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If the rumors are true, then humanity is about to learn a lot about the heaviest stuff in the universe.
Though Zika was discovered in 1947, few scientists since had studied the virus. Now, while some check its genes, others turn to placental cells for clues to any link between Zika and birth defects.
The nets that ensnare the giant totoaba fish also trap and kill the world's smallest and rarest mammal: a porpoise called the vaquita.
A federal judge wants the Department of Justice to formally explain why it hasn't been able to meet a deadline set for releasing all of Hillary Clinton's emails from her time as secretary of state.
Lourdes Gourriel Jr. and his older brother Yulieski went missing from their team hotel in Santo Domingo on Monday. Experts saw the potential defection as further sign that Cuban baseball in shambles.
The heads of America's top intelligence agencies — including the CIA, FBI and NSA — gave their latest update on the nature of threats facing the U.S. on Tuesday, from ISIS to Russia to China and others. NPR has the latest on what America's spymasters call the biggest dangers of the moment.
Going into the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday, Sen. Bernie Sanders appeared poised to defeat rival Hillary Clinton in the state. NPR explores how meaningful such an outcome would be for each campaign going forward.
Deep in the woods of New Hampshire, 20 inmates are engaged in a fierce chess tournament in a secluded prison. The prize may be just a paper certificate, but even then, winning means a lot.
NPR takes a look at what's at stake for the presidential candidates in the first-in-the-nation New Hampshire primary.
New Hampshire voters weigh in on the presidential candidates as they go to the polls on primary day.
The politics surrounding the future of Chicago's public school system are intensifying. Three different players are in a power struggle for control of the system, which is suffering financially.
NPR's Ari Shapiro and Kelly McEvers read listener comments and one small correction.
The GOP presidential hopefuls are trading attacks on the use of water boarding and other such harsh interrogation techniques. Donald Trump vows he would revive those techniques as president and has attacked Sen. Ted Cruz for opposing that idea. Many critics and studies, however, conclude that harsh techniques do not work.
Artur Fischer, a German inventor who had more than 1,100 patents registered to his name, died last month at age 96.
Testimony began Tuesday in the historic trial of Spain's Princess Cristina. She's the first Spanish royal ever to sit in the defendant's dock and faces eight years in prison if convicted of tax fraud.
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