Posts Tagged ‘NPR’

NPR – A NASA spacecraft successfully touched down on a skyscraper-sized asteroid 200 million miles away, in order to collect a small amount of rock and dust...

NPR – Two coronavirus studies have been put on pause by drugmakers as they investigate safety concerns. The pauses are not uncommon or cause for undue concern,...

NPR/Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says he believes that President Vladimir Putin had him poisoned with a rare nerve agent. In an interview published Thursday,...

NPR – On Election Day, NASA astronaut Kate Rubins will be more than 200 miles above her nearest polling place. But she’s still planning to...

NPR – It looks, for now, like President Trump has bounced back a little after bottoming out. The president was at a low point against former...

NPR – If you’re wondering when it will be safe to date again — or how to do it — you’re not alone. It certainly...

NPR – A former top Department of Homeland Security official who resigned in April says the Trump administration is creating the conditions for domestic extremism to...

NPR/Amid widespread alarm about the ability of the embattled U.S. Postal Service to deliver mailed election ballots on time, pandemic-wary voters are now being told that in-person...

NPR – Amboseli National Park in Kenya is experiencing something of an elephant baby boom. There are several threats to elephant populations — climate change...

NPR/The European Union is hitting six high-placed Russian officials with sanctions over the suspected assassination attempt of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, citing the use...

NPR/Saad Aljabri knows a lot of secrets. The former senior intelligence official in Saudi Arabia’s Interior Ministry was a valued partner of the U.S. government,...

NPR/As the world approaches the 1 million mark for COVID-19 fatalities, public health experts believe the actual toll – the recorded deaths plus the unrecorded...

NPR – On a street in Rochester, N.Y., earlier this month, police and demonstrators clashed violently, with marchers shouting and coughing as officers in riot gear...

NPR/Friday marks the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks against the United States — the single deadliest instance of a terrorist attack in...

NPR/Glatt believes that the Warsaw ghetto experience has much to teach the world as it struggles to deal with COVID-19. “The level of desire and...

NPR – A viewer watching the Republican National Convention on Monday night could be forgiven for thinking that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were not the...

NPR – A couple of years before California Sen. Kamala Harris announced that she would run for president, she returned to Howard University to speak to...