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Few companies have had such a rapid fallout from such a vast number of crises stemming from the workplace culture perpetuated from the top, while appearing to be at the peak of its success.

A new hip-hop album by a veteran of the war in Afghanistan drops Wednesday. His target audience: fellow vets suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has been taking heat from the president, friends of the fired FBI director and members of Congress. He said he wants to protect the Justice Department brand.

Kalanick reportedly agreed to resign after a shareholder revolt and scandals involving the workplace environment. An ex-Uber engineer had blogged about how her sexual harassment case was mishandled.

There has been a rising storm of high dudgeon among the national media in recent days because the daily briefings have been closed to cameras — when the briefings happened at all.

Ukraine's president is in Washington hoping to meet President Trump and explain his side of the war with Russian-backed separatists, but the White House isn't exactly rolling out the red carpet.

For years, members of Congress were unwilling to update the 2001 Authorization for the Use of Military Force that legalized most post-9/11 overseas operations. Now, the Senate could consider it.

This suburban Atlanta congressional district usually elects Republicans. But in what has become the single most expensive Congressional race in U.S. history, Democrat Jon Ossoff hopes to change that.

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson on the death of American college student Otto Warmbier, who returned from North Korea in a coma last week.

"Like any good attack, this one begins with deception," says an investigator. Phishing text messages, including one that appeared to come from the U.S. embassy, were sent to a dozen targets.

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