Roadways, once paved, shape cities for decades. In Murfreesboro, there's an effort underway to undo one landscape-altering decision from the 1950s.
Apple says it's "been informed" that the app violated local regulations. It's the latest in the long history of media restrictions in China, but also of tech companies getting involved in the efforts.
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There's no clear plan to replace the law, which covers more than 20 million Americans. But dismantling it will be complicated.
The veteran musician specialized in French repertoire and collaborated with some of the world's most famous opera singers, including Maria Callas.
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Here & Now's Lisa Mullins hears more about the findings from Curt Nickisch of Harvard Business Review, which reported on the findings.
In 2016 many NPR journalists and programs were recognized with awards for investigative reports, outstanding features and series, digital innovations and bodies of coverage.
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New York Times photographer Tyler Hicks, who's just back from Iraq, tells us what he saw as Iraqi forces try to retake the city from ISIS.
Intelligence officials testified that Russia is among at least 30 nations that are developing capabilities to launch cyberattacks.
Hannibal Buress is a stand-up comedian and actor loved for his brand of irreverent comedy and his gift for finding absurdity in the seemingly mundane. He's also a hip-hop head with eclectic tastes.
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Global warming is heating things up, and higher temperatures are causing all sorts of problems — including for coffee growers.
Thanks to a heroic shootout performance from 19-year-old Troy Terry, the U.S. advanced to the final of the 2017 IIHF World Junior Championship on Thursday.
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Instead of discouraging women, groups like Emerge America say the 2016 presidential election has had the opposite effect.