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With the Zika epidemic raging around them, OB-GYNs in Puerto Rico have launched a plan to offer free contraception across the island. Doctors say the island has a high unplanned pregnancy rate.

Not everyone outside staring into their phones is searching for Pokémon — some people are looking for actual wildlife. The app iNaturalist is bringing together urban biologists and curious citizens.

The FDA has approved field trials of a genetically engineered mosquito designed to combat Zika and other diseases. But there's strong opposition in Florida where the GMO insects would be tested.

Turns out, cockroach milk is among the most nutritious substances on Earth. But it may still be a while before you can scurry to health stores for roach-milk protein shakes.

A brief — and camisole — history behind the conflict over labeling products that are made in the West Bank.

Kareem Maddox was a familiar voice on KUNC-FM as local host of NPR's All Things Considered. NPR's Scott Simon talks with him about a career move to pro basketball in Poland.

NPR's Scott Simon reports on a moment of grace in this nasty campaign season.

Khan, a Muslim-American lawyer, was thrust into the spotlight after speaking at the Democratic convention about his soldier son who was killed Iraq in 2004.

Khan, a Muslim-American lawyer, was thrust into the spotlight after speaking at the Democratic convention about his soldier son who was killed Iraq in 2004.

Camp Century was a research station and test site for deploying nuclear missiles before it was abandoned under the ice in the '60s. Scientists say pollutants left behind may spread as the ice melts.

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