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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

U.S. : NPR

Republican Wins Final Senate Race Of 2016 In Louisiana Runoff

Republican John Kennedy is headed to the Senate with his runoff victory in Louisiana on Saturday. His victory means the GOP will have a 52-48 edge in the Senate come January.

Trump Attends Army-Navy Game As Black Knights Snap 14-Year Losing Streak

The president-elect appeared to disparage the quality of the storied rival game, telling CBS Sports that, "I don't know if it's necessarily the best football, but it's very good."

Trump Questionnaire Raises Concerns About Retaliation Against Energy Department Staff

A 74-point questionnaire asks for a list of employees who attended conferences on climate change. Legal experts worry if it's an effort to weed out agency environmentalists.

Why Police Shooting Trials Put Juries In A Bind

After a mistrial in the police shooting of Walter Scott, University of South Carolina law professor Seth Stoughton discusses the complications and biases surrounding many police-involved shootings.

Ohio Gov. Kasich Mulling State Abortion Bans

This week Ohio lawmakers passed a ban on abortions after just six weeks of pregnancy. But they also passed a 20-week ban, which the governor may be more likely to sign into law.

Barbershop: Trump Transition Team Tactics And Twitter Etiquette

Radio host Ken Rudin, Washington, D.C. conservative commentator Gayle Trotter, and Farajii Muhammad of WEAA in Baltimore discuss Donald Trump and the week in politics.

Professors Take A Different Approach In Responding To 'Leftist Propaganda' Claims

An online "professor watchlist" claims to expose those who promote "leftist propaganda." University of Notre Dame professor John Duffy and peers asked to have their names added to the list in unity.

CIA Finds Russian Hackers Tried To Help Trump's Election

The CIA has concluded that Russia launched a cyberintelligence operation to influence the U.S. election in an apparent effort to help Donald Trump win, a U.S. official tells NPR.

Trump Supporters to Detractors: 'Pull Up Your Panties' And Stop Whining

Despite skepticism of Trump — and losing the popular vote — his supporters say it's time to move on and trust the president-elect to figure things out. They're willing to give him a very long leash.

Retired Stars Find Assisted Living At The Lillian Booth Home

The Lillian Booth Home in Englewood, N.J., is run by the Actors Fund as both a nursing facility and assisted living. Like the residents, many of the staff come from the entertainment industry.

Economist Says Manufacturing Job Loss Driven By Technology, Not Globalization

NPR's Scott Simon talks to economist Michael Hicks about how most of the manufacturing jobs lost in this country are due to increased use of technology and not outsourcing to foreign countries.

Oakland Warehouse Fire: Despite Warning Signs, City Failed To Intervene

In Oakland, Ca., officials are trying determine the cause of a fire that killed 36 people attending a dance party in a warehouse. A litany of governmental and bureaucratic failures is emerging.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard Introduces Bill To Halt U.S. Arms Supplies To Syrian Allies

Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii introduced the "Stop Arming Terrorists Act" this week. She talks to NPR's Scott Simon about the bill and how it relates to US involvement in Syria.

Strange Calling Error Suggests Reporter Stumbled Upon Cuba Target Of Phone Fraud

When Atlantic reporter Sarah Zhang tried to call Cuba, she got an error message, followed by a recording of War of the Worlds. She tells NPR's Scott Simon, she stumbled into a kind of telecom fraud.

Trump Team Asks Energy Dept. Employees About Involvement In Climate Change Work

The Trump transition team is asking which Department of Energy employees have been involved in climate change talks. A long questionnaire sent to agency employees is raising concerns.

World : NPR

CIA Finds Russian Hackers Tried To Help Trump's Election

The CIA has concluded that Russia launched a cyberintelligence operation to influence the U.S. election in an apparent effort to help Donald Trump win, a U.S. official tells NPR.

Explosions Rock Istanbul Soccer Stadium, Killing 29, Wounding More Than 150

The blasts Saturday night killed at least 29 and wounded about 166 others, according to Turkey's interior minister, who suggested that a car bomb was the source of the explosions.

In Reversal, Gambian President Rejects Loss And Calls For New Election

Longtime President Yahya Jammeh conceded defeat in an election last week. Now, he says there were irregularities in the results and is calling for a new election.

For Female Refugees, Attempt To Escape Is Often Fraught With Sexual Assault

Sarah Giles of Doctors Without Borders spent four months on a search-and-rescue boat in the Mediterranean. She tells NPR's Scott Simon that women refugees are commonly the targets of sexual assault.

At A Makeshift Iraqi Court, Harsh Justice For Those Accused Of Aiding ISIS

Working in difficult circumstances, lawyers and judges do their best to administer justice. NPR was present at a trial of a man accused of repairing ISIS vehicles. He and relatives denied ISIS links.

Austrians' Timely , Unpronouncable, Lengthy Word Of The Year

Austrians have invented a new word to describe delays this year in their presidential election. And that word has 52 — yes 52 — letters.

Strange Calling Error Suggests Reporter Stumbled Upon Cuba Target Of Phone Fraud

When Atlantic reporter Sarah Zhang tried to call Cuba, she got an error message, followed by a recording of War of the Worlds. She tells NPR's Scott Simon, she stumbled into a kind of telecom fraud.

Holocaust Survivors Who Lost Property In Warsaw Have 6 Months To Reclaim It

NPR's Scott Simon talks to Gideon Taylor, chair of operations for the World Jewish Restitution Organization about a new database that helps Holocaust survivors reclaim Warsaw property.

For Austria, A Tough Choice On What To Do With Hitler's Birthplace

Austrian officials want to make sure "nothing would happen there ... that could support Nazi ideology in any way," says a government spokesman. But there's disagreement on how best to proceed.

Opposition Candidate Wins Ghana's Presidential Vote

"It is my duty and my privilege to declare Nana Akufo-Addo as the president elect of Ghana," election commissioner Charlotte Osei said at a news conference.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter Makes Surprise Visit To Afghanistan

"The interests we are pursuing here are clear and enduring," said Carter. President-elect Trump's plans for U.S. involvement in the country aren't known.

U.N. Says Hundreds Of Men Missing After Trying To Escape Aleppo

The United Nations human rights agency says it has reports that hundreds of people attempting to leave rebel-held areas of Aleppo, Syria, have been prevented from doing so by rebel forces. It also says hundreds of men who left have gone missing after reaching regime-controlled areas and are believed to have been imprisoned or killed.

Anti-Doping Report Details Years Of Misconduct Sponsored By Russian State

Attorney Richard McLaren released final details of his investigation into Russian state-sponsored doping on Friday. His earlier report led to more than 100 Russian athletes being banned from the Rio Olympics.

Liver Cancer Is Becoming A Top Killer In Poor Countries

It's one of the cancers highlighted in a new report that looks at the growing number of cases worldwide.

South Korea Impeaches President, But Political Drama Isn't Finished

The president has been suspended from power — but her fate will be decided later by a constitutional court. "Please, let's come together to overcome this crisis," the prime minister pleaded Friday.

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