Demand For Exorcisms On The Rise, Says One American Priest Who Conducts Them
The official exorcist for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis says the ritual isn't performed the way you might have seen in the movies.
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Border States Prepare For National Guard
The governors of Texas, Arizona, New Mexico and California committed to send around 2,000 National Guard members to the U.S.-Mexico border.
This Middle School Step Team Wants More Competition
Just one public middle school in Washington, D.C. has a competitive step team: Kelly Miller Middle School. It's one of the area's best.
Turkey's Opposition Parties Scramble To Mount Challenge As Erdogan Calls Snap Election
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan this week called a snap election in June, more than a year ahead of schedule.
Wells Fargo Agrees To $1 Billion Fine Over 'Unsafe Or Unsound Practices'
It's the largest fine against a bank by the Trump administration.
Top Colleges Push To Recruit More Low-Income Students
High-achieving, low-income students make up just 3 percent of enrollment at elite colleges.
Colorado's Safe2Tell Could Offer Model For School Safety
After the attack at Columbine High School, a hotline was set up in Colorado that lets students anonymously share safety concerns.
NPR TV Critic, A Peabody Juror, Breaks Down Qualifications For Award
NPR TV critic and Peabody juror Eric Deggans discusses the Peabody Awards announcing winners in their entertainment and documentary categories this week.
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