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The two tribes on the Wind River Indian Reservation in central Wyoming are experiencing a population boom, but the amount of housing hasn't increased leading to severe overcrowding.

The history of New York's Bellevue hospital is also the history of medicine in the United States. From the days before doctors believed in germs through AIDS, the hospital led the way in innovation.

The National Organic Standards Board this week plans to decide whether hydroponically grown foods, a water-based model of cultivation, can be sold under the label "certified organic."

Trump has threatened to label China a currency manipulator and to impose large tariffs on its imports into the U.S. Economists say this would start a trade war. But what would that look like?

Who is Steve Bannon, the man with President-elect Donald Trump's ear in the White House? NPR's Steve Inskeep spoke with Breitbart editor Joel Pollak, a former colleague of Bannon's, to find out more.

Some unlikely allies in Nashville have united to expunge the record of a man convicted of a so-called "sodomy" law in 1995. His record has been cleared, but charges against 41 men have come to light.

Donald Trump may be a champion of gun rights, but it turns out, the Obama years have been good for the U.S. gun industry. In Kansas, the prospect of a Clinton win sparked some to spend big on guns.

The new telescope will help discover new galaxies and will observe the hydrogen clouds from which stars and planets are born. But not everyone's happy. 9,000 locals were displaced to make room for it.

Pianist, singer and composer Mose Allison's witty lyrics and Southern drawl were favorites of jazz fans and the British rockers who covered his songs — from The Who to The Clash to Van Morrison.

No U.S. administration has ever officially recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, but Trump has promised to do so — and move the U.S. embassy there from Tel Aviv.

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