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The Green Book listed hotels, restaurants, barbershops and gas stations which welcomed black customers during racial segregation in the U.S.
It would be under the umbrella of the Air Force to try to simplify the process. This represents a shift -Trump had stated that he wanted a Space Force that is "separate but equal" from the Air Force.
We don't have a lot of experience with investigating presidents of the United States," McCabe says. "There is not a standard S.O.
Whitney Scharer's "The Age Of Light" focuses on the evolution of model and accredited photojournalist Lee Miller.
The Oscar-nominated film has reignited interest in the life (and love interests) of a corpulent, gouty, queen who liked chocolate more than tea. So why are Queen Anne and tea-drinking so closely tied?
Suburban areas and "new destination states," such as Arizona and North Dakota, are experiencing a wave of Chinese immigrants.
The New Zealand singer says her strangely alluring video for the song "The Barrel" has been described as "Amish Sci-fi." But its ultimate meaning depends on what you think you see.
Karl Lagerfeld brought Fendi to new heights in the 1960s and revamped Chanel in the 1980s. He also was famous for his wit and had a knack for making outrageous comments.
George Mendonsa claimed to be the sailor kissing a woman in Times Square a photo that defined the jubilation of Victory over Japan Day. The two had never met.
Alex Chu is a freshman at Wheaton College, where he was recruited to play goalie. But because his head won't fit into a regular helmet, he's been benched. A custom helmet costs thousands of dollars.
France's fencing federation hopes the move will lure people addicted to their screens to exercise more. Lightsaber instructors will train people to take part in three-minute bouts.
The Vermont independent became an ideological leader in the Democratic Party after his 2016 campaign against Hillary Clinton. He faces a far more crowded and liberal field this time.
Rachel Martin talks to David Wallace-Wells, author of "The Uninhabitable Earth," who outlines the current misunderstandings and upcoming impacts of climate change.
David Greene talks to Jonah Goldberg, senior editor at National Review, about a poll finding over 60 percent of Americans disapprove of President Trump declaring an emergency at the southern border.
This year marks the 70th anniversary of the communist revolution in China. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Helen Zia, who wrote a book about the Chinese who fled Mao's revolution.
The U.S. president urged military leaders to stop blocking food aid from entering the country, and said those who refuse to accept the opposition leader "will find no safe harbor .
Former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni announced her retirement from politics on Monday. Livni also served as Israel's chief peace negotiator.
A new book tells how the blinding of a black Army veteran after World War II by a South Carolina police chief helped lead to the desegregation of the U.S. Army.
In an interview with NPR's Michel Martin about her new book Antisemitism: Here and Now historian Deborah Lipstadt discusses the recent resurgence of anti-Semitism on the political left and right.
Colin Kaepernick reached an agreement with the NFL. Sports sociologist Harry Edwards joins NPR's Michel Martin to discuss what it means for the future of protest in the NFL.