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World May 24Gloria Steinem, peace activists cross Demilitarized Zone separating Koreas
Feminist icon Gloria Steinem along with a group of 30 women peace activists crossed the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone that separates North and South Korea on Sunday, in what organizers called a “symbolic act of peace” meant to encourage dialogue…
World May 16Egyptian court sentences ex-president Morsi to death
An Egyptian court sentenced to death deposed president Mohammed Morsi on Saturday for his role in a mass prison break during the 2011 uprising against then-President Hosni Mubarak.
Health May 10Fast food kills gut bacteria that can keep you slim, book claims
Fast food may be unhealthy not only because of its processed ingredients and huge portions -- it can also kill off beneficial gut bacteria that help burn calories, according to new information from a prominent British researcher…
Economy May 10Chinese central bank announces further rate cuts
In an effort to counteract an ongoing economic slowdown, China's central bank cut interest rates for the third time in six months…
World May 09WHO declares Liberia free of Ebola
Following more than a month during which no new Ebola cases were reported in the country, Liberia was officially declared Ebola-free on Saturday by the World Health Organization.
Nation May 03Pentagon sexual assault report shows high rates of perceived retaliation persist
A new Department of Defense report released Friday shows that rates of retaliation against victims remain stubbornly high despite a marked decrease in military sexual assaults and increased reporting of such crimes in the 2014 fiscal year.
Nation May 02Life in Freddie Gray’s childhood neighborhood by the numbers
On NewsHour Weekend Saturday, we bring you “Sandtown by the Numbers,” a special series of reports on life in Sandtown-Winchester, the impoverished Baltimore neighborhood where Freddie Gray grew up and was arrested on April 12.
Nation May 02Report: Capitol Police left guns unattended three times in 2015
U.S. Capitol Police officers have left loaded guns unattended and unsecured at least three times since the beginning of the year.
Nation Apr 19HIV-stricken Indiana county sees uptick in new cases
A southeastern Indiana county at the epicenter of a drug-related HIV crisis has seen a significant uptick in new cases of the virus since it began a temporary needle exchange program more than two weeks ago.
Nation Apr 18S.C. activists demand DOJ probe local police killings since 1994
Civil rights groups in North Charleston, South Carolina have called on the U.S. Department of Justice to launch an investigation into all the fatal officer-involved shootings in Charleston County since 1994.