Unions and their supporters around the country are assessing whether the United Auto Workers strike against General Motors is a sign of renewed labor power.
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Google employees say they have built a computer capable of solving problems that current technology practically cannot.
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Protesters are demanding better public services, economic reform and a new government. Many demonstrators do so while holding a Lebanese flag in one hand and a beer in the other.
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Less than two weeks after drawing international praise, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is struggling with unrest at home as his tenuous ally, Jawar Mohammed, alleges a plot against him.
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GOP lawmakers broke House rules by entering a secure area where a closed-door interview was scheduled to be held. Committee rules allow only those serving on those panels conducting inquiry to attend.
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"This wasn't the right word to use and I'm sorry about that," Joe Biden tweeted, after a video resurfaced of him using the term to describe the impeachment of President Bill Clinton.
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Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were arrested at Dulles airport, holding one-way tickets out of the country. Their case begins amid the inquiry into President Trump's alleged political pressure on Ukraine.
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Thirty miles from Washington, D.C., lies one of the largest collections of shipwrecks in the world. Now, these WWI-era vessels are attracting tourists and federal investment.
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President Trump defended his decision to pull some U.S. troops from Syria, arguing that it is time for the U.S. to end its involvement in Middle East conflicts.
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This year, the European Union has had almost triple the average number of wildfires. NPR follows a special unit into the woods in Spain to see how they let them burn for prevention.
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