Posted on · NPR operates independently of the U.S. government. NPR has asked Twitter to remove the label, calling it "unacceptable." But the company's CEO, Elon Musk, says it "seems accurate."
Posted on · A large stretch of Florida's coast is now under a hurricane watch. Ian is only the fourth hurricane of the Atlantic season, but experts warn that even one storm can upend many peoples' lives.
Posted on · A school board in the Dallas-Fort Worth area says it already has enough signs. Critics are testing a recently adopted Texas law that requires public schools to display a poster bearing the U.S. motto.
Posted on · "I'm turning 41 this month, and something's got to give," Williams told Vogue. She attributed the choice to the competing urges of wanting another child while facing off with the world's best players.
Posted on · The ruling came nearly six months after Griner was detained. Russia has indicated that any potential deal or prisoner swap to secure her release would have to wait until after a verdict in her case.
Posted on · Thanks to the telescope's deep and sharp infrared images, Earthlings are getting a more detailed look at distant galaxies than was ever possible.
Posted on · Griner, 31, is "a bit worried" because of the trial and the potential of a prison sentence, her lawyer tells NPR, "but she's a tough lady and I think she will manage."
Posted on · The star with the U.S. Olympic and the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury was bracketed by four security officers and a dog as she was led down a stairwell to a courtroom for Monday's hearing.
Posted on · Two teachers and 19 students were killed at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, making it the second-deadliest school shooting in U.S. history. At least four others were injured.
Posted on · Pfizer plans to submit the new data to the Food and Drug Administration this week, bringing families with young children one step closer to a long-awaited vaccine.
Posted on · Putin's announcement came as diplomats implored the Russian president to pull back from Ukraine's borders and avoid a war that will affect the rest of the world.
Posted on · The president called Russia's recognition of two Ukrainian regions a "flagrant violation of international law" and announced sanctions targeting Russia's ability to do business with the West.
Posted on · "Nobody is above the law, and nobody is beneath it," said Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, calling Chauvin's change of plea "important and historic."
Posted on · The group of would-be astronauts includes four women and reflects a broad stretch of America, from Alaska to Puerto Rico.
Posted on · The individual returned from South Africa on Nov. 22 and had mild symptoms. Cases have been found in more than 20 countries, less than a week after the worrying new variant was first identified.