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A year ago, many progressives told NPR they weren't so sure they wanted to see the Vermont senator run for president again. But now, it appears those voters are coming back.

In some communities, Indigenous women are kidnapped and killed at a rate 10 times higher than the national average. Now, some are teaching each other to fight back.

States can now apply to set up their Medicaid program with capped funding from the federal government. With this move, the administration delivers on a long-held conservative goal.

Kim Ghattas grew up in Lebanon during the civil war and covered the Mideast for the BBC for 20 years. She says events in the region in 1979 set off waves of extremism and violence that continue today.

The turnaround is welcome news after rising drug overdose and suicide rates had pushed life expectancy down since 2014. Could America be turning the tide on opioid addiction?

A young man averted disaster after a friend took him to the nearest hospital just before his appendix burst. But more than a year later, he's still facing a huge bill for his out-of-network surgery.

Brain organoids grown in the lab look a lot like developing human brains. But a new study finds some important differences that could affect how scientists use them.

In U.S. national security, one foreign company sets off alarm bells like no other: Huawei, the telecom giant. The Chinese firm just received a green light to help build Britain's 5G cellular network.

Can a mask really keep you from catching the virus? To answer that, it helps to clarify which kinds of masks we're talking about.

Can a mask really keep you from catching the virus? To answer that, it helps to clarify which kinds of masks we're talking about.

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