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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with NPR CEO Jarl Mohn about how NPR has handled allegations of sexual harassment against NPR's Senior Vice President for News Michael Oreskes, who resigned Wednesday.
Nov. 1, 2017
Wisconsin has always been proud of its dairy industry, even branding itself "America's Dairyland" on the state license plate. But some business leaders say the nickname and the state's agricultural image is outdated, and want a more progressive slogan.
Nov. 1, 2017
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello talks with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly about how the island plans to rebuild in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria and the devastation it caused.
Nov. 1, 2017
Police say the suspect in Tuesday's terror attack in New York followed a recent trend. The threat of domestic terror has taken on a new, low-tech, sole actor model, similar to vehicle attacks in Europe.
Nov. 1, 2017
Police say the man accused of Tuesday's terror attack in New York City did it in the name of the Islamic State. They also say he had been planning the attack for several weeks.
Nov. 1, 2017
A Christian congregation outside Jakarta built a new church legally, but Muslims in the area object to it. In 2010, the Supreme Court ruled to allow worship at the church, but it remains sealed.
Nov. 1, 2017
At what could be one of Janet Yellen's last meetings as Federal Reserve chair, policymakers decided to keep short-term rates unchanged. But analysts are looking for a rate increase next month.
Nov. 1, 2017
The U.S. Navy released its findings on two separate crashes involving destroyers that killed a total of 17 sailors this summer. "Both of these accidents were preventable," the Navy's top officer said.
Nov. 1, 2017
The Aboriginal owners of the sacred sandstone rock have long requested that visitors not climb it. But now climbing Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) will be officially prohibited.
Nov. 1, 2017
A new book chronicles the gastronomic adventures of six influential Americans in the City of Lights and what they brought back to the U.S.
Nov. 1, 2017
The former president, who has been reticent on policy issues, uses his star power to urge people to shop for health insurance as open enrollment opens on the exchanges.
Nov. 1, 2017
Pet stores in California will only be able to sell dogs, cats, and rabbits rescued from shelters — but that doesn't mean the so-called "puppy mills" are going away.
Nov. 1, 2017
Nearly 40 million Americans live miles away from fresh, healthy food, and participants in the "Grocery Walk" wanted to show how difficult it can be to get basic items in these often low-income areas.
Nov. 1, 2017
Facebook, Twitter and Google face questions from the Senate and House Intelligence Committees on Wednesday, which are revealing more than ever about last year's Russian interference campaign.
Nov. 1, 2017
The Islamic State began urging supporters to carry out vehicle attacks last year. Europe, where weapons are harder to obtain, has suffered multiple attacks. Now New York has been hit.
Nov. 1, 2017
"This morning I asked Mike Oreskes for his resignation because of inappropriate behavior," NPR CEO Jarl Mohn said in a memo to NPR staff. "I have received his resignation, effective immediately."
Nov. 1, 2017
Body camera footage showed a Salt Lake City officer roughly arresting nurse Alex Wubbels for following a hospital policy. She plans to use some of the money to help others get access to police video.
Nov. 1, 2017
Mustafa Abed lost his leg as a baby during the battle of Fallujah. A nonprofit arranged medical treatment for him in Oregon but then lost touch. With help from NPR's Jane Arraf, they have reconnected.
Nov. 1, 2017
In March, WNYC reported on three unusual real estate deals in New York City by Paul Manafort. The indictment addresses two of them.
Nov. 1, 2017
Dispatch audio recorded from the New York Police Department as Monday's attack unfolded in the city reveals a dramatic — and often tense — response.
Nov. 1, 2017

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