November 28th @ 6:12 PM GMT
NPR They're opposed to a government decision to void the country's largest-denomination banknotes. The government says the move is designed to combat corruption and target the black market. (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 5:57 PM GMT
NPR Since the war on drugs began, some 5,000 people have been killed, 2,000 by police and 3,000 in extrajudicial killings. Reporter Michael Sullivan has been following the war in one Manila neighborhood.<em> </em> (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 5:55 PM GMT
NPR To develop a new variety of kale tailored to American palates, plant researchers are surveying consumer attitudes on the leafy green. The takeaway so far? ''Be less like kale.'' (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 4:05 PM GMT
NPR A spokesperson for the Columbus Fire Department confirmed to NPR that at least nine people have been transported to local hospitals. One of them was said to be in critical condition. (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 3:46 PM GMT
NPR Through the eyes of those who work to make companies ''inclusive,'' the 2016 election suggests two things: Business will pick up, but it won't be business as usual. (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 3:29 PM GMT
NPR The judge in the federal trial of Dylann Roof, who is accused of murdering nine people in the basement of a historically black church, has ruled that the defendant may represent himself in court. (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 3:07 PM GMT
NPR Kolaches have been a Lone Star staple for a long time, and some have even taken on a sausage-and-jalapeo twist. Now their popularity is expanding, with both big and small companies getting onboard. (Top Stories)
November 28th @ 2:26 PM GMT
NPR A new museum in Ramallah features the life and times of the late Palestine Liberation Organization leader Yasser Arafat, from his Nobel Peace Prize to his pistol, glasses and bedroom. (Top Stories)
November 27th @ 10:10 PM GMT
NPR NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro looks at how Cuba is reacting to the death of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro. He died on Friday at the age of 90. (Top Stories)
November 27th @ 4:16 PM GMT
NPR Turkish officers in Brussels say their government is firing them and sending them home. Some are in hiding or seeking asylum, fearing imprisonment or worse. They deny they were part of a coup attempt. (Top Stories)