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The winners of the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards will brighten your day

Nov 19, 2021 The Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards have been unearthing hilarious and heartwarming photos of creatures basically being their best selves since 2015.

Rep. Gosar is censured over an anime video showing him killing AOC

Nov 17, 2021 The vote was mostly along party lines.

NPR books editor Petra Mayer has died

Nov 15, 2021 Petra Mayer, a beloved books editor on NPR's Culture desk, died on Saturday.

In Jupiter's swirling Great Red Spot, NASA spacecraft finds hidden depths

Nov 9, 2021 Jupiter is well-known for being the biggest planet in our solar system, and it's also home to the biggest storm.

Watch: Former Secretary of State Colin Powell's funeral service

Nov 5, 2021 Former Secretary of State Colin Powell's funeral is being held at the Washington National Cathedral

50 years ago, 'The Electric Company' used comedy to boost kids' reading skills

Oct 25, 2021 The Electric Company's target audience was elementary school students who were too old for Sesame Street but still needed help learning to read.

Drone Photo Award winners capture a dizzyingly fantastic view of the world

Oct 13, 2021 The awards, in their fourth year, received entries from 105 countries and 2,900 professional and amateur photographers.

If You Love Potatoes, Tomatoes Or Chocolate Thank Indigenous Latin American Cultures

Sep 30, 2021 As the country celebrates all things Latino, we think it's time to show some culinary appreciation for some of the tastiest foods indigenous to Latin America.

Scientists Say They Could Bring Back Woolly Mammoths. But Maybe They Shouldn't

Sep 15, 2021 Using recovered DNA to "genetically resurrect" an extinct species may be moving closer to reality .

Saturday, September 11: Watch Live: A Day of Remembrances And Reflection: 20 Years After 9/11

Sep 10, 2021 Coverage begins Saturday, September 11 at 5 a.m.

Her Brother Died On Flight 93. She Still Sees Him Surfacing In Small Ways

Sep 7, 2021 Richard Guadagno's memory is scattered through his sister Lori's house two decades after his death.

What We Know About The 13 U.S. Service Members Killed In The Kabul Attack

Aug 30, 2021 The U.S. Department of Defense on Saturday released the names of the 13 service members killed in Thursday's attack at the airport in Kabul

The Buzz returns Friday at 8:30 am on NPR 89.1

Aug 19, 2021 The Buzz returns with a look a the numbers being reported at our southern border.

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