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"As soon as the journalists were able to work, everything that I had been trying to do was validated," says the former NSA contractor.
The U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, was hit by indirect rocket fire Wednesday morning, officials say. NPR's Sean Carberry reports for our Newscast unit that no one was injured.
In his first Christmas Eve Mass as pontiff, Pope Francis spoke of Jesus as an infant in keeping with the first months of his papacy that have been dedicated to the most vulnerable in society.
St. Vincent de Paul volunteers were able to find almost everything that was desired. "We couldn’t find a green Power Ranger suit or a blue Power Ranger suit."
On this program, three stories are presented that each offer a different side of the Christmas experience, as well as a hilarious poem by humorist Calvin Trillin.
NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command) has been tracking Santa for almost 60 years, but is using modern technology to engage children.
The holiday classic is performed by reporters from throughout the Alaska Public Radio Network.
The Pentagon has announced it is sending 150 U.S. Marines to Africa, for a possible mission to evacuate Americans in South Sudan.
Mikhail Kalashnikov, whose name will forever be connected to one of the world's most popular and deadly weapons, has died, according to news reports from Russia.