Recent research and anecdotes suggest people are testing negative on rapid tests even after they have symptoms, then later testing positive. Here's what researchers think is going on.
An investigation finds one apartment complex in Clayton County has filed more evictions against tenants than any other landlord across metro Atlanta — including during the federal government's pandemic eviction ban that was designed to keep people in their homes and stem the spread of COVID-19.
The phone number — 1-800-232-0233 — follows the launch earlier this week of a federal website to order the tests.
An investigation finds that one apartment complex in Clayton County has filed more evictions against tenants than any other landlord across metro Atlanta -- even during the federal government's pandemic eviction ban that was designed to keep people in their homes and stem the spread of COVID-19.
He allegedly wrote a graphic Craigslist post about killing three officials and harming law enforcement families. The case is the first brought by the Justice Department's election threats task force.
Team USA's opening ceremony uniforms for the Beijing Olympics include some sneaky new warming technology. The jackets were unveiled Thursday by official outfitter Ralph Lauren.
Biden is considering sending up to 5,000 troops to Eastern European countries, including Romania and Poland, a U.S. official told NPR. Russia has stationed 100,000 troops near Ukraine.
Citing a "continued threat of Russian military action," the U.S. State Department also authorized the voluntary departure of nonessential embassy employees at its embassy in Kyiv.
Friday on Political Rewind: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has called for a grand jury to investigate former President Donald Trump's attempts to meddle in the 2020 election. Plus, A fiery gubernatorial election drives the Republican primary to hot-button issues.
Thursday on Political Rewind: President Joe Biden faced a series of daunting challenges since taking office one year ago, including a dramatic resurgence of the coronavirus and a unified GOP Senate minority determined to block the president’s agenda. Plus, former Sen. David Perdue is calling for a new police unit to monitor state elections, based on his continuing lies about massive election fraud costing Donald Trump the state in 2020.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The fight to pass a federal voting rights law is now taking center stage in the U.S. Senate. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp and David Perdue are trading charges of illegal campaign fundraising activities.
January is the first month since July 2021 that more than 36 million families in the U.S. did not receive money from the expanded child tax credit program. For some, the consequences are already dire.
Georgia recently has set records in numbers of infections reported daily. The current surge, ignited by the Omicron variant, has generated an extraordinary spread of the disease, Dr. Kathleen Toomey, Georgia’s Public Health commissioner, told state lawmakers earlier Thursday.
Tickets may be easier and cheaper to get for the plays that are still open. Some producers reopened until the virus raced through the cast and crew. Future productions are hard to see on the horizon.
Imani Perry discusses what it meant to write a book about her own home, and why the South is so important to comprehend the rest of the nation.
The British government named Murayev as one of Russia's top picks to lead Ukraine were it to invade the country. Murayev, a critic of Ukraine's pro-Western government, has dismissed the claim.
Ethical investing is popular with many Americans. But what is it exactly? NPR's Life Kit it breaks down.
A new report in The Lancet finds that in 2019, antibiotic-resistant bacteria killed 1.2 million people — more than were killed by malaria or HIV/AIDS. The problem is mounting in lower-income nations.
Wilson played rhythm guitar for The Ventures, which with over 100 million records sold, was the best-selling instrumental band of all time.
Students will have to wear "well-fitting, non-cloth masks with a nose wire." Employees will have to wear surgical grade masks or higher.