McGrath, who starred as "Bob Johnson" on the beloved children's program, died on Sunday after complications from a stroke, ...
The authorities are investigating the mass power outage across Moore County as a criminal act after power substations were ...
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Lachlan Murdoch, head of Fox News' parent company, is scheduled to be deposed Monday in Dominion's $1.6 billion lawsuit ...
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The ties between Double Dutch and hip-hop can be traced to Nelly's "Country Grammar," Missy Elliott's "Gossip Folks" and ...
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The swearing in of a new Congress is now just a month away. Most of the top leadership positions for both parties in both ...
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China on Sunday reported two additional deaths from COVID-19 as some cities move cautiously to ease anti-pandemic ...
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People in Detroit jails are struggling to stay in touch with loved ones. The pandemic shut down in-person visits and many are finding the cost of phone calls prohibitive.
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NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Elizabeth Maruma Mrema, the executive secretary of the United Nation's Convention on Biological Diversity.
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NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Hyattsville, Md., Police Chief, Jarod Towers about the importance of de-escalation in diffusing potentially violent situations.
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NPR's Michel Martin speaks with South Carolina Democrat, Rep. Jim Clyburn about the proposal to have his state hold the first Democratic primary in the 2024 presidential election.
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Fleetwood Mac singer-songwriter Christine McVie has died. McVie wrote some of the band's most popular songs including: "Don't Stop" and "You Make Loving Fun." She was 79.
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NPR's Michel Martin speaks with sports journalist Kevin Blackistone about Watson's return to the NFL and how the franchise is handling continuous allegations of assault and misconduct against women.
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