The world's oldest leader, Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe, turns 93 Tuesday. He has no intention of retiring and his wife has said even if he dies before next year's election, he should run "as a corpse."
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Jones shares stories from his raw, honest and heartfelt new memoir, Lonely Boy: Tales From A Sex Pistol.
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“We’re not in Iraq to seize anybody’s oil,” Secretary of Defense James Mattis said while on a visit to Baghdad, Iraq.
The protagonist of Sebastian Barry's new novel is conscripted right off the boat as the price of American citizenship. Eventually he finds love and companionship with one of his fellow soldiers.
Author Mary Graham discusses the confidences that presidents keep. When it comes to President Trump, she says: "I think we're seeing that it's not possible to keep policies secret in the digital age."
Uber's CEO has ordered an investigation into a sexual harassment claim made by a female engineer after she published a blog post detailing her experience.
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With the state's death penalty in limbo, one reporter visited the last inmate to live in Cell 1 — the cell Florida inmates stay in before they’re executed.
In 1926, President Hoover named "The Star-Spangled Banner" the national anthem — but some felt he should have picked "America the Beautiful" instead.
Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Santa Clara University law professor Margaret Russell about what the legal rules on hate speech are.
The first year of testing for North Carolina's online charter schools shows their students had the lowest academic growth in the state.
President Trump's personal lawyer and a Russian-American business associate negotiated a plan they hoped would end U.S. sanctions against Russia, according to the New York Times.
Ian Purkayastha has loved truffles ever he first tasted them as a teenager — at 15 years old, he was selling them to restaurants in his Arkansas hometown.
Vice President Mike Pence told allies at NATO headquarters in Brussels that President Trump expected to see "real progress" by NATO members in raising their defense spending by the end of 2017.
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Powerful storms inundated the state over the weekend, leaving mudslides, sinkholes and downed power lines in their wake.
The artist and Nirvana frontman who embodied the grunge movement was born on Feb. 20, 1967 in Aberdeen, Washington.
Trump's sons have taken over management of the Trump Organization. But potential conflicts of interest continue to raise flags among experts.
The Philadelphian's forthcoming debut album shows off his soulful falsetto and subtle songwriting. Hear two songs.
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In an unannounced visit, Defense Secretary James Mattis traveled to Baghdad to meet with Iraqi leaders. He arrived during a fight to retake western Mosul, with allies' faith in the U.S. at a low.
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The idea of plumes of moisture curling above our heads might seem beautiful, but new research shows atmospheric rivers to be among the most damaging of weather systems.
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China produces 520,000 tons of garbage a day. To get rid of it, the government favors burning it, which harms the environment. One answer: sorting garbage and recycling. But that's proved challenging.
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