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A gunman killed eight students and two teachers at Santa Fe High School outside Houston — and scarred hundreds, perhaps thousands more.

Many doctors in the U.S. say the practice puts an infant at risk of sleep-related death. A close look at the research reveals a different picture.

Rocked by Friday's shooting at Santa Fe High School, the religious community is looking for answers. Some faith leaders and churchgoers say prayer needs to return to school.

Republicans leaders, worried about possibly losing control of the Senate in the November elections, are racing against the clock to push through as many judicial nominations as they can.

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Stephens about her reaction to the $500 million settlement between Michigan State University and the hundreds of victims of disgraced doctor Larry Nassar.

Deep economic crisis and distrust of the government seem to have corroded many Venezuelans' faith in politics. Main opposition parties are even boycotting Sunday's vote.

The labels use the letters BE, for bioengineered, not GMO, which critics say could baffle consumers. One design features a smiling sun that a skeptic calls "essentially propaganda for the industry."

How many ads have you encountered today? On this week's radio replay, we discuss the insidiousness of advertising in American media.

Who is going to get up at 4 a.m. to watch a royal wedding? Actually, a lot of people.

The World Health Organization said Friday that with swift action, it can bring the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo under control.

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