A Minnesota prosecutor says a Minneapolis police officer 'abused his authority to use deadly force' when he killed an Australian woman who was approaching his squad car to report a possible crime.
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The company says it was essential to President Trump's victory but both Trump and other former clients are downplaying the role of its trademark psychological profiling.
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Five people tackle the taboo of periods, simply by talking about them out in the open.
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DNA analysis of remains prove that the men who were abducted in 2014 were killed. Government officials say the victims, found in a village outside of Mosul, were murdered by ISIS.
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Remember that skeleton hanging in the front of your classroom? In some schools, those were actual human remains. We used science to figure out the story behind one of them.
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The education secretary was on Capitol Hill to talk about the proposed budget for her department. She got an earful from Democrats.
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Facebook is under intense pressure after it admitted that analytics firm Cambridge Analytica got access to millions of users' personal data. NPR wants to know how users are feeling.
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As authorities in Texas investigate the explosion of what is believed to be a fifth bomb, people in Austin are worried. Schools, businesses and residents are putting new security measures in place.
President Trump has added a new lawyer to his legal team — one who's been vocal about attacking the Justice Department. He's not the only member of that legal team to do so.
Supreme Court justices on both sides of the ideological spectrum expressed skepticism about California's "truth-in-advertising" law requiring anti-abortion clinics to more fully disclose what they are.
Facebook is under siege from politicians, investors and users for allowing the private information of some 50 million users to become fodder for a data-mining company working for the Trump campaign. The attacks are harsh, but Facebook has moved past earlier controversies without harming its popularity or market value.
President Trump greeted the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and praised arms deals between the two countries and the prince's growing power.
Police say a student with a hand gun shot two classmates Tuesday morning at a Maryland high school. Officers say the shooter was fatally injured in a shootout with a school resource officer.
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole, who is now head of George Mason University's Forensic Science Department, about how FBI profilers could aid the investigation of the bombings happening in Austin, Texas.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Austin, Texas Mayor Steve Adler about the series of bombings that have been happening in city.
If the century-old rail tunnel into New York City fails, the economic pain will be felt up and down the East Coast. That's why a multi-billion-dollar plan to replace it has been called the most important infrastructure project in the country.
In Austin, Texas, investigators are trying to figure out why someone is targeting the city with a series of bombs. A fifth package exploded Tuesday morning at a FedEx distribution center.
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Sandy Parakilas, who worked as an operations manager on the platform team at Facebook in 2011 and 2012. In the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Parakilas says Facebook cannot be trusted to regulate itself.