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A liberal group is calling for an FEC investigation after reports that the FBI is examining whether a Russian banker illegally donated to the National Rifle Association to support President Trump's campaign.

Atlantic journalist Franklin Foer says before Manafort became Trump's campaign manager, he rewrote the rules of lobbying and then became entangled in the world of dictators, oligarchs and dirty money.

Adults in a growing number of states and D.C. can now legally buy marijuana without a doctor's prescription. But obstetricians worry pregnant women don't realize the drug could hurt their kids.

The Black Car Fund provides workers' compensation and other benefits for 125,000 taxi, Lyft and other drivers. It may offer a template for establishing benefits for the growing freelance workforce.

A research review suggests reminding people when their vaccinations are due or overdue increases the number of people who get immunized.

In 1968, when U.S. officials were claiming the Vietnam War was nearly won, North Vietnam and the Viet Cong launched a devastating attack during the Tet holiday. It was a turning point in the war.

A suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan has killed at least 95 and wounded even more. NPR's Scott Simon talks with photojournalist Andrew Quilty who arrived at the site of the blast within minutes.

Fear of disease has kept dozens of bison penned in Yellowstone National Park, until they were discovered to have been released through a cut fence.

At Silver Stars Gymnastics in Silver Spring, Md., parents say they won't let the stories of sexual abuse by a prominent doctor ruin the sport for their kids.

Diphtheria is not seen in the West because almost everyone is vaccinated against it. But it's been infecting thousands of the refugees in Bangladesh.




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