Airbus and Uber are planning for a future of flying cars and sky taxis. "You literally push a button and you get a flight," an Uber executive says. But will our Tomorrowland ever really arrive?
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Silicon Valley investor Doug Derwin published a series of full-page newspaper ads calling on Elon Musk to sever ties with the Trump administration.
Dr. Elizabeth Ford treated mentally ill inmates in New York City for more than a decade. It was almost universal, she says, that they had suffered abuse or significant neglect as children.
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On May 8, two Obama administration officials — former acting Attorney General Sally Yates and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper — will appear before the House investigation.
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The super producer who made trap go pop on collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Rae Sremmurd and Beyoncé reveals how Kendrick Lamar inspired him to scale back for bigger impact on DAMN.
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It's a pilot project to reach youth who are at risk of infection — and reluctant to come to clinics because of the stigma around HIV/AIDS. Is anyone buying?
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Sentient beings and mysteries await as the experimental hip-hop group announces a new album and tour dates.
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The gorgeous new song feels like an elegy to lost love but may be more of an ode to the Roman god of thievery.
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The device kept fetal lambs alive for about a month, allowing them to continue to mature. It has not been tested in humans, and some say the device raises ethical questions.
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Tied to the one-year anniversary of her Lemonade project, she will be funding "Formation Scholars" at four institutions of higher learning, including two historically black colleges.
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Siegel has spent more than 40 years at NPR — and more than three decades as host of All Things Considered. He says he will be leaving that role in January to "begin a new phase of life."
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"Mic Jack" has got a lot of what you want in a Big Boi jam: an '80s R&B funk swagger fully loaded with sweaty synths.
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Some urge ending funding to the Children's Health Insurance Program, and moving those 8 million kids to marketplace plans. But research shows the out-of-pocket costs to many families would soar.
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By early next year, Beijing will require automakers in China to ensure that at least 8 percent of all vehicles they manufacture are electric.
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After one of the most storied careers in NPR's history, Robert has decided to step down as the host of All Things Considered in January 2018.
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A new NBC comedy has a lot of 30 Rock DNA, and it shows. While it's uneven at first, viewers who stick with it will get a satisfying blast of very silly jokes.
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Experimental but precise, curious but composed, Palm's new song feels put together like a Jackson Pollock jigsaw puzzle.
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"When I was 16 I dyed my hair black and I started wearing white Oxfords." John Darnielle shares the Nashville Symphony Chorus-starring barnburner "Rain In Soho."
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Special guests from the NPR Music team join All Songs Considered this week to share some of their favorite releases from April.
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The first daughter said women must have access to credit and mentors, "to encourage this next generation" of female business owners. But remarks about her father drew the biggest reaction.
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