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Iranian Nuclear Deal

Iran's foreign minister says that his country isn't worried about newly elected U.S. President Donald Trump.

News Bytes 01/23/2017 0
It's Official: President Donald J. Trump

At noon on January 20, 2017, the United States of America witnessed the transfer of power in its highest office.

News Bytes 01/20/2017 22
A Tale of Two Inaugurations

One inauguration has been planned for months, with a global spotlight and a capital setting.

News Bytes 01/20/2017 11
Italian Earthquakes and Avalanche

Four strong earthquakes shook central Italy in the space of an hour Wednesday.

News Bytes 01/19/2017 6
Polio in Pakistan

Just last January, Pakistani officials announced that polio had been eliminated in their country.

News Bytes 01/19/2017 7
Wet Feet, Dry Feet—Now What?

As President Barack Obama’s second term ends, the President is making last changes. He is establishing national monuments.

News Bytes 01/18/2017 8
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Mud Room 01/02/2017
Puerto Rican Native Toads Make Comeback

A plane traveling to Puerto Rico carried more than 4,000 passengers. But these weren’t people.

Explain IT 01/02/2017
A New Museum for Lady Liberty

Give me your tired, your poor,

Pie in the Sky 01/02/2017
Solar Roadways

Imagine all the sidewalks, interstates, and bike trails in the United States covered in glass.

Law N' Order 01/02/2017
Capitalism to Socialism: Shifting Views in America

The results are sobering! An October report from the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation tracked U.S.

Time Traveler 01/02/2017
What about the Whydah Gally?

Imagine a dark April night in 1717. Several ships sail toward Cape Cod. Suddenly, thick fog envelops the fleet. A Nor’easter rises.

People Mover 01/02/2017
The Bear Snuggler

Jim Kowalczik gives bear hugs—to real bears.

Globe Trek 01/02/2017
Jordan's Airborne Monuments Men

The helicopter door opens. Robert Bewley leans out, hundreds of feet above a Roman ruin near Amman, Jordan.

Ka-Ching 01/02/2017
Africa Mobile Money

Ivan Kiryowa is nervous. He’s waiting for money from a friend. He checks his phone frequently.

Taste Test 01/02/2017
Shakespeare Folio Exhibit

Could it be the world’s most famous misprint?

Pop Smart 01/02/2017
Animal Cafes: From Mere Cats to Meerkats

Long ago, most city shopkeepers kept a “shop cat” in stores. The cat had a job: catching mice and rats.

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