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Fashion Institute of Technology students Erika Morales (left) and Nas Rivera...
Almost 60 million Americans have a permanent disability, but the fashion industry hasn't tapped into that market. Activists and designers are trying to change that, a signature and a stitch at a time.
Civil defense workers wear gas masks near damaged ground in a village near t...
Activists say the Syrian regime continues to attack its people with chlorine gas — with little reaction from an international community once focused on preventing Syria's use of chemical weapons.
Obama administration sources tell NPR they won't try to stop the release of Jonathan Pollard, who was convicted of spying for Israel and is eligible for parole in the fall.
Law enforcement are still trying to determine what motivated a man to begin shooting inside a movie theater on Thursday night. The man killed two people before turning the gun on himself.
Health insurer Anthem has agreed to buy fellow insurer Cigna for close to $50 billion. NPR looks at what the deal might mean for consumers.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Soner Cagaptay, director of the Turkish Research Program at The Washington Institute, about Turkey allowing U.S. airstrikes against extremists in Syria and Iraq.