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Italy is set to usher in its first far-right government since World War II. Military-age men flee Russia after a partial mobilization is enacted. Later today NASA is going to try to move an asteroid.
NASA is getting ready to give an asteroid a little push, in a test intended to ready Earth's defenses against a potential asteroid approach.
Military-age men continue to flee Russia after President Putin ordered the country's first mobilization since WWII. Many are arriving in Istanbul, where they can travel without a visa.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks to Morning Edition's poet-in-resident Kwame Alexander about his new Young Adult book: The Door of No Return.
The CIA rarely seeks publicity, but has opened up a bit as it marks its anniversary. Director William Burns told the inaugural podcast that he wanted to 'demystify' some of the agency's work.
Residents-only policies at many of the nation's town-owned beaches mean low-income people and people of color have less access to the shore.
A growing number of schools have adopted an evidence-based approach to preventing campus violence. (Story first aired on All Things Considered on June 1, 2022.)
The border between Colombia and Venezuela officially reopens to trade Monday. But what does it mean for Venezuelans who might be trying to leave their country?
The White House is convening a day-long conference on nutrition and hunger this week to review new proposals for tackling food insecurity and diet-related chronic disease.
Jim Metzner's life work has been to document the sounds of the globe. Now, his archives have been acquired by the Library of Congress.