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After 16 years in Afghanistan, the U.S. can neither declare victory nor disengage. So the president calls for more troops, more time, more sacrifice — with no way of knowing how much might be enough. more
Tune in to the All Songs Considered 24/7 music channel for a non-stop playlist of songs for the solar eclipse. more
If you heeded all the warnings, you're likely fine. But spots or blurred vision that shows up 12 hours later or the next day might be a sign that the sun's direct rays permanently hurt the retina. more
Prime minister says it is not possible to stop people saying hurtful things in same-sex marriage postal survey campaign without shutting down free speech Malcolm Turnbull has claimed “99.9999%” of Australians will conduct public … more
On a number of measures, the opponents of change have the odds in their favour. The yes campaign will have to find a way to harness majority support into an actual majority Peter Lewis is the executive director of Essential As football … more
The president addressed the nation about U.S. engagement in the country on Monday night. NPR journalists provided context and analysis of his remarks. more
The Legendary curators and boosters of hip-hop share stories and introduce their new NPR podcast, What's Good. more
The 24-year-old Jamaican artist has released his debut album, Chronology. It showcases his myriad influences, including genres like gospel, ska and electronic music and his own musical family lineage. more
The total solar eclipse swept across the country on Monday from Oregon to South Carolina. A partial eclipse was also visible in other parts of the U.S. All Things Considered checked in with some listeners who witnessed the eclipse. more
It was dark during the day on Monday as the total solar eclipse traveled across the U.S. from Oregon to South Carolina. NPR heard from some people who witnessed the astronomical show. more
From coast to coast, a total solar eclipse crossed the United States on Monday. Fourteen states were in the path of total darkness, while a partial eclipse was visible in other parts of the country. more
The destroyer USS John S McCain collided with a merchant vessel near Singapore early Monday local time. Ten U.S. Navy sailors are missing, and five were injured. This is the fourth mishap involving a warship with the U.S. 7th Fleet in the past year. more
President Trump addresses the nation Monday night on "the way forward" in Afghanistan. NPR looks at the range of options available to the president and the situation on the ground. more
A group of LGBT people in Arizona discuss the recent stances the Trump administration has taken related to sexual orientation and gender identity as part of our Kitchen Table Conversation series. more
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Uber's new vice president of leadership and strategy about what she plans to bring to the ride-hailing company after more than a dozen executives left this year. more
Two giants of comedy died this weekend. Dick Gregory and Jerry Lewis had very different styles, but both men were hugely influential. There are many comedians who drew equal parts inspiration from both men. more
As President Trump prepares to deliver an address Monday night on his strategy for the war in Afghanistan, NPR looks back on previous presidential addresses to the nation regarding this war. more
The Secret Service is in the middle of a pay crunch. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Kevin Johnson, the reporter who broke the story for USA Today, about how thousands of agents have already reached federal salary caps. more
The crackdown on the star conductor's four-city American tour with the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela is seen as payback for his recent criticisms of the Maduro government. more
A new song from the voice of The Internet, as intimate as it is explicit. more
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