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On the city's South Side, residents and activists converged to protest the deadly shooting of a man Saturday. On Sunday police released a 30-second clip of the incident that set off the protests.
Jul. 15, 2018
France entered the tournament as a favorite, powered by stars like forwards Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann, while Croatia was seen as a longshot for victory.
Jul. 15, 2018
The Serbian tennis player won his fourth Wimbledon and his 13th major title with his victory over Kevin Anderson of South Africa.
Jul. 15, 2018
President Trump told CBS that he has "low expectations" ahead of a summit with Russia's Vladimir Putin, and added, "I think the European Union is a foe, what they do to us in trade."
Jul. 15, 2018
Many in the U.K. are hoping that any tensions with the U.S. over trade are temporary – especially business owners.
Jul. 15, 2018
Haiti's prime minister resigned before he could be removed from office by the country's parliament. The government announced a double-digit price increase in fuel, sparking riots this month.
Jul. 15, 2018
Russia's president wants to normalize ties with the U.S., stop sanctions and give President Trump the impression he is the only Western leader who can get through to him.
Jul. 15, 2018
The vast amount of data held in electronic medical records and insurance bills contains bits that could be useful in refining the use of approved for drugs. But how to find it?
Jul. 15, 2018
The son of Pakistani immigrants in the U.K., Mahtab Hussain was often taunted: "Go home." One day he did just that to see what his life might have been like if his parents had not left.
Jul. 15, 2018
Lawyers and advocates in migrant shelters across the country are working with U.S. government officials to reunify children separated from parents at the border.
Jul. 15, 2018
The giant mountain of ice towers is threatening a tiny village, causing authorities to evacuate residents.
Jul. 14, 2018
Twelve Russian agents have been indicted in Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with cybersecurity expert Matt Tait about what the indictment mean.
Jul. 14, 2018
An internal report released by the Federal Emergency Management Agency has concluded the agency was unable to provide adequate support to hurricane victims in Puerto Rico last year.
Jul. 14, 2018
Years after New Englanders saw that acid rain caused by coal plants was killing red spruce trees, the trees are better. Researchers say the red spruce shows the positive impact of air pollution laws.
Jul. 14, 2018
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with David Kris, a former assistant attorney general for National Security, about what's next in the special counsel's Russia investigation.
Jul. 14, 2018

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