It's the latest twist in the inquiry into the killing of Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother, who died 10 days ago shortly after being approached by two women at Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
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Zinemaker and designer Keith Rosson's debut novel is set in a small Oregon town in the 1980s, where the rain pours down, jellyfish rot on the beach — and a strange supernatural force is on the move.
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Widely considered the national dish, no one knows quite where it came from. But you can find this flavorful carb-packed treat anywhere from mama's kitchen to food carts and elaborate eateries.
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The quarterback for the New England Patriots says someone stole his jersey after the team's Super Bowl win. Investigators in Houston are working to determine who was in the locker room at the time.
The fee Bulgarian National Radio pays to air popular music quadrupled. So it started to play older songs whose copyrights had lapsed. Listenership is up 20 percent.
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference will welcome President Trump at the end of this week, but the conservative gathering has been skeptical of his worthiness in their circle.
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Replacing "alternative facts" with a footnoted, neutral point of view. Some professors say students work harder knowing their research will have a broad audience.
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These clinics have long provided health care to low-income patients, and enjoyed expansion under the Affordable Care Act. With repeal looming, the centers' doctors worry about what's next.
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As President Trump announces new policies aimed at illegal immigrants, Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke of Texas, who is making a trip to the U.S.-Mexico border.
After an anti-Semitic attack on a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis, Muslim activists helped to raise tens of thousands of dollars to help repair the vandalism. Steve Inskeep reports.
Over the weekend, the NBA held its all-star game — which is the traditional mid-season break. In reality, the regular season already is two-thirds over. It's now a sprint to the finish.
Nigeria's Muslim leader says he is working with Islamic scholars to draft a law banning poor men from engaging in polygamy. He says there is a connection between polygamy, poverty and terrorism.
Steve Inskeep talks to Middle East policy expert Andrew Exum, who says if you want to understand the genius of new national security adviser H.R. McMaster, read his book on the Vietnam War.
The Canada Border Services Agency last month saw 452 asylum seekers in Quebec. A lot of those people are crossing into Canada from the United States.
Steve Inskeep talks to James Tomsheck, the former head of internal affairs for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection. He worries hiring 15,000 new border security agents could lead to corruption and misconduct within CBP.
The U.S. government estimates there are about 11 million people in the country illegally, and the Pew Research Center says a little over half of them are from Mexico.
Steve Inskeep discusses what to expect from Donald Trump's defense department with retired U.S. Admiral Mike Mullen, who formerly served as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts discusses the history of congressional oversight — those high-stakes moments where Congress has to investigate the activities of other branches of government.
Despite heralded conservation efforts over the past decade, a new study by a Duke University professor finds that 80 percent of forest elephants have been slaughtered in Gabon. Steve Inskeep reports.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Tuesday unveiled new rules aimed at tougher enforcement of immigration laws. It's a major policy shift that puts millions of people in the U.S. illegally at risk of deportation.