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Fifteen of the people who said they were beaten by Turkish security officials during a protest that erupted into violence are suing Turkey and five individuals involved in the melee.
May. 10, 2018
In an interview with NPR, Kelly also praised the president's decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal and said Trump's eyes are "wide open" on North Korea.
May. 10, 2018
Since humans came to South Georgia Island centuries ago, rats have terrorized rare native birds. But an ambitious project, using some plucky canine aides, has cleared the frigid wilderness.
May. 10, 2018
"What's the problem with hundreds of thousands breaking through?" Hamas' Gaza leader Yehiyeh Sinwar told international reporters Thursday. The border fence, he said, was not a "sacred cow."
May. 10, 2018
More than 100 former ambassadors signed a letter Wednesday opposing Gina Haspel's nomination to be Director of the CIA. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Thomas Pickering, a former ambassador and one of the signatories of the letter, and former under secretary of state for political affairs about why he opposes the nomination.
May. 10, 2018
Selling access to power is an old business in politics, but leaked documents related to Michael Cohen, President Trump's personal lawyer, show just how lucrative and expansive that business can be.
May. 10, 2018
It was supposed to be a straightforward training exercise. Instead, Sgt. John Skipper cut the parachute strings to three Humvees and they were demolished as they hit the ground.
May. 10, 2018
Strange unordered packages are showing up on doorsteps across the country. Often, they are the byproduct of an e-commerce scheme to influence search results rankings.
May. 10, 2018
Then-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper flew to North Korea in 2014 and secured the the release of detained Americans Kenneth Bae and Matthew Miller. He tells NPR's Mary Louise Kelly what he makes of this week's release of three other detainees.
May. 10, 2018
Trump has ended temporary protected status for nearly 60,000 Hondurans. A Honduran who was deported 18 years ago gives them a preview of what life will be like when they return.
May. 10, 2018
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., about his take on President Trump's decision to leave the Iran nuclear deal. Sherman, a member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, originally voted against the deal, but believes pulling out now could have dangerous consequences.
May. 10, 2018
New research shows how scorching temperatures in the Gulf of Mexico led to massive rainfall when the storm hit last year. The findings also suggest global warming will make the problem worse.
May. 10, 2018
The relocation of the embassy has sparked celebration and outrage. Both Israelis and Palestinians claim Jerusalem as their capital. No other countries have embassies there.
May. 10, 2018
The Mandarin-language messages are part of a "parcel scam" that falsely accuses Chinese immigrants of money laundering and then extorts them.
May. 10, 2018
Ford Motor Company is scrambling to find another supplier that can make a key part for its highest profit vehicle, the Ford F-150 pickup, after an explosion and fire at a key parts supplier. Ford has shut down its truck plants, and it's likely there will be a ripple effect because the plant made parts for other automakers, too.
May. 10, 2018

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