NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox, R-Utah, who's in charge of his state's coronavirus task force.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Lina al-Hathloul about her sister, Loujain, who has been imprisoned in Saudi Arabia for her women's rights activism.
C.C. the cat has died in Texas at the ripe old age of 18. She was the first cloned pet, genetically identical to her donor but with a friendlier disposition and a differently patterned coat.
Schools and businesses are hiring industrial cleaning companies to prevent coronavirus infection but it may be most valuable as a confidence measure.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Lou Vaile, who fought to reinstate his disabled son's right to vote.
In a suburb of Seattle, plans to convert a hotel into a quarantine site has sparked controversy.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Global Health Correspondent Nurith Aizenman talks to Dr. Bruce Aylward of the World Health Organization about the spread of the coronavirus.
The city of Wuhan may be in lockdown — but its couriers are still on the move, delivering everything from medical supplies to instant noodles.
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The Trump campaign held a Black Voices for Trump event in Milwaukee, part of what many see as an uphill push to peel off some African American votes in battleground states in 2020.
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The focus remains on keeping Congress open. There haven't been any discussions of shutting down public galleries or limiting tours.
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Daylight saving time starts Sunday, March 8, bringing with it an extra hour of sunshine. But changing the clocks has become unpopular, and several states are looking to make a switch.
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The commercial rocket company sent its "Dragon" capsule from Cape Canaveral to the International Space Station on Friday for its 20th resupply mission. It's due to arrive at the space station Monday.
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State authorities say two COVID-19 patients have died, bringing the known death toll in the U.S. to 17. Around the world, schools, companies and even the Vatican are calling off major events.
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