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The unexploded bomb, which had been buried for decades, was discovered near a gas station in Thessaloniki. Officials took no chances, evacuating more than 70,000 people before removing it.
Feb. 12, 2017
Monday's the day to celebrate the best unofficial holiday made just for women: Galentine's Day. And for that, we thank our lady of Parks and Recreation, Leslie Knope.
Feb. 12, 2017
Melissa McCarthy got a lot of attention for her enraged impression of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer last week. This week she was back, along with Alec Baldwin reprising Donald Trump.
Feb. 12, 2017
Those all-too-common lists of cheap places to eat are part of a broader restaurant culture that devalues immigrant labor and ignores the consequences, says commentator and restaurateur Diep Tran.
Feb. 12, 2017
The controversy over President Trump's Education Secretary has brought new interest in seeking local office.
Feb. 12, 2017
Pyongyang again defied United Nations resolutions and test-fired a missile early Sunday morning, local time. It earned a swift rebuke from neighbors.
Feb. 12, 2017
After much debate, Yale University announced Saturday that it's changing the name of a residential college that honors a 19th century alumnus who ardently supported slavery.
Feb. 11, 2017
In the latest series of 'Going There' live conversations from around the country, Michel Martin visits Asheville, N.C., a small mountain town in the midst of some very big changes.
Feb. 11, 2017
The new head of the Federal Communications Commission has taken steps to unravel many of his predecessor's policies. These changes might directly affect consumers and their access to the Internet.
Feb. 11, 2017
For American-born children of African immigrants, being black and African in America can create tension both at home and among friends.
Feb. 11, 2017
International groups warn of a looming food crisis in parts of Nigeria due to civil conflict. Children are the most vulnerable in these conditions, but up to 9 million people could be affected.
Feb. 11, 2017
Somalia has been functioning without an effective government for decades. The new President unseated the incumbent in a surprise upset, raising questions about who he is and what lies ahead.
Feb. 11, 2017
Morning Consult Chief Research Officer Kyle Dropp talks about a recent survey which shows one third of respondents are still confused about the Affordable Care Act and what repealing it would mean.
Feb. 11, 2017
Grassroots opposition to President Donald Trump and his policies show no sign of cooling off as activists and angry constituents disrupted the town hall meetings of several Republican House members.
Feb. 11, 2017
Immigration raids in California, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Kansas, New York and Texas have immigrant rights groups saying federal officials are cracking down, but ICE says it's not unusual.
Feb. 11, 2017
Across the U.S., anti-abortion protesters flocked to clinics to demand the defunding of Planned Parenthood. In many cities, supporters showed up to counterprotest — sometimes right across the street.
Feb. 11, 2017
The European Union's top diplomat, Federica Mogherini, is expecting a more businesslike, "transactional" approach with President Trump, who's been skeptical of the EU and backs the British exit plan.
Feb. 11, 2017
Between a penumbral eclipse, a full moon and even Earth's closest comet encounter in over 30 years, there's been no lack of lovely sights at night this week. In case you missed them, here's a look.
Feb. 11, 2017
This week, the White House incorrectly claimed the country's murder rate was at a high, brought up a non-existent Atlanta terrorist attack and again made false claims of widespread voter fraud.
Feb. 11, 2017
Volunteers gathered early to send some 100 surviving whales back to sea, after one of the worst mass strandings in New Zealand's history. But just hours later, a new large pod washed ashore nearby.
Feb. 11, 2017

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