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Venezuela's latest vote will worsen its crisis as it consolidates its socialist authoritarian system. But Washington is not well-positioned to lead the charge to stop... [Read More]
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The Colombian band stretches their boundaries across the decades, expanding on its swing and jazz-indebted sound with a pop sensibility. [Read More]
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The volcano's lava has crept near a geothermal energy plant, risking the release of dangerous fumes. Meanwhile, the fiery flow is already hurting a major... [Read More]
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Over initial objections by House GOP leaders, the House is expected to take up immigration legislation next month that threatens to further divide the party... [Read More]
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The White House is readying for a meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un on June 12. Despite Pyongyang's threats to back out, the... [Read More]
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Danish researchers analyzed the cost of treating refugees who have been tortured — both physical and psychological — and the economic impact. [Read More]
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It turns out the 45-degree tilt seen in the "Smooth Criminal" video is a mix of illusion, science and some serious athleticism. [Read More]
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A lawyer for the 20-year-old woman, Faith A. Rodgers, says that she is the same person who filed a criminal complaint against the R&B singer... [Read More]
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg meets with European Union Parliament members on Tuesday to discuss allegations that the personal data of European Facebook users was misused. [Read More]
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For the first time, scientists have videotaped sharks traveling a 500-mile-long "shark highway" in the Pacific, and they plan to turn it into a protected... [Read More]
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The arrested women "could have been powerful ambassadors for the new Saudi Arabia. Instead, they are being branded as traitors," says Kristian Ulrichsen of Rice... [Read More]
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Self-described "dirty trickster" Roger Stone says he's ready for an indictment but congressional and Justice Department investigators won't find any wrongdoing. [Read More]
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The Japanese band's brilliantly colored math-rock is meticulously painted in a video by director Yasuyuki Yamaguchi. [Read More]
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Fifty years ago, his LOVE painting made Robert Indiana a worldwide sensation. But for the artist, the work also had an intensely personal meaning. [Read More]
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The low-priced, cloud-based facial recognition can track and identify people as they walk down the street. U.S. police have generally held off on using Amazon's... [Read More]
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The San Francisco band formerly known as Plush has written a soundtrack for a breakup's aftermath from its forthcoming album Stranger to the Pain. [Read More]
The Trump administration has delivered a message to Iran. Steve Inskeep talks to Brian Hook, director of policy planning at the State Department, about the... [Read More]
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The disease, first seen in 1998 in Malaysia, has a particularly high mortality rate. Bats are suspected to have transmitted the virus in the most... [Read More]
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Graphic novelist Nick Drnaso's new book chronicles the aftermath of a murder in tightly-controlled, almost miserly panels that still manage to convey the horror of... [Read More]
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