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"They're now in one particular neighborhood, where the last pockets of ISIS fighters are fighting very hard. It's really their last stand," NPR's Jane Arraf reports from Mosul.
July 9, 2017
After a long meeting with Russia's leader, President Trump says, "Now it is time to move forward in working constructively with Russia!"
July 9, 2017
Who is a Jew? The latest chapter of this debate reflects the growing schism between Israel's Orthodox religious establishment and rabbis around the world.
July 9, 2017
A few dozen Ku Klux Klan members rallied to protest the removal of a Confederate statue in a park in Charlottesville, Va. But about 1,000 people showed up to oppose them.
July 9, 2017
It's the world's biggest coral reef system, home to some 400 types of coral. In the past 18 months, rising ocean temperatures helped cause the single greatest loss of coral ever recorded there.
July 9, 2017
A huge, vertical garden covering the wall of Madrid's CaixaForum is both a work of art and something practical for the environment. It's among several steps the city has taken to fight climate change.
July 9, 2017
The Senate's proposed rollback of the Medicaid expansion could cut off mental health benefits to many people who have gotten care for the first time as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
July 9, 2017
A farmer who supported the ban had said he and his colleagues "don't want some jack wagon coming in taking a picture of them."
July 8, 2017
Noting President Trump's stance, a declaration states, "The leaders of the other G20 members state that the Paris Agreement is irreversible."
July 8, 2017
Huge and peaceful marches on Saturday followed a night of rioting and looting. More than 200 officers have been injured, Hamburg police say.
July 8, 2017
Leopoldo López, 46, has been serving a nearly 14-year prison term after leading demonstrations against the embattled President Nicolas Maduro.
July 8, 2017
An estimated 1.3 million teens struggle with substance use disorders. For teenagers in Wisconsin, there is only one high school that treats students' addiction while they earn a diploma.
July 8, 2017
A retired U.S. doc and a Mexican engineer co-founded a nonprofit group that is providing wheelchairs and prosthetic limbs at an affordable price.
July 8, 2017
On Sunday, South Sudan marks six years as independent country. Between its civil war and humanitarian crisis, things are so bad that anniversary celebrations were canceled.
July 8, 2017
Before leaving office, President Obama suspended some sanctions on Sudan. By July 12, the Trump administration has to decide whether or not to stick with this approach.
July 8, 2017
The man leading the DOJ investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election is building an all-star team of prosecutors. A conservative group that supports President Trump launched an attack ad.
July 8, 2017
The question American often women asked Earhart was what she ate during her long flights. She said she used three rules for her in-flight menu. Once on the ground, she relied on people's generosity.
July 8, 2017
We first met Q Daily two years ago. Now he's 11, just finished fifth grade, and as a transgender child, is facing big questions not only about his body, but also about his role in the world.
July 8, 2017
Plus other education news: College enrollment is on the decline, school district leaders take a stand against the Senate health care bill, and interest rates on student loans are going up.
July 8, 2017
The draft health care bill has a provision meant to increase the availability of inpatient psychiatric care. But overall cuts to Medicaid could actually lead to even fewer psychiatric beds nationwide.
July 8, 2017

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