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Memorials will be held at the World Trade Center, Pentagon and in Shanksville, Penn., today to mark the 15th anniversary of September 11.
Sept. 11, 2016
Oklahoma City police officers can now carry assault rifles when they're on the job. It's made activists concerned about creeping militarization, and further loss of trust.
Sept. 11, 2016
Veteran newsman Jim Lehrer has moderated 12 presidential debates. He tells NPR's Rachel Martin that successful moderation takes careful listening, not "nifty questions."
Sept. 11, 2016
The way animals are transported and slaughtered for the major Muslim holiday has health officials concerned about the threat of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.
Sept. 11, 2016
Just about every ingredient in oil down reflects Grenada's cultural melting pot: from the callaloo greens cultivated by early Amerindians inhabitants to the turmeric brought by South Asian immigrants.
Sept. 11, 2016
California Gov. Jerry Brown has on his desk a bill that aims to protect patients' pocketbooks when they're billed for treatment by an out-of-network provider at an in-network facility.
Sept. 11, 2016
The German won her first U.S. Open title and the second Grand Slam trophy of her breakthrough season, beating Karolina Pliskova 6-3, 4-6, 6-4 on Saturday. She's now No.1 seed ahead of Serena Williams.
Sept. 10, 2016
Fifteen years after the Sept. 11 attacks, the remains of 40 percent of the World Trade Center victims have not been identified. Their families have been waiting for advances in DNA technology.
Sept. 10, 2016
An Obama administration decision to suspend construction on a controversial oil pipeline in North Dakota is a game changer for efforts to protect tribal lands, officials say.
Sept. 10, 2016
The Standing Rock Sioux are at the center of the dispute over the Dakota Access Pipeline. The tribe's chairman, David Archambault, gives his reaction to the latest court and government decisions.
Sept. 10, 2016
The United States and Russia have struck a deal to join military targeting of ISIS in Syria, starting with a ceasefire that goes into effect on Monday. But previous efforts have fallen apart.
Sept. 10, 2016
Donald Trump and running mate Mike Pence both addressed the Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. Attendees say they are hesitant about supporting Trump but say they strongly oppose Hillary Clinton.
Sept. 10, 2016
As Cuba loosens state controls and more tourists come in from the United States, life will change for quiet coastal towns.
Sept. 10, 2016
Former legal affairs reporter Dan Slater's new book Wolf Boys tells the true story of two American teenagers recruited to a Mexican drug cartel, and the Texas detective obsessed with capturing them.
Sept. 10, 2016
Texas lost a lengthy legal battle over its voter ID law and had to change its rules. Now the Department of Justice says the state is misleading voters about what those new rules are.
Sept. 10, 2016
John Hinckley Jr., who injured Reagan in 1981, has left a mental hospital where he stayed for decades and arrived at his mother's house in Virginia. The judge set numerous conditions for his release.
Sept. 10, 2016
The Democrat said "half" of Trump supporters are in a "basket of deplorables." She said she regrets saying half, but when distrust is this high, comments like that can make it harder to govern.
Sept. 10, 2016
On the campaign trail, Donald Trump seems to be using the art of projection to deflect criticism off himself and back onto his opponents.
Sept. 10, 2016
After three Muslims were killed recently in Queens, community leaders in New York and elsewhere say Islamophobia is at a high, even 15 years after Sept. 11. Their solution: getting out the vote.
Sept. 10, 2016
Alabama, Georgia and Kansas will not be allowed to require proof of citizenship on a federal mail voter registration form. Only Kansas has been actively enforcing the controversial rule.
Sept. 10, 2016

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