Ohio's 9th District. He describes what it's like to run for the first time as a Republican in the year of Donald Trump.
Oct. 15, 2016
While much of the election coverage is focused on the presidential race, seats in Congress are also up for grabs in November.
Oct. 15, 2016

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