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Shopping with a face mask, getting screened for fever — they're some of the challenges posed by the Wuhan coronavirus.
Jan. 25, 2020
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We're answering a few questions that you may be asking about the new coronavirus outbreak. And we invite you to send us your questions.
Jan. 25, 2020
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The security forces fired live bullets and tear gas and set ablaze tents where demonstrators have been living. At least one protester was killed and dozens wounded.
Jan. 25, 2020
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Two astronauts aboard the International Space Station made their fourth foray outside the spacecraft to prolong the lifespan of a cosmic ray detector.
Jan. 25, 2020
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The president's team told senators that House managers selectively withheld evidence in their arguments.
Jan. 25, 2020
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Hank Bolden is one of thousands of U.S. soldiers exposed to secret nuclear weapons tests in the 1950s. He's now using compensation money from the federal government to focus on his first love: music.
Jan. 25, 2020
Dozens of Indians, most of them Muslim, have been killed by police in weeks of nationwide protests against a new citizenship law. Their families believe they were singled out because of their faith.
Jan. 25, 2020
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European Union officials will be closely monitoring results of the local votes on Sunday that are seen as a bellwether for the fate of the national government.
Jan. 25, 2020
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Fans of the beloved television show don't want the symbol to live long or prosper. Instead, they're calling the design a knockoff.
Jan. 25, 2020
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House impeachment managers concluded their opening presentation with a call to remove Trump or risk more of what they called lawlessness. Trump's lawyers get the floor next.
Jan. 25, 2020
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Our canine buddies can do more than play fetch. Turns out dogs' incredible sense of smell is a secret weapon in medicine.
Jan. 25, 2020
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As the State Department faces ongoing questions over Marie Yovanovitch's treatment as U.S. envoy to Ukraine, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tells NPR, "I've defended every single person on this team."
Jan. 24, 2020
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Art Lien, a courtroom artist who normally covers the Supreme Court, has been sketching the Senate proceedings. "I'm looking for color," he says — such as sleeping senators and fidget spinners.
Jan. 24, 2020
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Today, more than 170 colleges and universities offer esports. And there's money on the table — more than $16 million in college scholarships. Naturally, high schools have followed suit.
Jan. 24, 2020
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Residents in Wuhan and other Chinese cities affected by the Wuhan coronavirus are using platforms like Weibo to share their fears and frustrations.
Jan. 24, 2020

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