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President Trump's response to the Charlottesville rally drew sharp criticism from his own party, but the backlash from Republican leaders was short-lived.
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One year after the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., experts who monitor domestic extremism in the United States are taking stock of where the far-right movement stands.
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"An airline employee conducted an unauthorized takeoff without passengers at Sea-Tac," the airport tweeted. Authorities say the plane crashed on a nearby island.
After three days of deliberation the San Francisco jury sided with Dewayne Johnson, a former school groundskeeper who regularly used the popular herbicide Roundup.
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As fires continue to rage in California, smoke is causing health problems for some residents. Public health officials warn against breathing polluted air.
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About 550 immigrant children between the ages of 5 and 17 are still separated from their families. The government has presented a framework that outlines steps to reunite them.
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The shower will peak late Sunday night and early Monday morning, but you can also catch a good number of meteors in the middle of the night on Saturday. Find a dark spot and let your eyes adjust.
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After freezing millions of dollars in assistance, the Trump administration may be on the verge of formally cutting off the aid.
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Dozens of states, cities and other groups are trying to get a question about U.S. citizenship status removed from the 2020 census. Two cases in New York are already heading toward a potential trial.
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Former reality TV star and Trump aide Omarosa Manigault Newman spoke to NPR about explosive allegations in her new book, Unhinged, but part of her account changed in the interview.
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NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Michelle Goldberg, columnist for The New York Times, and Guy Benson, political editor of Townhall.com about the leaked recording of Rep. Devin Nunes, Paul Manafort's trial, and the impact of the special election in Ohio's 12th District.
Shreyas Royal, one of the world's best chess players in his age group, was to be deported after his father's work visa expired. But following outcry, the U.K. government made an exception.
President Trump boasts that his trade policies are bringing back the steel industry, but corporate earnings reports suggest they're also hurting the bottom line at some manufacturing companies.
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Craft beer is booming, but it is not very popular in the African-American community and there are few black brewers. The first craft beer festival for African-American brewers aims to change that.
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On Friday the Movement for Democratic Change, opposition candidate Nelson Chamisa's party, filed an objection to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's victory. "We have a good case and cause!!" Chamisa said.
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The brand-new Grand Mosque in Weizhou is slated for destruction. The Chinese government says it lacked the right permits, but worshipers see the demolition as an attack on their faith.
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Rachel Martin speaks with NPR's Ruth Sherlock about another terrible turn in the war in Yemen – with images of bloodied children after an airstrike Thursday that killed dozens.
Forrest Gordon Clark, 51, faces a life sentence if convicted of igniting the Southern California blaze. The wildfire has forced more than 21,000 people to evacuate.
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North Korea's foreign ministry says improved relations outlined in the Singapore summit are being derailed by "high-level officials" who are "going against the intention of President Trump."
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Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is the state's top elections official, who leads Gov. Jeff Colyer by a paper-thin margin in initial vote counts in the state's Republican gubernatorial primary.
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