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Police say one person is dead and eight others were wounded at a church outside of Nashville Sunday.
Sept. 24, 2017
Early poll results from Sunday's vote show the AfD had the best showing for a far-right party in decades, taking third place.
Sept. 24, 2017
Preliminary results show German voters gave Chancellor Angela Merkel a mandate for a fourth term today, but with far fewer votes than needed for her to govern without forming a coalition.
Sept. 24, 2017
North Korea's foreign minister referred to Pyongyang's "nuclear hammer of justice," when he spoke at the U.N. Saturday, the same day the U.S. flew bombers near North Korean shores.
Sept. 24, 2017
Two years ago in The New York Times' food section, Syne Newberry commented on this recipe — and the bittersweet end to her marriage. The comment went on to become Internet legend.
Sept. 24, 2017
Donald Trump's former campaign chairman is in the special counsel's crosshairs. Facebook and Twitter are under the interrogation lights. Here's a look back at the past week in the Russia imbroglio.
Sept. 24, 2017
Indian Country Today Media Network announced it would "cease active operations." That leaves a big hole in news coverage by, and about, Native Americans.
Sept. 24, 2017
The bill would make big changes to the nation's health care system by rolling back key requirements of Obamacare, including that insurers not charge more to people with pre-existing conditions.
Sept. 24, 2017
Romanian photographer Mihaela Noroc spent four years making portraits of women around the world. "In the end, I think beauty just means just being yourself," she says.
Sept. 24, 2017
Sports leagues have struggled with how to define gender when it comes to deciding who can play. Pro hockey player Harrison Browne has decided to postpone hormone therapy for one more year on the ice.
Sept. 24, 2017
In remarks Friday night in Alabama, Trump took issue with NFL players who have knelt in protest during the national anthem. And on Twitter Saturday, he targeted Stephen Curry of the NBA.
Sept. 23, 2017
After Maria hit, airport operations in San Juan are limited. Flights to Puerto Rico have been booked, boarded — then returned to the gate, to send weary travelers back for another round of bookings.
Sept. 23, 2017
The singer, inspired as a teen by James Brown, didn't release his first album until 2011, at the age of 62. For the six years that followed, through a battle with cancer, he never wasted a moment.
Sept. 23, 2017
The National Weather Service warned locals to evacuate, but with most communications down, it remained unclear how many would heed the alerts.
Sept. 23, 2017
All year, NPR member station reporters around the country have asked people how they would be affected by proposals to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Here are five of those stories.
Sept. 23, 2017
The quake occurred close to the site where the country detonated a hydrogen bomb earlier this month.
Sept. 23, 2017
Michael Fernandez, executive director of CARAS, a nonprofit based in Puerto Rico, speaks with NPR's Scott Simon from the island, where he's aiding in the disaster recovery efforts.
Sept. 23, 2017
Researchers used an innovative method to come up with the data for the years from 2000 to 2015. What's behind the encouraging trend?
Sept. 23, 2017
Police found the bodies of Orouba Barakat and her daughter, Halla, a U.S. citizen, in their Istanbul apartment, Their deaths have left family and the wider Syrian diaspora fearing for their lives.
Sept. 23, 2017
Obamacare made it easier for people to leave jobs to start their own ventures and entice others to join, knowing they could buy insurance independently. Some entrepreneurs worry that could change.
Sept. 23, 2017

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