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Dozens Killed In Attack On Egyptian Mosque

Fri, November 24, 2017 1:01pm

Dozens of people have been killed after an attack on a mosque in Egypt's north Sinai.Read More

Zimbabwe Swears In A New President

Fri, November 24, 2017 12:30pm

Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as the president of Zimbabwe, days after the country's longtime leader Robert Mugabe resigned.Read More

Parks systems are waiving fees to encourage people to skip the shopping and instead venture into nature. Here, 10 tips for safely enjoying wintry fun.Read More

Navy Calls Off Search For Missing Sailors

Fri, November 24, 2017 12:19pm

The U.S. Navy has ended its search for three missing sailors whose cargo plane crashed into the Pacific Ocean.Read More

The Trump administration lifted a ban on importing elephant and lion trophies from two African countries. National Geographic's Rachael Bale explains how this could affect conservation efforts.Read More

Beard Vs. Beard

Fri, November 24, 2017 11:08am

In Aberdeen, Scotland, two men had a "beard and mustache festival" earlier this year. But they've since parted ways and are now throwing competing festivals, but both about facial hair. Read More

Last year, Montreal set out to pick a grand Christmas tree, but people called it "skinny" and "lopsided." This year, Montreal is setting up an entire village installation with an even uglier tree.Read More

Law Enforcement's Limits To Stopping Shooters

Fri, November 24, 2017 10:08am

Recent mass shootings have shown how law enforcement can fail to prevent attacks by people who are known threats. The system is limited in what it can do, but there's also room for improvement.Read More

NPR's Noel King talks with Ohio Public Radio and Television's Karen Kasler about charges of sexual misconduct, assault and cover-ups in Ohio state politics that have led to resignations.Read More

Relations Sour Between The U.S. And Turkey

Fri, November 24, 2017 10:08am

Relations between the U.S. and its important ally Turkey are getting increasingly worse as a Turkish businessman goes on trial in New York and the Turkish president gets closer to Russia.Read More


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