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More College Presidents Join The Millionaires' Club
12/13/2017 11:26 AM
Sixty-six university presidents took home more than $1 million in 2015, according to a new analysis by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
California's Thomas Fire 25 Percent Contained
12/13/2017 10:38 AM
The wildfire has burned through 236,000 acres and destroyed more than 700 homes.
Kansas' 2012 Tax Cut Experiment Could Serve As A Cautionary Tale
12/13/2017 10:04 AM
People in Kansas are struggling to recover from the state's experiment with deep tax cuts. What happened in Kansas is similar in many ways to what Congress is attempting to do on a national level.
Firefighters Battle The 5th Largest Blaze In California's History
12/13/2017 10:04 AM
Firefighters in California are making progress containing the enormous Thomas fire near Santa Barbara, but fear even one flying ember could send them back to where they were.
Down Syndrome Families Divided Over Abortion Ban
12/13/2017 10:03 AM
An Ohio bill would ban abortions after a Down syndrome diagnosis. It's become a divisive issue in the community, much like it is everywhere else.
In Reaction To Trump, Democratic Candidates Surge In Deep-Red Texas
12/13/2017 10:00 AM
For the first time in 25 years, Democrats are running in all of Texas' 36 congressional districts. But that doesn't mean they can win in the Republican state.
Tillerson Says He Would Meet With North Koreans, Even Without Denuclearization Talks
12/12/2017 11:43 PM
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the U.S. would negotiate with North Korea without demanding that the country first agree to nuclear disarmament.
Are $40 Toll Roads The Future?
12/12/2017 11:25 PM
In Virginia, officials hope a shift to toll pricing based on demand and traffic flow will change commuter behavior and reduce congestion on Interstate 66. Critics say the cost is too high.
How To Survive Playing To An Empty Room And Other Advice For A Band's First Tour
12/12/2017 10:30 PM
Blame the Youth, a North Carolina band, is getting ready to embark on its first tour. Lead singer and bassist Amber Daniel talks to Kam Franklin of The Suffers, who began touring three years ago.
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Dies At 65
12/12/2017 9:33 PM
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with retired Judge Lillian Sing about the life of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, who died on Tuesday. Sing knew him as an activist since he graduated from law school.
Voters In Alabama Split As They Go To Polls To Decide State's Next U.S. Senator
12/12/2017 9:33 PM
Voters in the Alabama are split between Republican candidate Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones in the state's special U.S. Senate election. During this election cycle, Moore has been accused of sexual assault against teenage girls years ago, while Jones is up against a historically red state.
Decorating Injuries Show That Hanging The Holly Isn't Always Jolly
12/12/2017 9:33 PM
Reckless decorating is a thing, and a serious one at that. At least 240 people a day go to the emergency room after falling off ladders, getting cut, or getting burned when trying to put up holiday cheer. Two years ago, super decorator Kurt Farmer of Alexandria, Va., was one of them.
Secretary Of State Tillerson Holds Town Hall At State Department
12/12/2017 9:33 PM
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, who has been trying to push back against reports that he's gutting the State Department, addressed his employees in a rare town hall on Tuesday. Tillerson spoke about foreign policy changes and department reform plans, including a promise to streamline security clearances.
California Firefighter On Battling The Thomas Wildfire
12/12/2017 9:33 PM
The Thomas Fire is now the fifth-largest fire in modern California history. NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with battalion chief Fred Burris about what battling this wildfire is like.
Federal Terrorism Charges Filed Against Manhattan Subway Bombing Suspect
12/12/2017 9:33 PM
The U.S. Attorney's Office in New York has filed federal and local terrorism charges against Akayed Ullah. He was arrested on Monday for detonating a homemade bomb in a busy pedestrian tunnel in New York City as part of an attempted suicide bombing.





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