An experimental program in Rwanda tried to teach men to do more chores, listen to their wife instead of bossing her around and get involved in raising the kids. Did it work?
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The panels are nearly 10 feet high and more than 2 inches thick. Tourists will still be able to enter the gardens underneath the tower after passing through security fences.
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Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort will be jailed until his trial. Rachel Martin talks to NPR's Justice Department reporter Ryan Lucas about the case.
Seeking solutions for the opioid crisis, policy makers in Illinois and many other states are looking to expand access to marijuana for chronic pain sufferers.
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Host Steve Inskeep is joined by NPR White House reporter Ayesha Rascoe and national security editor Phil Ewing to talk about Trump's wide-ranging press appearance on Friday on the White House lawn.
Trump held a wide-ranging news conference on the White House lawn Friday morning, saying the threat of nuclear war with North Korea is "largely solved."
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The president spoke to Fox News today, addressing a new inspector general's report and tariffs against Chinese-made products. Rachel Martin discusses with NPR White House correspondent Scott Horsley.
The former president of Italy's soccer federation is accused of groping a colleague. The New York Times and The Guardian say prosecutors believe the woman, in her 50s, was too old to be intimidated.
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President Trump imposes a 25 percent tariff on $50 billion of Chinese goods, saying the U.S. is targeting China's technology sector.
The holiday cease-fire — promised on both sides — is a rare act of goodwill. However, not all warring parties in Afghanistan are laying down arms.
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A lawyer has released body cam footage from January showing police hitting a man and later mocking him as he lies bleeding. It's the department's third use-of-force controversy this month.
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Paul Manafort had a long career as a Washington wheeler-dealer before Donald Trump hired him to run his campaign in 2016. Now, he may find himself in jail.
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