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Saudi Arabia's army fires artillery shells toward Houthi rebels along the Sa...
Much of the world is skeptical about the wisdom of the bombing raids in Yemen. But Saudis are rallying around their new king, Salman, and his son, the defense minister.
Offshore oil industry safety standards have been scrutinized since the BP spill five years ago. It happened when an oil rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, causing over 3 billion barrels to gush out.
The FBI arrested six young Somali-Americans Sunday, two in San Diego and four in Minneapolis. The government says they were conspiring to travel to Syria and join the self-proclaimed Islamic State.
BuzzFeed is facing criticism after acknowledging that it deleted some posts because they criticized its advertisers.
NPR's Melissa Block talks with Mark Feinsand, Yankees beat writer with the New York Daily News, about Alex Rodriguez's game this year and how he is expected to surpass Willie Mays' 660 homerun record.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Cameron French, who wrote a story for Reuters about why this may be the year that a Canadian hockey team wins the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1993.