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Paris is reeling after a devastating night of terror. NPR's Scott Simon explains what we know on the morning after the attacks.

After the terror attacks in Paris, law enforcement in New York City and Washington, D.C., have been taking security precautions, though officials says there have been no credible threats in the U.S.

As families consider how far to push an infant's medical care, a chasm can open between the parents' hopes and what doctors and nurses consider realistic. How do you measure a baby's quality of life?

In a year full of political outsiders, Republican Bevin is the first to make it into office. A businessman who had never held office, he has shocked the state's political establishment.

Since online threats targeting black students were posted online earlier this week, black students have found ways to support each other.

Teresa Valko's family has been battling Alzheimer's disease for generations. She remembers when her mother's memory faded: "I've essentially lost my mother, although she's still living," Valko says.

Before making the film, Patricia Riggen met with the real miners and heard their stories. She says she aimed to "portray the heart of these guys and what they went through emotionally."

A court ordered the release of women and children held in immigrant detention centers in favor of electronic monitoring. The GEO Group operates both. Advocates say that's a conflict of interest.

More than 6,000 people have signed up for Ishqr since the app launched over a year ago. Ishq is an Arabic word for love; the "r" at the end was added to make it sound more hip.

The deep-rooted history and current disrepair of the aging Alabama bus fleet continue to affect its predominantly black riders.




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