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The Marchesa brand was co-founded by Georgina Chapman, Harvey Weinstein's wife. But there are questions about its future now that allegations of sexual harassment have come out against Weinstein.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says the number of those injured increased and the gunman may have fired at aviation fuel tanks near the concert. But questions remain about the timeline.

President Trump announced he is not recertifying the Iran nuclear deal, but he's not actually pulling out of it. Instead, he's sending it to Congress and asking them to decide on the next steps.

Companies like Equifax, Experian and TransUnion know virtually every piece of our financial lives. The Planet Money team set out to understand where this multi-billion dollar industry came from.

NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Congressman Charlie Dent, R-Pa., about the impact of the White House ending cost-sharing reductions.

Journalist and 2017 MacArthur "genius" grant award-winner Nikole Hannah-Jones says that when it comes to school segregation, separate is never truly equal. Originally broadcast Jan. 16, 2017.

They landed safely in Helsinki, on the last-ever Friday the 13th Flight 666 that Finnair plans to operate. It turns out even people who don't believe in superstitions can be infected by fearfulness.

In a wide-ranging interview, Gen. John W. Nicholson laid out some details of the new U.S. strategy in Afghanistan and explained how it will work. "We can move now in the right direction," he said.

Since the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, new scrutiny has fallen on the controversial firearm device. Experts in the field say there are limits to what the ATF can do under existing law.

A new poll finds bipartisan support for tougher gun laws, but big partisan gaps on the intensity of that support — not to mention sizable gaps in knowledge about gun facts.




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