NPR2 min gelesenCrime & Violence
What We Know About The Suspect In The Buffalo Mass Shooting
A white gunman dressed in military-style clothing allegedly killed 10 people at a Buffalo grocery store. Here's what we know about him.
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Billboard Music Awards Honor Mary J. Blige As A Musical Icon
The annual music awards show also featured controversial appearances by Travis Scott and Morgan Wallen.
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Trump-era Special Counsel Faces First Real Test As Washington Attorney Goes On Trial
John Durham's probe led to a single false statements count against Michael Sussmann for allegedly lying to the FBI about possible ties between a Russian-bank and Donald Trump's company.
NPR4 min gelesenWorld
An Independent Probe Points To Israeli Gunfire In The Death Of A Journalist
One open-source research team said its initial findings lent support to Palestinian witnesses who said Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was killed by Israeli fire.
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Airbnb Is Renting Out The Iconic Moulin Rouge For Three One-night Stays
The historic space was established as a dance hall in 1889, featuring a cabaret show that included the first cancan performance.
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A Substance Found In Young Spinal Fluid Helps Old Mice Remember
A team at Stanford University has reversed memory loss in old mice by flooding their brains with spinal fluid taken from young animals. The finding may hold promise for Alzheimer's research.
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The U.S. Will Remove 5 Groups From Its Foreign Terrorism Blacklist
The United States is poised to remove five extremist groups, all believed to be defunct, from its list of foreign terrorist organizations, including several that once posed significant threats.
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Parishioners Stop Gunman In Deadly California Church Attack
A man opened fire during a lunch reception at a Southern California church, killing one person and wounding five before parishioners hog-tied him with electrical cords.
NPR2 min gelesenPopular Culture & Media Studies
The Alleged Buffalo Shooter Livestreamed The Attack. How Sites Can Stop Such Videos
Using a GoPro camera attached to a helmet, the shooter streamed live on the site Twitch for two minutes before the stream was taken down. By then it was too late, and the video has spread elsewhere.
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Relatives Honor Ruth Whitfield, 86, As A Devoted Mom, Wife And Grandmother
Whitfield's children and grandchildren share treasured memories and calls to action at the event with their legal team, led by prominent civil rights attorney Ben Crump.
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Did You See The Super Flower Blood Moon Last Night? It Was Stunning
South America and much of the continental United States had the best view of Sunday night's lunar eclipse, which lasted nearly five hours.
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North Korea Reports 15 More Suspected COVID-19 Deaths
North Korea has confirmed 15 more deaths and high numbers of fevers as it mobilizes more than a million health and other workers to try to suppress the country's first COVID-19 outbreak.
NPR4 min gelesenInternational Relations
Ukraine's Zelenskyy Defiant As Russia Retreats From Kharkiv
Fresh off his country's Eurovision win, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed to one day host the song contest in the embattled city of Mariupol, as Russian troops retreated from Kharkiv.
NPR3 min gelesenInternational Relations
G7 Warn Of Ukraine Grain Crisis, Ask China Not To Aid Russia
The Group of Seven leading economies warned Saturday that the war in Ukraine is stoking a global food and energy crisis which threatens poor countries.
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Mired In Crises, Lebanese Begin Voting For New Parliament
Lebanese voted for a new parliament Sunday against the backdrop of an economic meltdown that is transforming the country.
NPR3 min gelesenInternational Relations
Russian Neighbor Finland Announces It Wants To Join NATO
A senior NATO official that Russia's military advance in Ukraine appears to be faltering as Russia's neighbor Finland announced it wants to join the Western military alliance.
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It's 19 Weeks Into The Year And America Has Already Seen 198 Mass Shootings
The 10 people killed, and an additional three injured, make this weekend's racially motivated attack at a Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket the deadliest mass shooting of the year in the United States. It is also the 198th mass shooting in 2022. With just
NPR2 min gelesenAmerican Government
McConnell Says The Senate Will Pass The Largest Ukraine Aid Package Yet On Wednesday
The GOP leader spoke from Stockholm following a trip to Kyiv. He backed Sweden and Finland joining NATO and pushed back on more isolationist voices in his party.
NPR3 min gelesenCrime & Violence
What We Know So Far About The Buffalo Mass Shooting
10 people are dead after an 18-year-old white man allegedly carried out an attack at a supermarket in a majority Black district.
NPR3 min gelesenGender Studies
A Judge Blocks Part Of An Alabama Law That Criminalizes Gender-affirming Medication
The federal judge issued a preliminary injunction while a court challenge goes forward. The judge left in place other parts of the law that banned gender-affirming surgeries.
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Relatives Of A 3-year-old Girl Killed In An Exorcism Have Been Arrested
The grandfather and uncle of the child who was killed last fall during an exorcism at a Northern California church were arrested this week in connection with her death, police said.
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A Dallas Koreatown Salon Shooting May Be Linked To Others At Asian American Businesses
A shooting that injured three women in a hair salon this week may have been a hate crime and could be linked to two other recent shootings at businesses run by Asian Americans, Dallas police say.
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At Least 21 People Were Injured In 3 Shootings After A Bucks Game In Milwaukee
Officials enacted a curfew for young people and added extra patrols. The shootings took place near an area where thousands had been watching the Bucks play in the NBA's Eastern Conference semifinals.
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Parents Sue Their Son And Daughter-in-law, Demanding A Grandchild Or $675,000
The court reportedly has accepted their petition and scheduled it for a hearing in Haridwar, India. The couple wants a grandchild within a year.
NPR1 min gelesenGender Studies
Reproductive Rights Supporters Rally Across The Country
Thousands of reproductive rights supporters are gathering Saturday at rallies across the country in protest of the Supreme Court draft opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.
NPR2 min gelesenCrime & Violence
Officials Say A Gunman's Attack That Killed 10 Was A Racially Motivated Hate Crime
The alleged shooter, an 18-year-old white male, has been arraigned on a first-degree murder charge. Authorities say most of the victims killed at a Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket were Black.
NPR7 min gelesenAmerican Government
The Draft Roe Ruling Is A Reminder That Religion's Role Is Older Than The Republic
The question arises: Since when did so much of our politics have to do with religion? And the answer is, since the beginning — and even before.
NPR5 min gelesenInternational Relations
Ukraine Says Russian Troops Are Withdrawing From Kharkiv
Russian forces are pulling back from Ukraine's second-largest city after weeks of heavy bombardment, the Ukrainian military says, as a battle for the country's eastern industrial heartland continues.
NPR4 min gelesenInternational Relations
Abu Dhabi's Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Is Named The UAE's New President
The ascension of Sheikh Mohammed, 61, had been expected after the death Friday of his half-brother and the UAE's president, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, at the age of 73.
NPR3 min gelesenInternational Relations
Biden Looks To Nudge ASEAN Leaders To Speak Out On Russia
Despite Washington's focus on the war in Ukraine, the White House is trying to demonstrate that it is stepping up in the Asia-Pacific.
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