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Donald Trump Celebrates Cinco De Mayo With A Trump Taco Bowl
05/05/2016 9:12 PM
The apparent Republican presidential nominee declared, "I love Hispanics!" But polls show Hispanics don't love him.
House Speaker Paul Ryan Says He's Not Backing Trump ? Yet
05/05/2016 9:06 PM
Don't add House Speaker Paul Ryan to the list of Republicans who are backing de facto GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. "I think he has to do more to unify this party," Ryan said.
N.C. Will Miss Deadline To Respond To Justice Department About LGBT Law
05/05/2016 9:05 PM
A North Carolina law that restricts which bathrooms transgender people can use violates the Civil Rights Act, the DOJ says. State House Speaker Tim Moore says lawmakers won't take action by Monday.
Sugar Vs. Sugar: Which Crop Is More Environmentally Friendly?
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
Sugar is sugar, but it comes from very different crops. Half of the U.S. supply comes from sugar cane in the tropics and half from sugar beets, which grow where it's cold. NPR explores whether one version is better for the environment than the other.
Ahead Of Derby Day, Kentucky Residents Gather Early To Beat Tourists
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
For generations, the day before the Kentucky Derby was unofficially considered "Louisville's Day at the Races," when locals could enjoy Churchill Downs without the huge Derby crowds, high admission prices and general madness. But over the past few years, "Oaks Day" has become popular among out-of-towners who come in early and make a whole weekend of it. Now, locals gather on the Thursday before the Derby.
Los Angeles Jury Reaches Verdict In Grim Sleeper Serial Murder Trial
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
A Los Angeles jury has reached a verdict in the Grim Sleeper serial murder trial. Lonnie Franklin Jr. is charged with 10 counts of murder and one count of attempted murder.
Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse Doubles Down On Criticism Of Donald Trump
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse has emerged as a sometimes contrary voice in the Republican Party, often criticizing his Senate colleagues and promising never to vote for Donald Trump. NPR looks at his role in the party and his thoughts on how it's changing in 2016.
Donald Trump Campaigns In West Virginia Ahead Of GOP Primary
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
Apparent Republican nominee Donald Trump visits West Virginia Thursday, where he is expected to appeal to the area's coal ties.
FDA Issues First Regulations On Electronic Cigarettes
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
The Food and Drug Administration has issued sweeping regulations that for the first time assert federal authority over electronic cigarettes, which have become increasingly popular, especially among young people.
When States Entice Companies To Move, Workers Are Left Behind
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
Cities and states spend huge sums of money to entice businesses to come and "create jobs." But in today's economy, there's little guarantee businesses will stay. NPR meets some of the workers left behind when a business moves on.
'He's A Work In Progress': Former Reagan Adviser Joins Pro-Trump SuperPAC
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Ed Rollins, who signed on as a strategist for the pro-Trump Great America superPAC.
In New York City, Former Boxers Find Ways To Support Each Other
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
A former boxer started a support group for fellow ex-boxers called Ring 10. They help these former athletes pay bills and figure out their lives after they leave the ring. They also meet once a month for dinner in the Bronx in New York City.
Clinton Is 'More Conservative Choice': Longtime Republican Crosses Party Lines
05/05/2016 8:31 PM
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Mark Salter, former chief of staff to John McCain and a senior adviser in both of McCain's presidential campaigns, about why he says he will vote for Hillary Clinton.
Risk Of Opioid Overdose Climbs At Middle Age
05/05/2016 7:51 PM
Most of the millions taking prescription painkillers are older than 45, research shows, and there's been a recent increase in drug overdose deaths among people over 55. Drug mixing is partly to blame.
Softball Pitcher Monica Abbott Signs Record $1 Million Contract
05/05/2016 7:44 PM
The six-year deal with the Scrap Yard Dawgs, a team in the National Pro Fastpitch league, is the first million-dollar deal in the league's 13-year history.




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