Companies large and small will be showing off the latest updates for smart TVs, drones and cars — as well as some more unusual additions.
NPR's political director gives us the latest on moves by House Republicans to curb an independent ethics watchdog. President-elect Donald Trump has already weighed in.
After a late-night vote and an ensuing public relations debacle, House Republicans reversed themselves on a decision that would have taken the teeth out of the Office of Congressional Ethics.
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NPR's Senior Vice President of News appeared on CNN's Reliable Sources on Sunday January 1st, where he shared his New Year's resolutions for the media.
The president-elect has indicated he'd like to continue the practice even once he moves into the White House, according to reporting from Politico.
Merriam-Webster dubbed "surreal" their word of the year for 2016. Dictionary.com picked "xenophobia." But NPR's Petra Mayer noticed a different one.
Roof, the man convicted of killing nine people in a South Carolina church in 2015, will represent himself during the penalty phase.
Without formal training in recognizing domestic abuse, salons in the state will not be able to renew their operating licenses.
Critics of the Office of Congressional Ethics say it unfairly goes after members of Congress, while watchdog groups are speaking out against the move.
Four people were killed in southern Alabama when a tree fell on their mobile home. One man in the Florida panhandle drowned.
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Miranda says he doesn't feel the need to duplicate the success of Hamilton. "If you think in terms of topping, you're in the wrong business," he says.
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Park Geun-hye was absent from a hearing Tuesday in a case that will decide her political future. She has been facing intense scrutiny over a corruption scandal involving a close friend and adviser.
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NPR One is now available on the Samsung Gear smartwatch, allowing users to listen to a stream of public radio news, stories, and podcasts.
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Creators of Mafia III, set in a fictionalized Louisiana, took a documentary approach to confronting players with prejudice and bigotry of the 1960s South from the perspective of a black protagonist.
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In a number of states, including big ones such as New York and Texas, leading cancer centers like Memorial Sloan Kettering aren't included in insurers' networks. What's a patient's recourse?
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Eno's plinking chimes, rippling vibraphone and deep synth tones mirror a parallel world across a single, 54-minute track.
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The rebels cited breaches of a cease-fire agreement by forces loyal to the Syrian government. This casts doubt on their participation in peace talks in Kazakhstan set to take place later this month.
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