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How A Venezuelan Chef Is Teaching Women To Make Chocolate And Money

How A Venezuelan Chef Is Teaching Women To Make Chocolate And Money

Sept. 25
Larissa Zimberoff / NPR

Some of the world's best cacao grows in Venezuela, a country roiled by political turmoil. One chocolatier is betting those beans can propel a whole industry and turn women into micro-entrepreneurs.

Anthony Weiner Is Sentenced To 21 Months In Prison

Anthony Weiner Is Sentenced To 21 Months In Prison

Sept. 25
Merrit Kennedy / NPR

The disgraced former U.S. congressman pleaded guilty in May to sending obscene messages to a 15-year-old girl.

Top Stories: Trump's Revised Travel Ban; More Trump On The NFL

Sept. 25
Korva Coleman / NPR

Also: Jared Kushner used private email for White House work; a dam in Puerto Rico is still in trouble; and California gets an official state dinosaur.

Berliners Vote To Keep Cold War-Era Airport Open

Berliners Vote To Keep Cold War-Era Airport Open

Sept. 25
Merrit Kennedy / NPR

Tegel Airport was built when Berlin was a divided city and has been scheduled to close after the opening of a new international airport called Berlin Brandenburg, farther from the city center.

Jared Kushner Used Private Email In Trump Administration, Lawyer Co...

Jared Kushner Used Private Email In Trump Administration, Lawyer Confirms

Sept. 25
Bill Chappell / NPR

Emails have been a central theme for President Trump, who has repeatedly said that Democratic rival Hillary Clinton should face federal criminal charges over her use of private email.

Pregnant Women Should Still Get The Flu Vaccine, Doctors Advise

Pregnant Women Should Still Get The Flu Vaccine, Doctors Advise

Sept. 25
Rebecca Hersher / NPR

Researchers and physicians say a study suggesting a link between the flu vaccine and miscarriage in a limited population is cause for more research, not a reason to change vaccination recommendations.

This Test Can Determine Whether You've Outgrown A Food Allergy

This Test Can Determine Whether You've Outgrown A Food Allergy

Sept. 25
Allison Aubrey / NPR

Food allergies are tricky to diagnose, and many kids can outgrow them, too. A test called an oral food challenge is the gold standard to rule out an allergy. It's performed under medical supervision.

NFL Responds To Trump As President Renews Debate Over National Anthem

NFL Responds To Trump As President Renews Debate Over National Anthem

Sept. 25
Doreen McCallister / NPR

President Trump said kneeling during the national anthem is unpatriotic and those refusing to stand should be fired. On Sunday, players sat, knelt or locked arms with teammates during the anthem.

Cut Off From The World, Puerto Ricans Search For A Ghost Of A Signal

Cut Off From The World, Puerto Ricans Search For A Ghost Of A Signal

Sept. 24
Camila Domonoske / NPR

On a major expressway in the north of the island, drivers chase after elusive cell service. Some have managed to make calls to the mainland — though not always to relatives elsewhere on the island.

After Returning From Her 'Girl Power Trip,' Malala Continues Advoca...

After Returning From Her 'Girl Power Trip,' Malala Continues Advocating For Education

Sept. 24
Michel Martin / NPR

Malala Yousafzai, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize recipient and activist for girls' education, shared the stories she heard from her recent trip visiting women around the world at the U.N. in New York.

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