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Dr. Moncef Slaoui, chief adviser to the administration’s effort to develop a COVID-19 vaccine, said having a vaccine by next month was “not impossible.” But a longer timetable appears more likely.
Florida and Texas reported their biggest daily rise in new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the past few days as deaths in the U.S. continue to rise.
Mississippi state lawmakers voted to remove and redesign the 126-year-old state flag, which includes the Confederate battle emblem. The governor said he will sign the measure.
Mississippi state lawmakers cleared the path for legislation to remove and redesign the 126-year-old state flag, which includes the Confederate battle emblem. The governor said he will sign it.
Lori Lightfoot says contracts with the city’s police union have been “a significant problem and challenge in getting the reforms necessary.”
Hundreds of NPR readers recounted their first memory of a news event. These are some of their stories.
People across the U.S. wrote NPR with their stories of street harassment, and from Alaska to New York, there were a whole lotta “Hey baby"s and “Hi beautiful"s.
Sick of your crowded neighborhood pool? A new study shows there might be quite a bit of water on a more isolated place — the moon.
Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., remains in critical condition after being shot Wednesday during a morning baseball practice.
Why are millennials so dedicated to self-care, while their parents are considerably more averse to the phenomenon?