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Trevor Bedford's crowd-sourced work on tracking not only where viruses are, but also how quickly they mutate, has proven critical in understanding the nature, danger and trajectory of COVID-19.
Companies like Affirm and Klarna allow shoppers to take their purchases home immediately and pay them off over time.
Other firefighter groups and unions aren't exactly on the same page about this: The International Association of Fire Chiefs has expressed support for mandatory vaccinations.
As many auto companies develop electric cars, the need for batteries is growing.
For the first time since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, top military leaders will publicly testify in front of lawmakers.
Congress must pass a spending bill by Thursday to avoid a government shutdown and a default.
Biden's social spending and infrastructure bills face opposition not just from congressional Republicans but members of his own party.
Thousands of other New York health workers though are still unvaccinated despite a statewide mandate and could be suspended or fired.
The app, aimed at people 13 years old or younger, had been the subject of heavy criticism.
Listen to NPR's Brian Mann's audio postcard from his canoe trip in New York.
Allegations against the R&B singer have been made for decades. But several investigative reports, including the documentary "Surviving R. Kelly," led prosecutors to take another look.
According to the National Aphasia Association, the condition affects more than 2 million Americans.
The number of murders increased nearly 30% in 2020, according to new FBI data. It's the highest one-year increase since record-keeping began in 1960.
Crissy Perham tells her story of getting an abortion as a teenager.
The R&B singer could face a possible sentence of 10 years to life in prison.
The Associated Press reports that the British government is considering training the military to drive trucks in their place.
Democrats in Congress are also preparing to vote on two big infrastructure spending bills.
Katharine Graham's fearlessness was part of an important personal evolution.
Employers typically resisted allowing workers with disabilities to work remotely. But the pandemic has changed that.
Money to fund the government runs out on Thursday at midnight.