Commentator Kevin Blackistone is overjoyed his alma mater, Northwestern, has finally made the NCAA basketball tournament — but with some caveats.
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As the new secretary of state starts a six-day sweep through East Asia, he heads into a region full of challenges, both old and new.
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Rachel Martin talks to Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri who sits on one of the Senate committees that must approve the Republican health care bill in order for it to reach the floor.
South Florida officials tell the Tampa Bay Times they're hiring 25 people to kill pythons in the Everglades. The job pays $8.10 an hour plus the opportunity for bonuses.
Hockey players are known for being tough and fast but did you know they also have epic hair? John King's 2017 ranking for the best hair in a Minnesota high school hockey league is out.
The Netherlands holds parliamentary elections on Wednesday, and the far-right candidate Geert Wilders is expected to do well.
As the country has become more polarized, we increasingly disagree not just on policy, but on the facts. Can more and better information solve the problem of fake news?
Rachel Martin talks to Molly Ball, who profiles presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway in the new issue of "The Atlantic." The story is called: "Kellyanne's Alternative Universe."
The U.S. military is wrapping up counter-terrorism training with African armies battling ISIS-affiliated Boko Haram. In one exercise, troops from Chad secured a vital waterway and attacked a Boko Haram safe haven.
Airbnb says a study which claims the fastest-growing share of its listings come from property managers — not individual home owners renting out their residences — is flawed.
The Congressional Budget Office released a report on Monday estimating that the GOP health care bill would reduce the number of people with health insurance by 24 million a decade from now.
Lawyers and judges in some parts of the country say that for the first time Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agents are coming inside courthouses to question people about their immigration status.
A study of 1.25 million media stories says a Breitbart-centered media ecosystem fostered the sharing of stories that were, at their core, misleading. Steve Inskeep talks to researcher Yochai Benkler.
Reporter Stephanie O'Neill of Kaiser Health News looks at the impact of the Republican health care bill on the nation's largest state, California, which fully embraced Obamacare.
Singer Alynda Segarra explains the band's new album, The Navigator, which tells the story of a Puerto Rican girl who wishes away her culture and community in exchange for more freedom.
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Meet Kate Rubins, a virus-hunter turned astronaut. When she sequenced DNA in space for the first time, she opened the door to a new era in space biology.
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State-run coal mines are shutting down in China's rust belt. Facing layoffs, miners are worried about their future — and in the absence of labor unions, are organizing to demand better treatment.
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Rocky wowed scientists when he showed he could control his vocal cords much the way people do. His abilities suggest that early humans might have spoken words 10 million years ago.
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The CBO is expected to soon release its projections on the impact of the House Republicans' proposed health care bill on the economy, the federal budget and the health care industry.
On the 20th anniversary of his death, members of the Atlanta news team paid tribute to the Notorious B.I.G. by working the rapper's lyrics into morning traffic reports.