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Under a voter-approved elections process being used for the first time in Alaska elections this year, party primaries have been scrapped and ranked choice voting is being used in general elections.
A Maryland couple had been charged in an alleged plot to sell secrets about U.S. nuclear-powered warships by hiding information in objects such as a chewing gum wrapper and a peanut butter sandwich.
As students return to classrooms for the new school year, we visit one district, in Jackson, Miss., to hear how school leaders, teachers and families are feeling.
As part of our summer series on sweat, we get answers to the questions: Do we need to sweat during sleep? And, why does a warm bath help you sleep, even if it makes you sweat?
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Afghan opposition leader Ahmad Massoud about the National Resistance Front, which is fighting against Taliban rule.
With airlines shut down and many of the country's road's destroyed, Ukraine's train system has been both the literal and figurative lifeline for the country.
Most grazing animals spend their time in open pastures. But there is a movement to raise livestock in the forest to benefit animals and the environment.
New federal forecasts show the nation's two largest reservoirs on the river are expected to continue their rapid decline — putting the water supply for 40 million people in the southwest in jeopardy.
The WNBA playoffs begin Wednesday with some key match-ups, a pending retirement and absences of some notable players. The Chicago Sky are trying to become the first back-to-back champions in 20 years.
This week marks one year since the abrupt end of the U.S. mission in Afghanistan. U.S. veterans are still trying to come to terms with the collapse of the mission.
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Northern Arts & Culture
- Northern Arts & Culture: singer/songwriter Michael Waite
- Northern Arts & Culture: A chat with Dom Flemons, The American Songster
- Northern Arts & Culture: Raymond Little's new self-titled album comes from the woods
- Northern Arts & Culture: Geoff & Jon's Vinyl Record Show July 2022
- Northern Arts & Culture: Marquette Symphony Orchestra opens 2022-23 season