National Public Radio's morning newsmagazine.
Don't call them 'witch hunts.' Most Americans say investigations into Trump are fairNews
The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll shows that a majority of Americans do not want former President Donald Trump to hold that office again, as his campaign for 2024 is in full swing.
Pras Michel stands trial in Washington, D.C., for conspiracy and other chargesNews
Hip-hop musician Pras Michel of Fugees faces criminal trial in Washington, D.C., for allegedly conspiring to violate election law and influence American policymakers on behalf of China.
'Live free and die?' The sad state of U.S. life expectancyNews
A decade after a landmark report on Americans' shorter lives, the problem has only gotten worse. Unlike other wealthy nations, U.S. life expectancy has not bounced back from the pandemic.
Depeche Mode co-founder David Gahan wants us to remember: 'Memento Mori'News
Depeche Mode return with its first album since the death of founding member Andy Fletcher. It focuses a lot, unsurprisingly, on the subject of life.
Still trying to quit that gym membership? The FTC is proposing a rule that could helpNews
The Federal Trade Commission gets thousands of complaints a year from customers trapped in memberships they don't want. Its "Click to Cancel" proposal aims to change that, Chair Lina Khan tells NPR.
Reflecting on the Pentagon's 'shock and awe' campaign that began the invasion of IraqNews
A retired Air Force pilot, who dropped bombs on Iraq during the opening night of the "shock and awe" campaign 20 years ago, talks with a woman who experienced that night as a teenager in Baghdad.
3 reasons why California's drought isn't really over, despite all the rainNews
California has been deluged by storms this winter, but fixing the state's severe drought will take more than rain. The state had deeper problems in how it uses water.
Biden is visiting Ottawa this week. Concerns about Haiti are at the top of the agendaNews
It's President Biden's first trip to Canada as president. He and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are expected to discuss their concerns about the security crisis in Haiti.
Plot twist: Activists skirt book bans with guerrilla giveaways and pop-up librariesNews
This year is expected to set a record for the number of book bans by public school libraries, so many people are finding creative ways to make banned books available to young readers outside schools.
It takes a few dollars and 8 minutes to create a deepfake. And that's only the startNews
Powerful artificial intelligence tools that can create video, audio, text and pictures are raising fears the technology will supercharge disinformation and propaganda by bad actors.
'Like a living scrapbook': 'My Powerful Hair' is a celebration of Native cultureNews
Author Carole Lindstrom follows Caldecott-winning <em>We Are Water Protectors</em> with another children's book featuring Native culture. She says she hopes it helps kids "see themselves in a positive way."
Jack Daniel's tells Supreme Court its brand is harmed by dog toy Bad SpanielsNews
The whiskey maker argues that the toy named Bad Spaniel infringes on its trademark, confuses consumers and tarnishes its reputation.
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