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Multiple dogs were injured Saturday morning after a snowmobiler repeatedly drove towards Aliy Zirkle, Jeff King and their teams. Nash, a 3-year-old male on King's team, was killed in the attack.
Mar. 12, 2016
Two of the Republican candidates said Saturday they may no longer support Donald Trump should he become the nominee following the violent events at a Trump rally in Chicago on Friday night.
Mar. 12, 2016
You can watch live as custom-made drones whir around a track, attempting to win the $250,000 prize at the "World Drone Prix."
Mar. 12, 2016
The 1,031-bed Holman Correctional Facility, about 50 miles north of Mobile, is the only prison in Alabama that carries out executions. Prisoners are reportedly setting fires and roaming the facility.
Mar. 12, 2016
The president's appearance at SXSW's technology conference comes as the Justice Department tries to force Apple to help it unlock an iPhone. Many in the tech world oppose the government's position.
Mar. 12, 2016
The rise in hostile rhetoric against migrants in Germany is being linked to the country's new populist political party. The "Alliance for Germany is expected to win pivotal elections on Sunday.
Mar. 12, 2016
Hall of Famer Goose Gossage tore into the MLB and some of its biggest players in a recent interview. Tennis player Maria Sharapova is awaiting her punishment after testing positive for Meldonium.
Mar. 12, 2016
Keith Emerson, founding member of the rock group, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, has died at the age of 71. His keyboard playing helped usher in the age of progressive rock.
Mar. 12, 2016
Hillary Clinton's biggest demographic weakness in the primary race has been appealing to white men. This is also a major challenge for the Democratic party overall.
Mar. 12, 2016
"Cleaning Your City" is a radio show in Afghanistan where the hosts field complaints from citizens, and call people in power to fix the problems. NPR's Melissa Block talks to co-host Massood Sanjer.
Mar. 12, 2016
The U.N. Security Council, under pressure from the U.S., is taking a tough line against peacekeepers accused of sexually abusing the people they are meant to protect.
Mar. 12, 2016
After canceling a rally in Chicago last night where clashes broke out, Donald Trump is scheduled to campaign this morning in Vandalia, Ohio.
Mar. 12, 2016
Road rage can be a big problem — especially if one of the people is on a bicycle. Now some cyclists are using a new tool: tiny cameras to record their rides.
Mar. 12, 2016
The disturbances at Donald Trump's rally in Chicago last night were the culmination of tension and incidents of violence that have been building around the Republican front runner's campaign.
Mar. 12, 2016
Donald Trump cancelled a campaign rally in Chicago last night after his supporters clashed with protesters inside an arena where thousands were gathered.
Mar. 12, 2016
Lee Sedol has lost three games in a row to Google's AlphaGo program, which means the program has officially defeated the human. Sedol said the pressure was intense, and he felt "powerless."
Mar. 12, 2016
Erin Andrews' lawsuit against a stalker has prompted other women sportscasters to talk about the security risks they face. Fox Sports reporter Laura Okmin shares what measures she takes to feel safe.
Mar. 12, 2016
In countries like Bangladesh and Egypt, they tried it. And they didn't like it. South Africa, on the other hand, is thinking about it.
Mar. 12, 2016
What do Allen Iverson, Tuscan wine and income inequality in Boston have in common? They're all on the #NPRreads list this weekend!
Mar. 12, 2016
In Kutztown, Pa., school nurses stock naloxone to treat heroin overdoses. "Kids aren't afraid of it," a guidance counselor says. "It's available and it's cheap."
Mar. 12, 2016

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