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Declassified Files Lay Bare U.S. Knowledge Of Mass Murders In Indon...

Declassified Files Lay Bare U.S. Knowledge Of Mass Murders In Indonesia

Oct. 18
Colin Dwyer / NPR

The Indonesian military systematically killed at least half a million people in the 1960s. Documents released Tuesday show U.S. officials knew about it from the start — and stood by as it unfolded.

Emoluments Hearing Hints At What May Be At Stake: Trump's Tax Returns

Emoluments Hearing Hints At What May Be At Stake: Trump's Tax Returns

Oct. 18
Peter Overby / NPR

If a federal judge lets the plaintiffs proceed with their lawsuit against the president, the next step would give them access to some of his financial documents — perhaps including tax returns.

Olympic Gymnast McKayla Maroney Says She Was Molested For Years By ...

Olympic Gymnast McKayla Maroney Says She Was Molested For Years By Team Doctor

Oct. 18
Laurel Wamsley / NPR

The gold medalist says Dr. Larry Nassar claimed he was giving her "medically necessary treatment." She says the abuse began on a team trip when she was 13 years old.

Veterans, Survivors' Groups Try To Shift The Conversation On Condol...

Veterans, Survivors' Groups Try To Shift The Conversation On Condolences

Oct. 18
Camila Domonoske / NPR

"There is the feeling that all of this is diminishing our national character," one support group wrote, as a political debate unfolds over calls to the families of soldiers who died in combat.

For Clues To China's Crackdown On Public Expression, Look To Its Ec...

For Clues To China's Crackdown On Public Expression, Look To Its Economy

Oct. 18
Rob Schmitz / NPR

The Communist Party has become obsessed with maintaining social stability in recent years. Rights advocates say it has to do with the country's unstable economy.

After Equifax Hack, Calls For Big Changes In Credit Reporting Industry

After Equifax Hack, Calls For Big Changes In Credit Reporting Industry

Oct. 18
Chris Arnold / NPR

The largest known theft of Social Security numbers in history has lawmakers, law enforcement and identity theft victims angry. They're calling for better security and other changes in the system.

Pentagon Tightens Vetting For Immigrant Service Members

Pentagon Tightens Vetting For Immigrant Service Members

Oct. 18
Mark Katkov / NPR

Green card holders must now wait for security vetting to be complete before entering military service. Previously, foreign-born enlistees shipped to basic training while vetting was underway.

In New Cookbook, Acclaimed Indian Restaurant Finally Spills Its Sec...

In New Cookbook, Acclaimed Indian Restaurant Finally Spills Its Secrets

Oct. 18
Ari Shapiro / NPR

Rasika, a top eatery in Washington, D.C., is famous for its crispy spinach and modern twists on classic dishes. Now the owner and chef are sharing some of their prized — and adventurous — recipes.

Computer Learns To Play Go At Superhuman Levels 'Without Human Know...

Computer Learns To Play Go At Superhuman Levels 'Without Human Knowledge'

Oct. 18
Merrit Kennedy / NPR

Researchers say they have constructed an AI program that can teach itself to play the ancient strategy game at a level far beyond humans.

A Trump Golf Course Said It Gave Millions To Charity. Here's What T...

A Trump Golf Course Said It Gave Millions To Charity. Here's What The Numbers Say

Oct. 18
Tom Dreisbach / NPR

Trump National Golf Club, Los Angeles, fell far short of its bold claims of philanthropic giving, according to an NPR analysis. The documents are no longer posted on the club's site.