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Sandra Day O'Connor was called "the most powerful woman in America" during her quarter of a century as a Supreme Court justice.
After a months-long delay, the federal student aid form — known as the FAFSA — will reopen later this month — with drastic changes to the way the application is completed.
Discussions about U.S. aid to Ukraine and Israel are being delayed by House Republicans who are negotiating a U.S. border policy that is further to the right than most Democrats are willing to vote.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Palestinian pollster and researcher Khalil Shikaki about Gazan sentiment toward the Palestinian Authority, and who might step in to rule the Gaza Strip after the war.
MacGowan was an Irish kid who grew up in England, and the songs he wrote and sang were a furious fusion of folk and punk. His band, The Pogues, was once described as a barroom brawl with instruments.
A new study reveals chinstrap penguins, who live in a noisy environment, fall asleep thousands of times in one day — for a few seconds each time. They need to be alert for predators.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott is expected to sign a new bill that gives the state more power to criminalize undocumented migrants in the state.
The late Henry Kissinger's legacy must include his support for the secret bombings across Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Bo Thao-Urabe, whose family fled Laos.
It was billed as a Red State-Blue State debate between men with different governing ideologies: Fla. Gov. Ron DeSantis, running for the GOP presidential nod, and Calif. Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.