Bread — and the lack thereof — plays a role in many corners of the world facing a crisis, from Israel and Gaza to Ukraine to ...
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In a parking lot and on San Francisco Bay, NPR witnesses two different tests for solar geoengineering to tackle climate ...
Israeli strikes on the southern Gaza city of Rafah killed 13 people, including nine children. Meanwhile, the United States ...
A naval chief petty officer who served on a Japan-based destroyer was found guilty of sharing classified information with a ...
President Biden has expressed support for the House foreign aid package. It now heads to the Senate, where it is also ...
TikTok's algorithm, the secret sauce of the app, is owned by ByteDance. And during the Trump administration's campaign ...
Amid longstanding efforts to increase diversity in these fields, and as STEM jobs are expected to rise in the coming years, ...
The man took out pamphlets espousing conspiracy theories, tossed them around, then doused himself in an accelerant and set ...
George Takei was just 4 years old when when President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066: "I hereby authorize ...
NPR's Scott Simon remarks on the long career of John Sterling, the New York Yankees' play-by-play announcer, who is retiring ...
The legislation would extend for two years the program known as Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, or ...