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Beyond shining a spotlight on issues related to the well-being of children, it's unclear what the first lady's initiative will involve.

The Hawaii senator is the chamber's only immigrant. The Democrat, who asks every nominee for any position if they've ever been accused of sexual misconduct, has a passion belied by her cool affect.

Several women who have had trouble conceiving children have gone to a clinic in Ukraine that is doing something unique: using DNA from three different people to create a healthy embryo.

The Trump administration's terms for North Korea's denuclearization verge on the impossible, some former negotiators say: "There's no way of doing something that's irreversible, that I know of."

The NBA Finals continue to thrill fans, but for this Warriors reserve guard, it's an extra special moment. Two years ago Cook was slogging through basketball's minor leagues.

The CFPB's interim chief is moving to disband a board designed to help consumer groups work with the agency to identify problems facing Americans who are being unfairly treated by financial firms.

In a family-owned cafe outside of Lisbon, select bakers make a custard treat called the Pastel de Bélem, which draws fans from all over the world. But the recipe has been closely guarded since 1837.

Clint Watts developed online relationships with terrorists and their sympathizers in order to understand and undermine terror networks. He also researched Russian efforts to influence U.S. elections.

Hurricanes are moving more slowly than they used to. That means storms are dumping more rain and doing more damage when they make landfall, as Hurricane Harvey did when it lingered over Houston.

Of Americans who shop online, 92 percent have shopped on Amazon, according to a new NPR/Marist poll that shows the company creating new shopping habits and retaining a striking amount of trust.




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