NPR News

Katherine Archuleta, the head of Office of Personnel Management who's been under fire since revelations that millions of people's personal data was compromised, is resigning.
Jul. 10, 2015
Hundreds of conservative pastors around the country are so upset about what they see as a moral crisis in government that they are preparing to run for public office themselves.
Jul. 10, 2015
Francis received an unusual gift from Bolivian President Evo Morales — a crucifix in the shape of a hammer and sickle.
Jul. 10, 2015
In a momentous ruling, Florida's Supreme Court scrambled the state's Congressional district maps just over a year before the next election.
Jul. 10, 2015
The ceremony was emotional and it marked the end of an era for South Carolina.
Jul. 10, 2015
In the long run, "the Sanders summer" is likely to boost Clinton's bid for the White House. Indeed, from her perspective, Sanders may be the ideal rival en route to the nomination.
Jul. 10, 2015
Legendary Egyptian actor Omar Sharif has died at the age of 83. He became a global star in the 1960s with films like Lawrence of Arabia and Doctor Zhivago — but his career started in Cairo.
Jul. 10, 2015
The International Energy Agency, in its latest forecast, says demand will continue to wane well into next year, but that a "rebalance" of the market will eventually stabilize prices.
Jul. 10, 2015
It's the first time any women's team has been celebrated in New York's famed Canyon of Heroes: thousands are expected for a parade honoring the U.S. women's national soccer team's World Cup title.
Jul. 10, 2015
In the post-earthquake chaos, farmers are turning loose old cows and baby bulls. And the city doesn't have the resources to deal with the wandering bovines.
Jul. 10, 2015
Five airports on Java, Bali and Lombok have been closed as a result of the eruption of Mount Raung, which has sent clouds of ash drifting over the region.
Jul. 10, 2015
The flag will be brought down from a 30-foot pole on Friday. The historic flag will then be moved to the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum.
Jul. 10, 2015
Goal-setting closed achievement gaps in a recent experiment. The key element? Students put their thoughts in writing.
Jul. 10, 2015
In a meeting with the ruling coalition in Athens, Alexis Tsipras said Greeks had given him a mandate to get a better deal not bow out of the eurozone.
Jul. 10, 2015
At a rain delay in Pittsburgh, Pirates' infielder Jung Ho Kang gave his teammates a show. TV footage shows him nailing Psy's signature pony-ride dance. The rain went away, but the Pirates still lost.
Jul. 10, 2015
Climbers who conquer Japan's tallest mountain will now be able to upload their achievement online immediately. Mount Fuji is getting eight hotspots with free Wi-Fi.
Jul. 10, 2015
The Army is preparing to cut 40,000 soldiers as part of defense spending cuts. We visit Hinesville, Georgia, which depends heavily on nearby Fort Stewart, one of the places to be scaled back.
Jul. 10, 2015
South Carolina is set to take down the flag that's flown on the statehouse grounds for years. It will be taken down the street to the South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum.
Jul. 10, 2015
Greeks who want their country to continue using the euro held a rally in Athens Thursday. Many see it as a last-ditch attempt to pressure the government to reach an agreement with its lenders.
Jul. 10, 2015
Internal audits, never before made public, provide striking evidence of billing mistakes in Medicare Advantage health plans. The Center for Public Integrity filed suit to obtain the records.
Jul. 10, 2015

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