About Discover Search
Log In or Register
NPR News Headlines from The Two-Way, syndicated automatically via RSS
Migrant Caravan Grows to 5,000

A growing crowd of Central American migrants is resuming its advance toward the U.S. border in southern Mexico on Sunday.

DislikeComment
How One Group Is Galvanizing Dissatisfied Voters

In Colorado, a group is exploiting voter dissatisfaction with the two major political parties in an effort to elect unaffiliated candidates.

DislikeComment
U.S. To Pull Out Of International Arms Control Agreement

President Trump says he will pull the U.S. out of a 1987 arms control treaty with Russia. It was a treaty signed by President Reagan designed to reduce the dangers of nuclear war.

DislikeComment
Congo Rebels Kill 15, Threaten Ebola Containment Efforts Again

The rebels also abducted a dozen children, Congo's military said. The attack comes after two medical workers were killed Saturday while manning a port of entry to try to control the spread of Ebola.

DislikeComment
In Hurricane Michael's Wake, Florida Panhandle Faces Steep Path Back To Normal

More than a week after Hurricane Michael made landfall as a Category 4 storm, cities and towns are facing the daunting task of trying to rebuild.

DislikeComment
What's Cookin', Kiddo? America's Test Kitchen Unveils Book For Young Chefs

NPR's Lynn Neary drops in on a cooking session with America's Test Kitchen Kids editor in chief and an 8-year-old chef to try one of more than 100 recipes for foods that kids love to eat — and make.

DislikeComment
Meet The Jews Of The German Far Right

Fellow Jews in the country are baffled by a small Jewish faction within the Alternative for Germany, a party accused of racism and of downplaying the Nazis.

DislikeComment
U.S. To End Cold War-Era Nuclear Arms Treaty With Russia, Trump Says

The 1987 INF treaty banned ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with an intermediate range. For years, U.S. officials have accused Russia of violating the treaty.

DislikeComment
Report: Women Everywhere Don't Know Enough About Ovarian Cancer

A new study shows that slow rates of diagnosis and delayed access to treatment are the norm around the world.

DislikeComment
LA Dodgers Defeat Milwaukee Brewers To Reach World Series

Los Angeles held off Milwaukee 5-1 in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series. The Dodgers will go to the World Series for the second year in a row, this time facing the Boston Red Sox.

DislikeComment
ENTER TITLE

ENTER TEASER

DislikeComment
As Border Restrictions Tighten, Some Experts See Migrant Caravans Growing In Size

Mexico has begun allowing members of a mass migrant caravan to cross its border, following violent clashes between the migrants and Mexican police on Friday.

DislikeComment
At $1.6 Billion, Mega Millions Jackpot Becomes Largest In Lottery History

After no one won the jackpot in a drawing on Friday night, the winnings surpassed the record $1.586 billion for the Powerball prize in January 2016. The next drawing will be on Tuesday night.

DislikeComment
World Reacts With Skepticism To Saudi Confirmation Of Jamal Khashoggi's Death

Saudi officials initially claimed that Khashoggi left their consulate in Istanbul alive.

DislikeComment
Trump Sticks To Trump Country As He Pushes For GOP Wins In The Midterms

The president goes to places where he can make the biggest impact for Republicans, which has largely meant avoiding suburban swing districts and focusing his attention on places he won in 2016.

DislikeComment
Opinion: A President In Praise Of Strongmen And Dictators

NPR's Scott Simon reflects on the praise that President Trump heaps on authoritarian leaders.

DislikeComment
Nixon's Saturday Night Massacre Casts Shadow As Trump Considers Fate Of DOJ Leaders

Forty-five years ago, Nixon precipitated the departure of the attorney general, deputy attorney and Watergate special prosecutor as the criminal investigation of his administration escalated.

DislikeComment
A Great African Kingdom Tells Its History In Fabulous Royal Clothes

An exhibition at the Baltimore Museum of Art finds political power in dizzying patterns from the Kuba Kingdom — located in what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

DislikeComment
The Russia Investigations: Why Are Democrats Avoiding The Russia Imbroglio?

Democrats have placed their chips as they try to unseat Republicans — but not on Russia red. Meanwhile, a liberal billionaire outsider has built a massive organization intent on impeaching Trump.

DislikeComment
'It Will Be Years' Before Life At Tyndall Air Force Base Returns To Normal

Tyndall Air Force base, home to 11,000 airmen and their families, sustained catastrophic damage when Hurricane Michael came through earlier this month. Residents don't know if they will ever go back.

DislikeComment