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The veteran journalist, who died on Tuesday at 75, was one of NPR's "Founding Mothers." Roberts' funeral was held Saturday morning at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle in Washington, D.C.

A new study found investors were significantly more likely to bet a company's stock price was going to increase if the company had more women on staff compared with other companies.

"Podunk" is supposed to be bleak and isolated. But there are a few things that people who use the term might not know. For one, it really exists. For another, its history predates the United States.

"We know it's happening. We need change. We demand better," an 11-year-old girl says at a march in Thailand. The rallies call for net zero carbon emissions and other changes.

Chinese intelligence officers like to use the professional social network — in which people often accept pings from strangers — to recruit sources within the U.S. government.

The revelation of the photo comes as Trudeau is launching his reelection bid. "I'm pissed off at myself, I'm disappointed in myself," he said.

The U.S. and Saudi Arabia claim Iran is behind the attack. Iran denies involvement. Here's what the physical evidence shows.

After more than $10 million of renovations, which include a new security screening facility and elevator, the Washington Monument reopens to tourists on Thursday.

This season, baseball stadium chefs have gotten creative with over-the-top hot dogs and brats. At Phoenix's Chase Field, fans can try them topped with everything from tater tots to mac and cheese.

Type 1 diabetes can be well managed with insulin if blood sugar is consistently monitored. But insurance rules can make it hard for patients to get the medical supplies their doctors say they need.