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Though it was not part of the last Olympics, olive oil wrestling is the national sport of Turkey, where an annual tournament has been held since 1346, making it the oldest continuously running, sanctioned sporting competition in the world.
NPR's Juana Summers speaks with author kids' book writer Celia C. Pérez about her new book, Tumble. In her work, Pérez writes to challenge assumptions about what it means to grow up Latino.
The state of Washington is implementing the first-in-the-nation emergency alert system for missing Native Americans. It allows authorities to issue public alerts quickly to help locate those missing.
Motion Picture Academy officials have apologized to Sacheen Littlefeather for abuse she was subjected to when she declined an Academy Award on behalf of Marlon Brando in 1973.
Tuesday, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation officially declared the Lower Colorado River Basin has hit a "Tier 2" shortage, triggering new cuts in water usage for Arizona, Nevada and Mexico.
The Jan. 6 committee has been uncovering what led up to the insurrection, but lurking beneath the hearings is a sometimes unspoken reason — race and the loss of white power.
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Jade Kearney, CEO and cofounder of She Matters, a digital platform aimed at addressing disparities in postpartum healthcare for Black mothers.
The Food and Drug Administration announced that hearing aids, which typically need a prescription, will be available over the counter — making them more accessible and affordable, activists say.
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