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The NAACP, the leading civil rights organization for African-Americans, is holding its annual convention at a time when there are growing questions about the group's relevance to a young generation.
Mathias "Spider" Schergen in his art room at Jenner Elementary Academy of th...
For nearly a quarter century, Mathias Schergen taught in one of Chicago's toughest neighborhoods. Now, he's moving on.
Manuel Santos feeds 6-month-old Carmen as biological father Bud Lake looks o...
Baby Carmen was born to a surrogate mother in Thailand. Her parents, one American and one from Spain, have fallen afoul of a new law, and now the Thai woman who gave birth to Carmen wants her back.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told a House committee on Wednesday the Fed is still on track to raise interest rates later this year. She also faced tough questions from House Republicans who are unhappy about what they say is a lack of transparency at the Fed.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz about the Iran nuclear deal. Secretary Moniz was an important player in the negotiations.
Lebanon serves as a good reflection of the Middle East, and it's buzzing with the news of the Iran nuclear deal.