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Arizona COVID-19 Town Hall

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Why Do People Hoard Toilet Paper? A Look At Irrational Behaviors In Uncertain Times

Humans, for all their intellectual capacity, are great at making irrational decisions.

Coronavirus Briefings At The White House

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Live Coverage: March 17 Primaries

Follow NPR's live coverage and results of Tuesday's Arizona primary, plus Ohio, Illinois, and Florida.

Watch Live: Trump Coronavirus Press Conference

Stream President Trump's press conference on the coronavirus beginning today at noon.

Democratic Debate: Biden And Sanders Face Off One-On-One

Live analysis and fact-checking from NPR beginning Sunday at 5pm.

Thrift Store Wood Engraving Print Turns Out To Be Salvador Dalí Artwork

It's pretty much the thrift store dream; to find a rare, long lost treasure on a crowded tchotchke shelf, on sale for a bargain price.

Live Coverage: 2020 Super Tuesday

Follow NPR's live coverage of the 2020 Super Tuesday contests, including results and analysis.

Live Coverage: 2020 South Carolina Primaries

Join NPR on the web starting at for the live stream audio and blogging, and the posting of the results, beginning at 5 p.m.

How Warming Winters Are Affecting Everything

Warming winters causing a cascade of unpredictable impacts in communities across the country.

Tonight's Nevada Democratic Debate: Live Updates And Analysis

Democratic presidential candidates are debating once again in Las Vegas, ahead of Saturday's caucuses in Nevada. Follow NPR's live analysis beginning at 7 p.m..

Colorado State University-Pueblo Green Lights 'Rigorous' Cannabis Degree

Educators say this new major was created after students expressed an intense interest in the field.

Polar Express: New Spacecraft Will Explore Elusive Parts Of The Sun

NASA and the European Space Agency are set to launch a joint mission on Sunday to provide the first-ever look at the sun's poles.

Don't Be Like Jeff Bezos. Here's How To Keep Your Phone Safe From Hackers

Research shows that more general-purpose malware aimed at phones that the rest of us use is on the rise.

The New York Public Library Has Calculated Its Most Checked-Out Books Of All Time

"The books on this list have transcended generations and, much like the Library itself, are as relevant today as they were when they first arrived," the library's president said.

California Cities Turn To Hired Hooves To Help Prevent Massive Wildfires

Some California cities are investing in unconventional fire prevention methods, including goats.

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