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My wife and I quit our jobs to sail the Caribbean

Jan 23, 2023 There's another universe not far from land.

NASA's Webb telescope has discovered its first exoplanet

Jan 12, 2023 An exoplanet is any planet that is outside of our solar system

Episode 349: Exploring the University of Arizona campus arboretum

Jan 6, 2023 Bringing the stories of cacti, shrubs, and saplings to the U of A from around the world.

WATCH LIVE: Ukrainian President Zelenskyy visits Washington to speak with Biden, address Congress

Dec 21, 2022 Watch Ukrainian President Zelenskyy address Congress beginning at 5:30pm.

There's a shortage of vets to treat farm animals. Pandemic pets are partly to blame

Dec 20, 2022 For decades, farmers have endured a shortage of rural veterinarians, but the problem is now at an all-time high.

Hollywood's famous, aging mountain lion has been captured by authorities. Now what?

Dec 13, 2022 A famous mountain lion known as the "Hollywood Cat" is being evaluated by wildlife officials after exhibiting signs of distress, including killing a leashed dog in a residential neighborhood.

A new writer tweeted about a low book signing turnout, and famous authors commiserated

Dec 6, 2022 Nearly 40 people had RSVP'd to Chelsea Banning's first official book signing at an Ohio bookstore on Saturday.

We asked, you answered: What precious object is part of your family history?

Nov 14, 2022 What's one precious belonging you brought along on your journey to remind you of home?

NPR Election Coverage Liveblog

Nov 8, 2022 Read and listen to live coverage from the NPR newsroom of the 2022 midterm elections.

Preventing wildfire with the Wild Horse Fire Brigade

Oct 31, 2022 Like a growing number of people in the American West, naturalist William Simpson is intimately familiar with wildfire.

'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' won't be on TV this year. Here's how to watch

Oct 18, 2022 Watching 'It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown' has been an iconic Halloween experience for generations of viewers.

Jan. 6 Committee hearings - Day 9

Oct 13, 2022 Thursday, October 13

U.S. Senate Debate

Oct 6, 2022 Watch the October 6, 2022 debate between U.S. Senate candidates from Arizona.

After years of waiting, rare turtles have bred 41 hatchlings at the San Diego Zoo

Oct 4, 2022 In a first for North America, an endangered species of turtles has bred at the San Diego Zoo.

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