An intimate portrait of high school friends caught up in the aftermath of a violent incident places us inside their heads with sensitivity and restraint.
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This Chinese-U.S. co-production, based on a graphic novel by Chinese rock star Zheng Jun, pads its way through a familiar story about a mastiff who wants to make it big in the music industry.
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Comedian Jordan Peele's debut feature as writer/director is a blisteringly smart horror film buoyed by the "shimmering, righteous anger" of its take on race, says critic Chris Klimek.
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Up for best animated feature, this French-Swiss stop-motion tale of a young boy's life in a group home offers a small, meticulously detailed story that leavens melancholy with humor.
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Alex Caress' band makes classic country music with a sassy and subtly political twist.
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Russia's defense minister says his country has been able to test more than 160 new weapons in Syria, while human rights activists accuse the Kremlin of war crimes.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Dana Leigh Marks, president of the National Association of Immigration Judges, about the new immigration enforcement guidelines from the Department of Homeland Security.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visits Mexico to discuss issues including border security, trade and fractious relations between the two neighboring countries.
A charismatic populist president in Argentina wanted to boost manufacturing and create jobs. So she told companies that if they wanted to sell their products in Argentina, they had to build them there, too.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Gavin Grimm, a trans high school senior, and his lawyer, Joshua Block of the American Civil Liberties Union, about Trump's lifting of transgender bathroom guidelines.
Attendees of CPAC voice their opinions about President Trump's decision to roll back Obama's guidance to schools regarding transgender students and bathroom use.
A Jordanian man was one of scores who lawyers say was coerced into giving up his legal visa to the U.S. in order to get out of detention at a U.S. airport during the first hours of travel restrictions. He's back in Amman, while his case is heard in U.S. courts.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus and chief strategist Steve Bannon appeared together at the nation's biggest gathering of conservatives Thursday, as they try to defy reports of infighting in the administration.
President Trump won over Democrats in rural Wisconsin in the 2016 election. Voters weigh in on how Trump was able to break the blue wall by flipping so many states in the Rust Belt.
President Trump has directed the heads of all executive departments and agencies to identify all funds given to Mexico. NPR takes a look at the exact amount of those funds and how that figure compares to the cost of building a wall on the southern U.S. border.
Get Out is an impressively accomplished directorial debut says NPR film critic Bob Mondello.
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Three of the five films in the documentary short category show Syrians affected by the years-long conflict, including a group of civilian rescue volunteers, fleeing refugees and a resettled family.
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President Trump is promising to crack down on crime. But police crackdowns have already been tried in cities such as New Orleans, which is now enduring a resurgence in homicide.
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Talks between Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Homeland Security chief John Kelly with their Mexican counterparts were intended to smooth out growing tensions between the two countries.
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One of the world's biggest stars pulls out from one of the world's largest festivals — on doctor's orders.
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