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The jackpot is so big that billboards in Texas and around the country have to advertise the price as $999 million because they're not built to show billions.
The Dept. of Veterans Affairs is creating the largest collection of genetic material in history. Their goal? A database that could change how doctors treat patients.
Hundreds of criminal complaints have been filed over robberies and sexual assaults on New Year's Eve. The assailants were identified by police as "Arab or North African" in appearance.
A nuclear-capable B-52 flew an hour south of Seoul over Osan Air Base in a show of force. Tensions have been high since North Korea's recent nuclear test.
Doctors Without Borders says at least four people died and 10 were injured when a projectile hit a hospital in Yemen on Sunday morning.
Aid convoys are expected to arrive Monday. Meanwhile, an airstrike in Idlib has killed dozens, and Syria has announced it is willing to join peace talks with the opposition.
Many Palestinian stabbing attacks against Israelis have come from the West Bank city of Hebron. One activist is urging his fellow Palestinians to find other ways to oppose Israel.
On Saturday, militants drove government-owned vehicles and heavy equipment around the compound, saying the trucks and backhoes now belong to the local community.
Turkey's army and Kurdish factions are battling regularly in the southeast part of the country, displacing thousands.
The record-breaking powerball prize rose to new heights this afternoon. But did you know Americans spent more than $70 billion on the lottery last year?
Fans and foes want the news media to label the armed individuals who are occupying part of a national wildlife refuge. NPR is trying to describe, rather than characterize. Here's our thinking.
Officials said the man shot to death Thursday wore a fake explosive vest and threatened officers at the entrance of a police station.
The Burns Paiute tribe is demanding that the anti-federalist militants leave its ancestral lands. Paiute legend says the tribe has lived in this area since "before the Cascade Mountains were formed."
Saudi foreign minister Adel Al-Jubeir said Sunday that Iranian diplomatic personnel had 48 hours to leave the country and Saudi diplomatic personnel in Iran were being called home.
The repeal makes it harder to find out where the animal that your beef or pork came from was born, raised and slaughtered.
The execution threatens to further damage Sunni-Shiite relations in a struggle playing out across the Middle East between Saudi Arabia and Iran.