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Days after the comedian was diagnosed with breast cancer, she performed at the Largo nightclub in Los Angeles. Her stand-up routine, which became an album titled Live, was an instant hit.
A new documentary looks at the lives of some who took part in Northern Ireland's sectarian conflict, which lasted 30 years. Many are in their 60s now, grappling with their roles in a violent past.
Head coach Po-Shen Loh (far left) and assistant coaches John Berman and Alex...
America's top math students went head-to-head with competitors from more than 100 countries — and they won. "If you can even solve one question," their head coach says, "you're a bit of a genius."
A wildfire raged across a freeway outside San Bernadino, Calif., on Friday, setting some 20 vehicles in flames. Authorities say drones interfered with firefighting efforts. Sharon McNary of KPCC gives NPR's Arun Rath an update about the fire, which has yet to be contained.
The 7-state, months-long U.S. military exercise that conspiracy theorists believe is a cover for a military takeover began this week. NPR's Arun Rath speaks with correspondent Wade Goodwyn about the exercise.
A sexual assault complaint at the University of California, San Diego, led to a university investigation. The accused student was suspended. But a Superior Court judge has ruled that the school did not provide him a fair trial. Los Angeles Times reporter Teresa Watanabe discusses the impact of the case with NPR's Arun Rath.