How do you reach patients in a conflict zone? Health workers are coming up with creative strategies in a violent zone of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Many social sciences experiments couldn't be reproduced in a new study, thus calling into question their findings. The field of social science is pushing hard to improve its scientific rigor.
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The nation's student loan watchdog has resigned from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, arguing that its current leadership has undermined efforts to protect student borrowers.
Afghan officials declared success after American forces targeted Abu Sayeed Orakzai. The U.S. military says the strike took place near the border with Pakistan.
Dried Manchurian scorpions? Think softshell crabs. Crickets? They're not far from crawfish. A new series aims to showcase the flavors of edible insects — prized ingredients in parts of the world.
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After a grand jury report alleging mass child abuse in the Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, some parishioners skipped Mass, including a family who says their identity and community are in question.
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Ryen Aleman tells NPR how he and another gamer hid in a restroom to avoid the shooter. As the two huddled in a stall, they could hear gunshots and the cries of people who had been hit.
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Broadcast, cable and streaming networks have a lot on tap for the remainder of 2018. Our television and pop culture team has assembled a list of the most promising shows coming your way.
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The senator and presidential candidate had a willingness to take the high road, even if it wasn't politically popular. That may have cost him some supporters but earned him the respect of others.
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In the fifteen years since he released Trap Muzik, Tip Harris has reinvented himself a thousand times over. But the stories he recounts from that era make his Tiny Desk a memorable one.
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