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A Century-Old Poet Looks Back — And Fearlessly Forward — In ‘Purgatory’

By NPR Staff Henry Morgenthau III had a long and eventful life even before he…

Judge: No decision yet on who will inherit Prince’s $200M

By The Associated Press The judge overseeing Prince’s estate will wait for appeals to be…

Donald Glover won the Golden Globes with his Gucci suit and Migos shoutout

By USATODAY His Childish Gambino music even soundtracked the festivities. …read more…

Psychic Soldiers Populate ‘Throwaways’ — With Style

By Etelka Lehoczky Caitlin Kittredge’s comic series about psychic soldiers on the run from government…

Chris Brown vs. Soulja Boy: A timeline of their exhausting beef

By USATODAY 2017’s first celebrity feud is here, and it’s a handful. …read more…

James Baldwin’s words rise up in ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ trailer

By Proma Khosla When James Baldwin died in 1987, he had written 30 pages of…

‘Dangal’ on its way to breach the Rs 5 billion mark in box office collections

By Sohini Mitter 2016 was a great year for Bollywood sports movies, or more specifically,…

Actor And Activist Jesse Williams: ‘I’m Certain I’m Making A Difference’

By NPR Staff The Grey’s Anatomy co-star tells NPR’s Michel Martin he’s seen the effects…

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Nick Cannon defends Mariah Carey’s New Year’s Eve incident

By USA TODAY He says he’s seen his ex since the broadcast. …read more…

Parts of Mexico dangerous, but popular tourist area safer than some U.S. cities, experts say

By Nicole Ireland The deaths of five people, including a Canadian man, in Monday’s nightclub shooting in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, are tragic — but that doesn’t mean there’s an increased threat against tourists in the popular resort area, according to security specialists. …read more…

Baltimore agrees to police reforms in agreement with Justice Department

After months of negotiations with the U.S. Justice Department, the city of Baltimore has agreed to wide-ranging police reforms. The changes, outlined in a 227-page …read more…

A Century-Old Poet Looks Back — And Fearlessly Forward — In ‘Purgatory’

By NPR Staff Henry Morgenthau III had a long and eventful life even before he started writing poetry in his 90s. Now, at age 100, he’s promoting his first poetry collection, called A Sunday in Purgatory. …read more…

Antigay Pastor Eddie Long, Once Accused of Sex Abuse, Dead at 63

By Trudy Ring The Atlanta-area megachurch leader was accused of coercing young men into sex. …read more…

WORLD NEWS NOW

Parts of Mexico dangerous, but popular tourist area safer than some U.S. cities, experts say

By Nicole Ireland The deaths of five people, including a Canadian man, in Monday’s nightclub shooting in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, are tragic — but that doesn’t mean there’s an increased threat against tourists in the popular resort area, according…

Ukraine Fears Putin Will ‘Step Forward’ if U.S. Pulls Back

By Alexander Smith Washington has rallied around the Western-leaning Ukrainian government and Russia supported the…

Asia is throwing out an increasingly large, dangerous amount of e-waste

By Ariel Bogle All those old TV screens, smartphones and computer monitors have to go…

More Than 70 Countries Urge Renewed Mideast Peace Talks

By The Associated Press and Mark Hanrahan Fearing a new eruption of violence in the…

SCIENCE & TECH

Sassy Zuckerberg touts Facebook’s power to defend Oculus in court

By Kerry Flynn Tuesday was a serious day in the life of Mark Zuckerberg. So…

The internet is loving this pizza guy’s brutally honest ‘sick note’

By Joseph Earp You know what it’s like: You’re having a great time day drinking…

Doctors take inspiration from online dating to build organ transplant AI

By Ariel Bogle When Bob Jones performed one of Victoria’s first liver transplants in 1988,…

NASA, NOAA Data Show 2016 Warmest Year on Record Globally

Earth’s 2016 surface temperatures were the warmest since modern recordkeeping began in 1880, according to independent analyses by NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). …read more…

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