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It's an idea long supported by most of the commercial airlines and the union, who say the system is inefficient under the Federal Aviation Administration.
June 5, 2017
A recently fired employee of Fiamma Inc. returned to his former workplace and fatally shot five people before killing himself, according to local authorities.
June 5, 2017
The planet called KELT-9b is around three times more massive than Jupiter. It orbits a blue star about 650 light-years away from Earth that's nearly twice as hot as our own sun.
June 5, 2017
The concert, which included performances from Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Liam Gallagher, Justin Bieber and others, was the most-watched program of the year in Britain.
June 5, 2017
President Trump tweeted in defense of his travel ban, using language that could hamper his administration's legal argument. The tweets also threaten to overshadow the rollout of infrastructure policy.
June 5, 2017
The coordinated move closes Qatar's lone land-based border crossing. It comes amid accusations of support for terrorism and suspicions about ties with Iran.
June 5, 2017
The former Fox News star's debut on NBC featured an interview with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Neither Putin, nor our television critic, was impressed.
June 5, 2017
But Carson says that "how a person thinks" is only one component that contributes to being poor. He spoke to NPR about the comment and how his agency hopes to "break these cycles" of poverty.
June 5, 2017
Congress returns Monday from the Memorial Day recess without any discernible progress in the Senate on health care legislation — and time is getting short.
June 5, 2017
Teenage pregnancy rates have declined across the country, but some parts of Texas have made much less progress on that. Abstinence-only sex ed policies may be one reason why.
June 5, 2017
At a Ford's Theatre gala Sunday night in Washington, D.C., President Trump described the weekend London attack as "horrific." ISIS claimed responsibility for the incident that killed 7 people.
June 5, 2017
Thousands of demonstrators from varying groups converged in Portland, Ore. Sunday afternoon in the wake of the fatal stabbing of two Portland men who tried to stop another man's anti-Muslim tirade.
June 4, 2017
Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.
June 4, 2017
A mother and daughter talk about what it means for them to come out as lesbian in different eras, and how labels — or a lack thereof — have shaped their coming out stories.
June 4, 2017
This week marks the 50th Anniversary of the Arab-Israeli Six Day War. Michel Martin speaks with Jane Eisner, editor of The Forward, about Israelis' feelings toward marking the event.
June 4, 2017
Jeanette Woods talks with NPR's Michel Martin about her podcast, Cosby Unraveled. It explores Bill Cosby's beginnings in the projects of North Philadelphia, the peak of his influence and his downfall.
June 4, 2017
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Oregon Public Broadcasting's Amelia Templeton who's on scene at a Pro-Trump Rally in downtown Portland, Ore.
June 4, 2017
NPR's Michel Martin talks with Eric Liu, founder of Citizen University and director of the Aspen Institute's Citizenship and American Identity Program, about citizenship and civic responsibility.
June 4, 2017
The Conservative party had a strong lead in the upcoming U.K. general election, but NPR's Michel Martin and Prof. Roger Scully of Cardiff University talk about what's changed.
June 4, 2017
Charles Kurzman, professor of sociology at University North Carolina at Chapel Hill talks with NPR's Michel Martin about how acts of terrorism are portrayed and perceived versus their reality.
June 4, 2017

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