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The company AdvoCare uses athletes to promote products, and looks a lot like a scam. NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Mina Kimes, a reporter who investigated the organization for ESPN the magazine.

Six years ago, the Obama administration launched an effort with other world leaders to secure nuclear material from the hands of terrorists. What was accomplished, and what wasn't?

As the investigation continues into last month's Brussels terrorist attacks, authorities have announced the city's main airport will partially reopen to flights on Sunday.

New technology, new safety measures, and a new relationship with Cuba are what reporter Jesse Sanchez says will be the big stories in baseball this year.

Syrian soldiers took the ancient city back from ISIS last week. A mass grave with the bodies of 40 people, 23 of them women and children, was found in the area, according to Syrian media.

Syrian soldiers took the ancient city back from ISIS last week. A mass grave with the bodies of 40 people, 23 of them women and children, was found in the area, according to Syrian media.

Why would someone pose for a picture with a supposed suicide bomber? In this commentary, NPR's Scott Simon wonders about seeking the price of fame during a dangerous situation.

Don Cheadle personifies jazz genius Miles Davis in his new film Miles Ahead. Badass black men rarely show up as leads in mainstream movies.

There has been a lively debate in political and media circles about the extent to which Donald Trump's rise has been fueled by news media.

Jack Reynolds turns 104 on April 6th. To mark the occasion, and to raise money for charity, he's getting his very first tattoo. NPR's Scott Simon asks him about his late-in-life first.

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