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Details about the national spirit squad emerged as delegations from North and South Korea meet to discuss how the pariah regime will participate in the Pyeongchang Olympics in February.
Jan. 17, 2018
The Supreme Court hears arguments in a case in which the defendant's lawyer told the jury he was guilty over the defendant's explicit objection.
Jan. 17, 2018
The chairman of the board, former Alaska Gov. Tony Knowles, said in a letter that the Department of the Interior showed no interest in engaging with its members.
Jan. 17, 2018
We got more than 100 letters from our listeners about how y'all feel like fakes. Here are some of our favorites.
Jan. 17, 2018
This week on Ask Code Switch, a question from a Florida high school student who wants to know how to fight against injustice without antagonizing his teachers.
Jan. 17, 2018
Accidental deaths, which include overdoses, have become the third-leading killer for Americans for the first time in more than a century, according to the National Safety Council.
Jan. 17, 2018
GOP lawmakers want a compromise to prevent a shutdown for at least another month. But many Democrats have promised a no-vote unless protections for "Dreamers" are part of the bargain.
Jan. 17, 2018
The Russia probe is largely viewed with a political tint, but most Americans believe the special counsel should be allowed to finish the investigation, according to an NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.
Jan. 17, 2018
A new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that Congress, the political parties and the media rank among the least-trusted U.S. institutions in the age of President Trump.
Jan. 17, 2018
Home health firms sometimes turn away Medicare beneficiaries who have chronic health problems by incorrectly claiming Medicare won't pay their for their services, say advocates for patients.
Jan. 17, 2018
Jerry Chung Shing Lee, 53, was arrested at New York's JFK Airport on Monday, capping a six-year investigation that began when the FBI searched his hotel room in 2012, uncovering classified notes.
Jan. 17, 2018
New year, new stories. Let us know which topics, stories and notable people you want us to cover in the coming year.
Jan. 16, 2018
A total of 17 crew members were killed. The two incidents called into question the Navy's training procedures and preparation.
Jan. 16, 2018
The Navy rear admiral found himself in the spotlight Tuesday as he offered a folksy and authoritative update on the president's physical exam.
Jan. 16, 2018
Not long after he suppressed a powerful sneeze, the patient's neck began swelling, crackling and popping. It was a rare case — and he recovered — but doctors say there's a moral here: Just let it rip.
Jan. 16, 2018
The law that requires America to turn some of its soybeans into diesel fuel for trucks has created a new industry. But it's costing American consumers about $5 billion each year.
Jan. 16, 2018
"It's a level of incompetence that's almost incomprehensible," the plaintiff's lawyer tells NPR. The surgical instrument had been causing him abdominal pain for four years before it was discovered.
Jan. 16, 2018
Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants the high court to reverse a decision out of California forcing the government to resume accepting DACA applications. He said the ruling defies common sense.
Jan. 16, 2018
Is it fair to make a connection between the president's comments and the way aid groups and the media portray poverty? Our readers weigh in.
Jan. 16, 2018
Dr. Ronny Jackson said the president could benefit from losing between 10 and 15 pounds over the coming year as well as beginning an exercise regimen.
Jan. 16, 2018

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