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It's So Cold In England Even The Racing Snails Are Curlin...

It's So Cold In England Even The Racing Snails Are Curling Up

Feb. 25
Amy Held / NPR

A pub in Devon disappointed guests by cancelling a snail race as an arctic cold front hits much of Europe.

110 Girls Missing In Latest Suspected Boko Haram Attack, ...

110 Girls Missing In Latest Suspected Boko Haram Attack, Says Nigerian Government

Feb. 25
Amy Held / NPR

Officials have changed their accounts of the alleged kidnapping, after initially claiming the girls were rescued. Four years after Chibok, there are now fears another mass abduction has happened.

Without A Lawyer, Asylum-Seekers Struggle With Confusing ...

Without A Lawyer, Asylum-Seekers Struggle With Confusing Legal Processes

Feb. 25
Samantha Balaban / NPR

An asylum seeker is five times more likely to win a petition for asylum with the help of a lawyer. But, many asylum seekers are expected to represent themselves in court.

California Democrats Decline To Endorse Another Term For ...

California Democrats Decline To Endorse Another Term For Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Feb. 25
Scott Shafer / NPR

While the lack of an endorsement certainly won't keep Feinstein off the ballot, it's a sign that grass-roots Democrats are eager to supplant leaders who are seen as too moderate.

North Korea Open To Talks With U.S., Says South Korea

North Korea Open To Talks With U.S., Says South Korea

Feb. 25
Amy Held / NPR

Shortly before the Winter Olympics closing ceremony Sunday in Pyeongchang, the North indicated it is willing to engage in dialogue with the U.S., according to the South Korean president's office.

Highlights Of The Pyeongchang Olympics Closing Ceremony, ...

Highlights Of The Pyeongchang Olympics Closing Ceremony, In Photos

Feb. 25
Hannah Bloch / NPR

The flame is extinguished and the torch is passed to Beijing, host of the next Winter Games.

When Wildfire Smoke Invades, Who Should Pay To Clean Indo...

When Wildfire Smoke Invades, Who Should Pay To Clean Indoor Air?

Feb. 25
Nora Saks / NPR

Public health agencies are set up to regulate air pollution from cars, trucks and factories. Wildfire smoke presents a different set of threats, prompting some of those agencies to rethink priorities.

How Might Trump's Food Box Plan Affect Health? Native Ame...

How Might Trump's Food Box Plan Affect Health? Native Americans Know All Too Well

Feb. 25
Maria Godoy / NPR

For some, the USDA's plan to deliver SNAP benefits as canned, shelf-stable food is painfully familiar. The agency has long given this type of aid to tribes, with devastating health effects.

Boom In Antler Pet Chews May Have Opened A Black Market

Boom In Antler Pet Chews May Have Opened A Black Market

Feb. 25
Zachariah Hughes / NPR

Hunters are waking up to find their prized antlers have been stolen overnight in Alaska, where online ads offering cash for antlers have proliferated.

Extraordinary Moments: Top Contenders For A Photojournali...

Extraordinary Moments: Top Contenders For A Photojournalism Prize

Feb. 25
Courtney Columbus / NPR

Nominees for the 2018 World Press Photo contest are both newsy and unexpected: child jockeys, a blindfolded rhino, cave-dwellers in China.

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