The president ran roughshod over the debate moderator, his Democratic opponent Joe Biden — and crossed many lines in the ...
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The New Orleans band says its new song, "Feelings," came out of a need to process the overwhelming input of the pandemic and ...
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The celebrated soprano died suddenly a year ago, leaving her fans, including one NPR producer, in grief, but with many fond ...
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NPR member stations bring you a mix of the most popular songs on their airwaves, including music from Janelle Monáe, Labrinth ...
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An attorney for the former national security adviser said in court on Tuesday she's been keeping the president in the loop ...
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Netflix's adaptation of Mart Crowley's 1968 play about a gay birthday party that goes off the rails features hard liquor, ...
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The pandemic economy is squeezing families with kids: 74% of those earning less than $100,000 report serious financial woes, in an NPR poll. Experts worry about lasting impacts on kids' mental health.
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As college campuses grapple with outbreaks of coronavirus infections, research from the CDC suggests young adults are driving ...
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A day after the Census Bureau tweeted out a new "target date" of Oct. 5 for ending 2020 census counting, a federal judge in ...
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Biden released the return and disclosure just hours before the first presidential debate, where President Trump is expected ...
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NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Republican Strategist Scott Jennings and Democratic Strategist Karen Finney about how each candidate performed during the first presidential debate.
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Polls show more people are planning to vote in-person while the number of people planning to vote by mail is shrinking — due to fears about the Postal Service's reliability and political rhetoric.
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