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What Trump's Threat To End A U.S.-Russia Nuclear Arms Treaty Means For Putin
10/22/2018 10:02 PM
The 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty marked the end of the Cold War. The Kremlin may want to leave the agreement, too.
Microplastics Are Turning Up Everywhere, Even In Human Excrement
10/22/2018 10:01 PM
A very small study shows that microplastics are in human waste in many parts of the world. While it's not entirely clear what that means for our health, it might be a sign that we need to pull back.
Migrant Caravan Rests In Southern Mexico Before Continuing March Toward The U.S.
10/22/2018 9:37 PM
Thousands of migrants traveling in a group deny President Trump's claims that terrorists are traveling with them. The group says it is fleeing crime and poverty in the hopes of finding a better life.
Behold The Headless Chicken Of The Deep Sea
10/22/2018 9:36 PM
A sea cucumber that looks like a headless chicken has been caught on video in the deep seas near East Antarctica, thousands of miles from where one of the species was last spotted.
China To Open Mega-Bridge And Tunnel: 34 Miles Across The Water
10/22/2018 8:37 PM
Drivers on what's being called the world's longest sea bridge will have the experience of seeming to plunge underwater in two spots, where artificial islands house openings for a four-mile tunnel.
How The Fallout From Jamal Khashoggi's Death Is Playing Out Inside Saudi Arabia
10/22/2018 8:31 PM
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with New York Times reporter Ben Hubbard about how people within Saudi Arabia are reacting to the government's shifting narratives about journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death.
What's Behind Turkey's Investigation Into Jamal Khashoggi's Death
10/22/2018 8:31 PM
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with The Brookings Institution's Amanda Sloat about Turkey's possible motivations amid the investigation into Jamal Khashoggi's death.
Days Later, Pentagon Says U.S. General Among Wounded In Kandahar Attack
10/22/2018 8:27 PM
Brig. Gen. Jeffrey Smiley was shot twice, according to the Pentagon, during an attack in Kandahar that killed the province's chiefs of police and intelligence and wounded the governor.
As Migrant Caravan Winds North, Trump Vows To Cut Aid To Countries They're Fleeing
10/22/2018 6:17 PM
Thousands of mostly Central American migrants have crossed into Mexico with hopes of reaching the U.S. But Trump doesn't like it, and he's threatening to punish the countries they come from.
Video Footage Shows Apparent Khashoggi 'Body Double' Exit Consulate
10/22/2018 4:58 PM
A Turkish ruling party official described the newly released surveillance footage as evidence of a Saudi cover-up. Saudi Arabia has confirmed that journalist Jamal Khashoggi died.
Joachim Roenneberg, Who Sabotaged Nazis' Nuclear Hopes, Dies At 99
10/22/2018 3:12 PM
Roenneberg was just 23 when his team of resistance fighters parachuted into a mountain range in Norway. They skied to a plant making heavy water and blew Hitler's atomic plans off-schedule.
Thousands Of Swedes Are Inserting Microchips Under Their Skin
10/22/2018 2:48 PM
Proponents of the chips say they're safe and largely protected from hacking, but one scientist is raising privacy concerns around the kind of personal health data that might be stored on the devices.
Colombia Is Growing Record Amounts Of Coca, The Key Ingredient In Cocaine
10/22/2018 2:17 PM
The country's rising cocaine production has alarmed Washington, which has spent more than $10 billion over nearly two decades to attack the illegal drug trade in Colombia.
Khashoggi's Death Shines A Light On Saudi Influence In Washington
10/22/2018 11:19 AM
David Greene talks to Gerald Feierstein, director of government relations, policy and programs at the Middle East Institute and a former U.S. ambassador to Yemen, about Jamal Khashoggi's death.
The MeToo Movement In India Picks Up Steam
10/22/2018 9:04 AM
A Bollywood actress pilloried 10 years ago for complaining about sexual harassment is now reviving her complaint against a famous actor ? and finding support from India's new #MeToo movement.





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