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This season, baseball stadium chefs have gotten creative with over-the-top hot dogs and brats. At Phoenix's Chase Field, fans can try them topped with everything from tater tots to mac and cheese.
Sept. 18, 2019
National elections were held Tuesday in Israel, and the country's two main political parties are deadlocked. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's fate is in limbo.
Sept. 18, 2019
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The preliminary results show yet another near deadlock between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party and its main centrist rival.
Sept. 18, 2019
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The quarter-percentage-point cut will lower borrowing costs for households and businesses. The move is an effort to prolong the decade-old economic expansion in the face of rising headwinds.
Sept. 18, 2019
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Hundreds of people have been hospitalized with severe lung disease linked to vaping. Public health agencies are investigating what's behind the alarming symptoms.
Sept. 18, 2019
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The end of the state's Obama-era waiver is seen by many as the latest move to undo a years-long push to produce more fuel efficient cars.
Sept. 18, 2019
The rate fell again in the most recent Guttmacher Institute survey, continuing a decline since 1980.
Sept. 17, 2019
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"I am doing this due to pressure on MIT and me over a series of misunderstandings and mischaracterizations," Richard Stallman wrote on his blog.
Sept. 17, 2019
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Social media networks banned hundreds of thousands of accounts last month. In NPR's assessment of the data, telling details begin to depict large disinformation campaigns.
Sept. 17, 2019
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The Indian prime minister is cited for the millions of toilets his government has built in rural India. Activists say his human rights record should disqualify him.
Sept. 17, 2019
The New York Times seems unsure of how to handle the controversy sparked by a recent article offering new details on allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Sept. 17, 2019
Former All Things Considered host Linda Wertheimer remembers her friend and fellow "NPR Founding Mother" Cokie Roberts, who has died at age 75 of cancer.
Sept. 17, 2019
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with journalist James Verini about his book They Will Have To Die Now, a vivid story of the battle to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State in 2016.
Sept. 17, 2019
GM's decision to close five North American facilities has left some striking workers worrying if theirs may be next. Plants making cars have been hardest hit.
Sept. 17, 2019
Corey Lewandowski testifies before the House Judiciary Committee as part of its investigation into possible articles of impeachment against the president.
Sept. 17, 2019

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