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Definition of Research:

  • inquire into; "the students had to research the history of the Second World War for their history project"; "He searched for information on his relatives on the web"; "Scientists are exploring the nature of consciousness"
  • systematic investigation to establish facts
  • attempt to find out in a systematically and scientific manner; "The student researched the history of that word"
  • inquiry: a search for knowledge; "their pottery deserves more research than it has received"

Definition of information:

  • a message received and understood
  • data: a collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn; "statistical data"
  • knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction
  • (communication theory) a numerical measure of the uncertainty of an outcome; "the signal contained thousands of bits of information"
  • formal accusation of a crime
       Definitions by: WordNet Search

National : NPR

Justice Department Asks SCOTUS To Reverse Court Ruling Protecting DREAMers

After a federal judge blocked the Trump administration from ending DACA, the Justice Department is asking the Supreme Court to bypass the usual appeal process and hear its case this term.

USA Gymnastics Severs Ties To Karoyli Ranch Where Olympians Say They Were Abused

Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles, who is competing in the 2020 Tokyo games, said on Monday it would break her heart to return to the training facility where she says she was abused.

Former Wisconsin Officer, Acquitted In Fatal Shooting, Takes Sexual Assault Plea Deal

Last June, a jury found Dominique Heaggan-Brown not guilty of first-degree reckless homicide. Thursday, he accepted a plea deal in an unrelated case.

USA Gymnastics Says They Will No Longer Use The Karolyi Ranch Training Center

On Thursday, USA Gymnastics announced they will stop using the Karolyi Ranch — the site of many of the atrocities committed against Olympians by Larry Nassar, the team's former doctor.

What's The Best Way To Help Refugees Land A Job?

Stanford University's Immigration Policy Lab has created an algorithm to predict where a refugee has the best chance of finding employment.

Baltimore Schools' Heating Crisis A 'Day Of Reckoning' For The City And State

After heating problems left some students in 40-degree classrooms, city and school leaders, there's plenty of baggage and blame to go around.

'This Is Depraved Conduct': Couple Charged With Torture After Kids Found Shackled

Their 13 children, who range from 2 years old to 29, allegedly suffered years of brutal abuse. Now, the Southern California parents could face life in prison. Officials have released new details.

'Portlandia' Is Ending, And Portlanders Are OK With That

The TV show's early sketches lovingly skewered the city's progressive optimism and "Keep Portland Weird" mindset. It was an image Portlanders embraced, then struggled with.

More States Turning To Toll Roads To Raise Cash For Infrastructure

Tight budgets and shrinking infrastructure money from Washington, have more states are hiking tolls and adding tollways to raise money to fix and repair roads and bridges.

Roger Severino Discusses The HHS Division Of Conscience And Religious Freedom

NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Roger Severino about the new Department of Health and Human Services Division of Conscience and Religious Freedom, which is intended to protect people from discrimination if they refuse to participate in health services, against their beliefs.

Google's Art Selfie App Offers A Lesson In Biometric Privacy Laws In U.S.

Google's popular art selfie feature isn't available in Illinois or Texas. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Matthew Kluger, a law professor at NorthwesternUniversity, about how biometric privacy laws are affecting tech companies in certain states.

The History Of Government Shutdowns In The U.S.

The is not the first time Congress has had little time left to find a deal to prevent a government shutdown. But what lessons were learned from previous government shutdown showdowns? Who has the power, who gets the blame, and what does the history of these confrontations tell us about this current situation?

How Trump's Inauguration Speech Compares To His First Year In Office

Donald Trump's inauguration speech may be remembered for his description of "American carnage." But one year later, we look at how good of a roadmap it was for his first year as president.

What's Really The Biggest Threat To The Coal Industry

President Trump has talked about a war on coal. He also talks about job killing regulations on coal. He's right that the coal industry is in decline, but the biggest threat isn't regulation, it's the free market.

Trump Voters In Pennsylvania Say They Are Pleased With Presidency So Far

Voters in rural Pennsylvania were crucial to electing President Trump. A year after he took office, they are mostly pleased with how Trump has executed his presidency.

World : NPR

New Zealand's Prime Minister To Take A Baby Break

Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's youngest prime minister in 150 years, will become only the second female leader to give birth in the modern age.

What's The Best Way To Help Refugees Land A Job?

Stanford University's Immigration Policy Lab has created an algorithm to predict where a refugee has the best chance of finding employment.

The World's Most Popular Liquor Becomes Scarce On Many Shelves

At 106 proof, China's famous Moutai baijiu liquor is getting hard to find, as bottles are being snatched up by speculators. Its brand parent recently became the world's most valuable distiller.

Drone Used To Save 2 Teens Caught In Dangerous Australian Waves

The full rescue was caught on the drone's camera as it flew out over crashing surf, dropped a floating device and hovered over the boys as they swam to shore.

In Italy, #MeToo Falters Amid Public Scorn

Italian actress Asia Argento was one of the first to go public with accusations against Harvey Weinstein. But in Italy, "the culture of support for women is nonexistent," says an Italian screenwriter.

India Tests Long-Range Missile, Lauding 'Major Boost' To Military Capability

The intercontinental ballistic missile has a range of some 3,100 miles. Its launch Thursday comes at a particularly fraught time in India's relationship with neighbors Pakistan and China.

'12 Strong': When The Afghan War Looked Like A Quick, Stirring Victory

Many Americans may be weary of the war in Afghanistan. But a new movie is betting big on the true story of Green Berets on horseback who made the early days of the fight look deceptively easy.

2017 Among Warmest Years On Record

The planet's global surface temperature last year was the second warmest since 1880, NASA says. Scientists say the five warmest years on record have been since 2010.

This Man Has Freed Hundreds Of Yazidis Captured By ISIS. Thousands Remain Missing

His phone rarely stops ringing. Most calls and messages are from other Yazidis in Iraq's Kurdistan region, asking for help to find their relatives. Others are from people threatening to kill him.

China Reports Its Fastest Economic Growth In 7 Years

China's economy, the second-largest in the world, grew by 6.9 percent in 2017. It's the first time since 2010 that the speed of China's economic growth went up rather than edging down.

Russian Athletes Withdraw From Competition When Drug Testers Arrive

More than 30 athletes who were to compete at the Siberian Indoor Championships last weekend suddenly pulled out of the event claiming various illnesses.

Apple Plans To Create 20,000 Jobs And Build New Campus

Apple says it's bringing billions of dollars back to the U.S. and using it to build a new campus and create 20,000 jobs. Analysts say the announcement is a mix of politics and economics.

Pet Blessing In Spain

Catholics are celebrating the Feast of San Anton this week. He's known as the patron saint of animals, and in Spain the fiesta ends with people bringing their pets to be blessed in church.

Tillerson Says U.S. To Stay In Syria Indefinitely

Secretary of State Tillerson says the U.S. will keep a military presence in Syria for the foreseeable future. Cleveland State University's Milena Sterio tells David Greene about the legal issues.

Kelly Says Trump Now Believes Border Wall Is Unnecessary

The chief of staff says that candidate Trump was not "fully informed" on border issues and that he's persuaded the president that the wall is not needed.

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