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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe told CBS and NPR that officials had discussed invoking the 25th Amendment, a procedure which takes power away from the president.
Feb. 18, 2019
Historian Daniel Immerwahr shares surprising stories of U.S. territorial expansion, including how the desire for bird guano compelled the seizure of remote islands. His book is How to Hide an Empire.
Feb. 18, 2019
The seven politicians said that persisting anti-Semitism and leader Jeremy Corbyn's "complicit" role in Brexit led to their resignations. They say the party "has changed beyond recognition."
Feb. 18, 2019
They're used in infographics, maps, charts and signs to help make crisis-related information easier to understand. See if you can understand what they convey.
Feb. 18, 2019
California's deadliest wildfire worsened an already bad housing crisis in rural Butte County. But the fire has jump-started a local effort to build a tiny home community for area homeless.
Feb. 18, 2019
The New York congressman was sentenced to 21 months after he sent an explicit photo of himself to a 15-year-old girl.
Feb. 18, 2019
Remarkably little is known about the fundamentals of how a woman carries a baby inside her. Two Columbia University researchers aim to change that, to reduce the number of kids born too soon.
Feb. 18, 2019
A key witness described how a political operative hired by the Republican candidate flouted the state's election laws. The political operative declined to testify.
Feb. 18, 2019
The president is prepared to veto any congressional resolutions of disapproval on his declaration of a national emergency over border security, White House adviser Stephen Miller says.
Feb. 18, 2019
The former acting director of the bureau also tells NPR that he and Justice Department leaders were so rattled following the dismissal of James Comey they struggled with how to respond.
Feb. 17, 2019
Almost 3,000 people painted their bodies blue and gathered in Germany in hopes of setting a world record on Saturday.
Feb. 17, 2019
Researchers say this number could be much higher, and that Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime carried out 98 percent of them, dropping chlorine gas, sarin and sulfur mustard gas on civilians.
Feb. 17, 2019
The mayor of Cremona, Italy, blocked traffic during five weeks of recording and asked residents to please keep quiet so master musicians could play four instruments — note by note — for posterity.
Feb. 17, 2019
Kindergartners from Georgetown Day School in Washington D.C., help NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro field questions to McClain, who's an astronaut serving on the International Space Station.
Feb. 17, 2019
Public records requests to the office of the Secretary of the Interior have increased by over 200 percent since 2016. Critics say that proposed rule changes to limit those requests will hamper access.
Feb. 17, 2019

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