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Investigators are trying to learn more about the two men shot and killed Sunday night in Garland, Texas, outside an event featuring a contest for cartoons of the Muslim Prophet Muhammad.
When a chicken speaks, it's hard to tell whether it's a happy or sad cluck. That's what a research team at Georgia Tech is trying to decipher by recording more than 1,000 hours of chickens clucking.
Kenya wants to shut down a sprawling Somali refugee camp it views as a vector for Islamist extremists. Refugee officials say shutting down the camp would violate international law.
The Marquis de Lafayette sailed across the Atlantic to America aboard the or...
The Marquis de Lafayette sailed from France to America in 1780 to help the new nation defeat the British. A $29 million replica of the Hermione tall ship is retracing that journey.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Baltimore Attorney Steven Levin about the challenges legal teams representing the Baltimore police officers involved in Freddie Gray's arrest face.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Tim Noonan of the International Trade Union Confederation about the call for Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates to suspend the kafala sponsorship system.