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Instead of drifting gently onto Mars' surface, the Schiaparelli Mars lander hit the planet hard — and possibly exploded, the European Space Agency says.
Oct. 21, 2016
He's the doctor who founded Partners in Health. The damage he saw seemed worse than the earthquake's toll. And he couldn't get over the way people reacted.
Oct. 21, 2016
Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.
Oct. 21, 2016
Militants struck police stations and a power station in the northern city of Kirkuk. In Mosul, the U.N. says it is concerned ISIS may be using civilians as human shields as Iraqi forces advance.
Oct. 21, 2016
How do Republicans appeal to Latino voters in a year when their presidential nominee has campaigned for a wall with Mexico and mass deportation?
Oct. 21, 2016
The lawyer representing the head of the powerful Sinaloa drug cartel will seek to have Mexico's Supreme Court review the case, local media report.
Oct. 21, 2016
The announcement comes days after Burundi became the first country to withdraw from the war crimes court. The nations accuse the ICC of targeting African countries and calling for regime change.
Oct. 21, 2016
Another case of domestic violence is challenging the NFL's claim it has reformed its policies on player conduct.
Oct. 21, 2016
Palestinians are flocking to a string of Nutella cafés that have popped up in the region. The cafes offer a welcome refuge from the realities of living in a conflict zone.
Oct. 21, 2016
The annual event, hosted by the Catholic archbishop of New York, is supposed to be a friendly, funny meeting of the two major-party presidential nominees. Last night, it was something else.
Oct. 21, 2016
The Supreme Court Justice is set to play a non-singing role on opening night of the Donizetti Opera, "The Daughter of the Regiment" at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
Oct. 21, 2016
It's hashtags vs. Robert Mugabe. Social media is proving a new kind of challenge to Zimbabwe's strong-armed autocrat.
Oct. 21, 2016
Texas school officials have until early November to explain why they placed a limit on the percentage of children enrolled in special education, as a Houston Chronicle investigation revealed.
Oct. 21, 2016
Gloria Steinem, noted feminist and author, says that if Hillary Clinton is elected to the White House, it does not signify a post-gender society. It's only a beginning, she says.
Oct. 21, 2016
The police force has regrouped outside the city and is eager to return and reclaim Mosul from the Islamic State. But some officers speak openly of their desire to settle scores.
Oct. 21, 2016
The mayor is handing out a half-million whistles to women in hopes of combating sexual harassment on public transportation. But critics say this only addresses a small part of the problem.
Oct. 21, 2016
A new policy statement says kids as young as 15 months can learn from media when a caregiver is present and involved.
Oct. 20, 2016
The American Academy of Pediatrics has launched more liberal guidelines on children's media use. They're offering parents an online tool to help manage the what, where and when of family screen time.
Oct. 20, 2016
The pharmaceutical company Ariad raised the price of a leukemia drug multiple times during a four-year period even as reports of serious cardiovascular side effects mounted.
Oct. 20, 2016
Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO says, once the technology is fully-enabled, the cars will be able to drive with no human input. Musk says previously built Teslas can't be retro-fitted with the latest features.
Oct. 20, 2016

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