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When he was just a fledgling birdwatcher, Jonathan C. Slaght had a chance encounter with one of the most mysterious birds on Earth. Bigger than any owl he knew, it looked like a small bear with decorative feathers. He snapped a quick photo and shared it with experts who identified the Blakiston’s Fish Owl. Soon he was on a five-year journey, search…
Every year, millions of American renters and homebuyers make decisions about where to live. They have a lot of information to help them make a decision — about everything from schools to public transit to lead paint. But what many never learn, until it's too late, is that their homes are in areas that are increasingly prone to flooding or wildfires…
The US government shared details about two alleged election meddling operations by Iran and Russia this week. The operations initially appear to be smaller-scale than they were in 2016. And we talk about what to expect in the last full week of campaigning. This episode: political reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, voting reporter Miles Parks, election s…
Wildfires are still burning in the West at a time of year when fire activity is supposed to die down. Scientists say it's an example of how climate change is making the fire season longer.NPR
A day after the final presidential debate, Democrat Joe Biden enters the home stretch of the election with a number of socially distant events in key swing states.NPR
The foiled alleged plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer follows months of misogynistic attacks and a legislature casting her as a tyrant. How are residents reacting?NPR
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with musicians and activists Rami Nashashibi and Drea D'Nur about their new album, This Love Thing.NPR
A study done by Illinois Wesleyan University scientists finds nearly half of deer meet processed in central Illinois has fragments of lead shot in it. The story from professors Aaron Schultz Wilson and Given Harper. Plus, a discussion of state finances and how the proposed change in the income tax structure would change them. And there's no sign th…
How do we get information about an event if we aren’t there to witness it? How do we know what the President of the United States said yesterday or what happened at a protest downtown if we weren’t there? We know because others—usually journalists, but increasingly, fellow citizens—witness the events, and record them. This mediated filter is how we…
Over 1.2 million Ohioans have already voted in the Nov. 3 election, both by absentee ballots and in-person early voting at county boards of elections.Howard Wilkinson
The final presidential debate of the 2020 election season was more calm and policy-oriented than the first. But did either candidate change the dynamics of the race?NPR
Sharp political divisions in Wisc., are fueling a culture war over the COVID-19 response. As cases spike, Republicans sue to end public health orders while Trump holds large rallies in the state.Laurel White
Hungarian journalists have created an independent news site, pushing back as Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his allies move to assert control over the media.NPR
The U.S. Secretary of State is holding separate talks with the foreign ministers of Armenia and Azerbaijan in Washington on Friday, in an effort to halt the fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh.NPR
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