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President Trump's school safety agenda encourages more states to adopt "risk protection orders." These allow law enforcement to temporarily seize guns from people judged dangerous to themselves or others.

Rania Abouzeid has been covering Syria since 2011 — despite the fact that she's been called a spy, placed on wanted lists by Syrian intelligence and banned from entering the country.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has intervened in two cases that could have big implications for people who come to the U.S. and seek asylum.

While some EU leaders seek unity over budgets and refugee policies, member states Poland and Hungary are building a unified front to thwart the bloc's plans.

As early as your mid-40s, especially if you're sedentary, your heart muscle can show signs of aging, losing its youthful elasticity and power. But moderately strenuous exercise can change that.

The fund was created to help defray the legal costs for women who've been sexually harassed. It's kind of like a matchmaking service that pairs alleged victims with local attorneys.

Native American tribal members in the Pacific Northwest host an annual karaoke contest to keep their indigenous language, Salish, alive.

Gov. Dannel Malloy (D-Conn.) speaks with NPR's Michel Martin about his controversial characterization of the National Rifle Association.

Prisoners have a constitutional right to health care, but inmates at Angola prison in Louisiana are suing for medical shortfalls that have allegedly caused "needless pain and suffering."

Boko Haram insurgents seized the girls from school last month. The kidnapping mirrors the mass abduction of Chibok schoolgirls in 2014. "I want to die, because I'm missing my daughter," a mother says.




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