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'Republic Of Lies' Explores The Fixation With Conspiracy Theories
04/20/2019 2:01 PM
Author Anna Merlan's recitations are chilling, as are her warnings that fringe beliefs tend to go mainstream ? and how their rise is seen against a resurgence in nationalism and white supremacy.
How The Columbine Massacre Shaped Survivors' Lives 20 Years Later
04/20/2019 11:10 AM
Some people who were students at Columbine High School in 1999 are now parents themselves. And what they experienced two decades ago is shaping how they relate to their own kids.
Prison For Forced Addiction Treatment? A Parent's 'Last Resort' Has Consequences
04/20/2019 11:10 AM
Thousands of Massachusetts residents have been committed to treatment for addiction against their will. Some families say locking up addicts in prison isn't treatment. Others say it saves lives.
20 Years On, The Background Check System Continues To Miss Dangerous Gun Buyers
04/20/2019 10:01 AM
Mere months before the shooting at Columbine High School, the federal government established a background check system to screen gun buyers but shootings haven't waned.
California Parents Sentenced To Life In Prison After Years Of Torturing 12 Children
04/19/2019 10:55 PM
"My parents took my whole life from me," said one of the couple's adult daughters who testified against David and Louise Turpin on Friday. "But now I'm taking my life back."
20 Years After The Columbine Shooting, Students And Staff Reflect On What Happened
04/19/2019 9:43 PM
Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the school shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado. What's changed and what's stayed the same with regards to school safety and mental health since then?
As Part Of Her Fight Against Anti-Semitism, One Woman Is Inviting Non-Jews To Seder
04/19/2019 9:43 PM
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Marnie Fienberg, who created "2 for Seder" in honor of her mother-in-law, a victim of the Tree of Life synagogue shooting. The program invites two non-Jewish guests to each meal.
Scientists At The National Hurricane Center Upgrade Hurricane Michael To Category 5
04/19/2019 9:35 PM
The National Hurricane Center announced that Hurricane Michael was even stronger than first thought and reclassified it as a Category 5. It's the fourth such storm to make landfall on the U.S. mainland.
Virgin Island Schools Are Still Facing Challenges From Hurricanes Irma And Michael
04/19/2019 8:23 PM
Nearly a year and a half after Hurricanes Irma and Michael, schools in the Virgin Islands still face big challenges with larger class sizes and limited extracurricular activities.
Why One Nebraska Man Is Grateful For A Pothole That Went Unfilled
04/19/2019 8:23 PM
Omaha, Nebras., has many potholes. One of them stopped a man's heart attack when the ambulance he was in hit it.
UNC Basketball Coach Sylvia Hatchell Resigns After Investigation
04/19/2019 7:41 PM
An 18-day probe into the women's basketball program found the Hall of Fame coach is not racist but did make "racially insensitive" remarks. She also pressured players to play through serious injuries.
The Mueller Report Is Free To Read, But It's Also A Bestseller
04/19/2019 6:56 PM
The Mueller report on the 22-month probe into Russia's interference in the 2016 election is now a bestselling book, even though its contents are free and widely available.
Anti-Tobacco Advocates Question McConnell Plan To Raise Minimum Purchasing Age
04/19/2019 6:28 PM
Citing an "unprecedented spike" in teens vaping, Sen. Mitch McConnell said the bill would raise the minimum age for people to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21. Tobacco companies back the proposal.
How Effective Are School Lockdown Drills?
04/19/2019 6:08 PM
Since the 1999 Columbine High School shooting, a generation of American children has learned how to hide from a potential shooter. But there's little data on what kinds of drills work best.
Hurricane Michael Was A Category 5, NOAA Finds ? The First Since Andrew In 1992
04/19/2019 5:04 PM
With winds of 160 mph, the October hurricane was the strongest on record to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle, where communities are still trying to recover. NOAA upgraded it from a Category 4.





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