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Kenya has spent 25 years developing a purple "supertea" with high levels of antioxidants. The hope is that the tea will appeal to health-minded consumers and revive the country's struggling industry.
Mar. 3, 2015
Becoming Internet-famous is a gold mine for some, a nightmare for others. The world of memes can pit free speech against the desire for privacy. And laws generally aren't keeping up, an expert says.
Mar. 3, 2015
A Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to fine people who don't clean snow off their cars before getting on the road. Other states have similar laws. But for trucks, clearing the snow poses its own hazard.
Mar. 3, 2015
Just 10 questions about bad childhood experiences can turn up undiagnosed illness in adults, research suggests. So why don't more doctors ask? Some say they aren't equipped to deal with the answers.
Mar. 3, 2015
Anyone found breaking the new law in Maharashtra state could face up to five years in prison.
Mar. 3, 2015
An estimated 1.6 billion people — many of them in the developing world — pay bribes for public services, according to a new book. The alternative may be no health care and no education.
Mar. 3, 2015
The Israeli prime minister has warned about the dangers of the Iranian nuclear program for two decades. He has shaped the debate, but will he influence the final outcome?
Mar. 3, 2015
The Justice Department found that the department violated the Constitution with discriminatory policing practices. It found blacks disproportionately targeted by the police and the justice system.
Mar. 3, 2015
"The erosion is steady. That's a steady downward line on a graph. And there's no sign that it's being turned around."Bill McDiarmid, Dean of the School of Education at the University of North Carolina
Mar. 3, 2015
The vote would be a victory for President Obama as Republicans had wanted to strip funding for the president's executive actions on immigration from the bill.
Mar. 3, 2015
The reaction to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech on Iran to a joint meeting of Congress is, so far, along partisan lines.
Mar. 3, 2015
Sara Creech's nursing career fell apart after she returned from Iraq with PTSD. She found purpose - and a new path - on the farm. Now, the USDA is giving veterans like her more financial support.
Mar. 3, 2015
Former Gen. David Petraeus, whose military career has been overshadowed by charges that he provided classified data to his mistress, will avoid a trial.
Mar. 3, 2015
The complicated story behind the simple repetitive wordplay jest.
Mar. 3, 2015
The volcano spewed heavy smoke into the air and lava down its slopes, prompting the evacuation of thousands of people in southern Chile.
Mar. 3, 2015
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is speaking before Congress this morning, in a much anticipated and controversial address. David Greene discusses the speech with NPR's Michele Kelemen.
Mar. 3, 2015
The arrangement circumvented a process that could have automatically preserved Clinton's email communications in government archives.
Mar. 3, 2015
House Republicans are asking why the Obama administration moved money to run the federal insurance marketplace in 37 states, after House Democrats didn't appropriate enough funding.
Mar. 3, 2015
The Israeli premier's remarks are a culmination of a controversy that began in January with he was invited — without input from the White House — to make the speech.
Mar. 3, 2015
The Justice Department claimed patient safety celebrity Dr. Chuck Denham solicited payments from a medical products company to win a prestigious National Quality Forum endorsement for its antiseptic.
Mar. 3, 2015

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