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Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient and activist for girls' education, shared the stories she heard from her recent trip visiting women around the world at the U.N. in New York.
Sept. 24, 2017
New restrictions will apply to North Korea, Venezuela and Chad, starting on Oct. 18. Sudan has been dropped from the travel ban, which is before the Supreme Court next month.
Sept. 24, 2017
"We will hunt Chancellor Merkel. We will bring our county and our nation back," AfD leader Alexander Gauland told a cheering crowd of supporters. Is this a foretaste of the new tone in the parliament?
Sept. 24, 2017
Thousands of people flock to the museum each day, making it one of the most popular Smithsonian destinations in the nation's capital.
Sept. 24, 2017
Julie Rover, chief Washington Correspondent for Kaiser Health News, talks about the state of health care in the U.S. today, and how it could move forward.
Sept. 24, 2017
The idea of a single-payer health care system has gained traction among some Americans and Democrats. Dr. Danielle Martin explains how Canada's single-payer health care system works in her country.
Sept. 24, 2017
Iraq's Kurdistan region is scheduled to hold a referendum on independence on Monday, despite warnings from the U.S., the U.N. and neighboring countries.
Sept. 24, 2017
Exit polls from Germany show Chancellor Angela Merkel winning another term, but her party did not do as well as expected — and a right-wing party won seats in Parliament for the first time.
Sept. 24, 2017
Lonnie Bunch, executive director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American Art and Culture, shares his thoughts on the past year as the museum celebrates one year on the National Mall.
Sept. 24, 2017
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with ESPN sports commentator Kevin Blackistone and Robert Costa, a political writer at The Washington Post, about the latest mix of sports and politics.
Sept. 24, 2017
Kansas Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer, who is also a physician, speaks to NPR's Michel Martin about his support for the latest health care bill that aims to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
Sept. 24, 2017
The future of the latest Republican effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act remains in question after two Republican senators have come out firmly against it, as others remain doubtful.
Sept. 24, 2017
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

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