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A tip from the U.S. Embassy alerted Cambodian authorities to a haul of at least 3.2 tons of ivory that shipped from Mozambique.
Dec. 16, 2018
Alaska fishermen who took advantage of new regulations allowing them to fish with a previously banned piece of gear are happy they saved their catch from hungry whales.
Dec. 16, 2018
A new study shows that creating an environment in which math is part of everyday life, can help kids do better in the subject.
Dec. 16, 2018
Nations agreed on rules to track the promises they made to reduce emissions, but did not set new emissions reduction goals necessary to avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change.
Dec. 15, 2018
The bells return to Balangiga after 117 years in U.S. custody.
Dec. 15, 2018
Particularly striking are its well-preserved colors – light yellows, rich blues and a reddish-brown skin tone. Officials announced the discovery Saturday at the site in Saqqara, outside of Cairo.
Dec. 15, 2018
President Trump has tweeted that the interior secretary is stepping down at the end of the year. NPR's Scott Simon and Tamara Keith discuss the issue.
Dec. 15, 2018
So far this year, 61.34 inches of rain have fallen in Washington, breaking a 129-year-old record.
Dec. 15, 2018
Two years after East Liverpool, Ohio, gained notoriety from a viral photo of an overdosed couple, the community is coming to terms with its addiction problem — and taking tentative steps forward.
Dec. 15, 2018
The decision came on the eve of the final day of open enrollment for 2019 health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Dec. 15, 2018
The interior secretary is stepping down after a tumultuous two years, marked by mounting allegations of misconduct in office.
Dec. 15, 2018
Germany is seeing the return of wolf packs, and with them growing political tension over whether the animals pose too much of a threat.
Dec. 15, 2018
President Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, got three years in prison, and the publisher of the National Enquirer agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.
Dec. 15, 2018
This week Butina admitted she wasn't just a student and Russian gun rights activist, pleading guilty to a count of conspiring to act as a foreign agent. NPR's Scott Simon talks with her lawyer.
Dec. 15, 2018
This week in the Russia investigations: Headlines and courtroom action are coming thick and fast in the final weeks of the year, but a core "collusion" case also looks weaker than it ever has.
Dec. 15, 2018

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