After a wave of mass protests — and amid a pandemic — the people of Chile go to the polls Sunday for a historic referendum over whether the country should scrap its dictatorship-era constitution and write a new one.
Where can you find accurate news? Life Kit wants to empower you to become a savvy, critical media consumer. This episode has five takeaways that will help you ask important questions to spot fake news and take steps toward correcting misinformation.
At least 18 people are dead — including school children — and more than 57 others wounded after a suicide attack outside an education center in a Kabul neighborhood with a large Shiite community, Afghan officials say.
Efforts to mislead voters are only expected to increase in the days ahead. That's why officials are warning voters to "remain diligent" — and encouraging them to get their information from trusted sources.
A recent poll shows citizens in Taiwan prefer President Trump to win the U.S. election over Joe Biden. His administration's increasing coziness to the island — and actions against China — could be why.
Starfish Gallop With Hundreds of Tubular Feet | KQED
They may look cute and colorful, but starfish are actually voracious predators. To sniff out and capture their prey, they rely on hundreds of water-propelled tube feet, each with a fiercely independent streak.
Fumito Ueda's moody video game, about a young hero wandering a landscape barren of everything except towering giants, originally came out in 2005 — but 15 years on, its loneliness speaks to gamers in 2020.
In most of the country, election officials can start processing mail-in ballots in the weeks before Election Day. But in a handful of states, they can't begin processing them until the actual day of the election.
President Trump's ability to promise to extricate people in his orbit from criminal penalties meant authorities never could put sufficient pressure on them to compel them to truly reveal all they knew, argues former prosecutor Andrew Weissmann.
New Music Friday: The Top 10 Albums Out On Oct. 23 : All Songs Considered
NPR Music's shortlist of the best new albums out on Oct. 23 includes Bruce Springsteen's Letter to You, a new concept record from Gorillaz, the electronic artist known as Actress and more.Featured Albums:1. Gorillaz — Song Machine, Season One: Strange TimezFeatured Song: "The Valley of the Pagans"2. Actress — Karma & DesireFeatured Song: "VVY"3. Songhoy Blues — OptimismeFeatured Song: "Assadja"4. Keaton Henson — MonumentFeatured Song: "Ambulance"5. Junglepussy — JP4Featured Song: "Spiders"6. Bruce Springsteen — Letter to YouFeatured Song: "Ghosts"7. clipping. — Visions of Bodies Being Burned Featured Song: "96 Neve Campbell"8. Raye Zaragoza — Woman in ColorFeatured Song: "The It Girl"9. Laura Veirs — My EchoFeatured Song: "Freedom Feeling"10. Xavier Omär — If You FeelFeatured Song: "Find Me"Other notable Oct. 23 releases: Adrianne Lenker — Songs; Adrianne Lenker — Instrumentals; Ben Harper — Winter is for Lovers; Ela Minus — Acts of Rebellion; The Elwins — The Elwins IV; Fuzz — III; Jeff Tweedy — Love is King; Joel Ross — Who Are You; Luluc — Dreamboat; The Mountain Goats — Getting Into Knives; No Thank You — Embroidered Foliage; PUP — This Place Sucks Ass; Sam Amidon — Sam Amidon; Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings — Just Dropped in to See What Condition My Rendition Was In; TechN9ne — Fear Exodus; This is the Kit — Off Off On.
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