Rumors and untruths are spreading online — from conspiracy theories about the origin of the virus to outlandish treatments.
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In the digital era, accusations of surreptitious chart manipulation are common throughout the world — in South Korea, it's called sajaegi.
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No one can say whether the tough measures will help defeat coronavirus, But they've definitely changed daily life — and raised concerns.
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No one can say if the tough measures will help defeat coronavirus, But they've definitely changed daily life — and raised concerns.
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More than 15,000 people had sought to run for one of the 290 seats in Iran's parliament, but the government disqualified thousands — many of them reformist or moderate candidates — last month.
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The quasi cease-fire was hammered out during protracted negotiations in Qatar that began in 2018 and could ultimately lead to a significant reduction in U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
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We checked in with educators to see what tools their students are using to create entries for NPR's Student Podcast Challenge.
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It's not as mean as it might sound (though it does involve a little electrocution) and the results can be both beautiful and, well, eye-opening.
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The notion of a shorter workweek might sound crazy to overworked Americans, but around the world, companies and even governments are starting to embrace it. The key is fewer meetings and distractions.
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Gavin Newsom focused his recent State of the State speech on homelessness. He has worked on the issue for 20 years, from San Francisco City Hall to the Capitol in Sacramento.
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To prepare for more development, lawmakers in Florida are commissioning new toll roads through rural areas. But some communities are pushing back. "We don't need this toll road," one resident says.
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