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NPR/North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is calling for his country to prepare for another “arduous march” — using a phrase that has come to...

NPR – It’s become so common, perhaps you’ve stopped noticing how often your local weather forecast is “above normal.” It’s during extreme heat in the...

NPR – It’s been a long year for basically everyone — and especially for Dr. Henry Walke. For months on end, Walke has been pulling 13-hour...

NPR – Before the grounding of the massive Ever Given container ship in the Suez Canal, some 50 vessels a day, or about 10% of...

NPR – As of January and early February of this year, 44% of elementary students and 48% of middle school students in the survey remained...

NPR – The Osage Nation in northeastern Oklahoma is one of about a dozen tribal nations in the U.S. that has significant oil and gas reserves....

NPR/Deadly unrest continues to grip Myanmar as ongoing protests challenge the country’s Feb. 1 military coup and President Biden and regional leaders are urging the...

NPR – Two scientists, longtime friends and colleagues became two of the most public faces of the U.S. efforts to fight what ultimately became the...

NPR – It turns out a COVID-19 vaccine that stirred controversy in India may be effective after all. The Indian government approved the use of the...

NPR – The number of migrants encountered at the U.S.-Mexico border in March was the most in at least 15 years, as agents for U.S. Customs...

NPR/An express passenger train partially derailed Friday inside a mountain tunnel in eastern Taiwan, killing at least 51 people and injuring dozens in what is...

NPR/China has provoked international alarm by massing ships in the South China Sea near a reef claimed by both China and the Philippines. This week,...

NPR – Cuba has a dream — to have so much COVID-19 vaccine that not only could everyone on the island get immunized but Cuba would...

NPR/Russian President Vladimir Putin has reacted angrily after President Biden agreed in an interview that the Kremlin leader was “a killer.” “It takes one to...

NPR – Are robots coming for your job? New York Times tech columnist Kevin Roose says companies and governments are increasingly using automation and artificial intelligence to cut...

NPR – Paris Fashion Week, the last of the autumn-winter 2021 womenswear shows that take place in the U.S. and Europe, has pressed on with a...

NPR/The Dalai Lama, the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, left his home on Saturday to receive his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and promote vaccination...