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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

Barbershop: The Ghosts Of Detroit's Past

Journalists Lester Graham and Rochelle Riley, along with Detroit's chief storyteller Aaron Foley, join host Michel Martin to break down the story of Detroit's renewal, decades after the 1967 uprising.

Before 'The Blind Pig' Raid, What Sparked The Detroit Uprising

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Congressman John Conyers Jr. about his role in the 1967 Detroit Uprising, and what its legacy on the city is today.

Kathryn Bigelow's 'Detroit' Revisits An American Tragedy: The Algiers Motel Incident

During the Detroit riots, three young black men were killed by white police officers at the Algiers Motel. The year was 1967, but Bigelow says, "It feels very much like it's today."

Detroit Postcard: Empty Promises Post Rebellion

Pat Watts of Detroit was 16 years old during the uprising of 1967. She reflects on the fears she felt at that time. What started as a rebellion for equality became unfulfilled promises by leaders.

The Week In Politics: Spicer Is Out; Scaramucci Is In

It's been a busy week in politics: Sean Spicer steps down as White House spokesperson; investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia continues with new leads, and it was Made In America week.

In Detroit, A Colorful Mural Stands As A Reminder Of The City's 'Segregation Wall'

Detroit's Birwood Wall is now decorated with murals — children playing, Detroit Tigers, people of all races living in harmony. But when this wall was built in the 1940s, integration was not the goal.

U.S. Soldier In Hawaii Is Indicted On Charges Of Supporting ISIS

Army Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Erik Kang is accused of sharing secret information and supplying gear, such as a GoPro drone, to undercover FBI agents he believed were affiliated with ISIS.

NAACP Holds First Trump-Era Convention With New Interim Leader

The nation's oldest civil rights group is facing questions about its leadership and next steps under Trump as it opens its annual meeting in Baltimore. The group's president recently stepped down.

'Nobody Kill Anybody': Working For A Pause In Baltimore's Violence

NPR's Scott Simon talks to Erricka Bridgeford about the 72-hour "cease-fire" she is trying to organize for Baltimore in August. She hopes the city can go three days without violence.

Health Insurance CEO On Expanding Coverage

NPR's Scott Simon talks with Michael Neidorff, CEO of the health insurance company Centene Corporation, which has expanded coverage on the insurance marketplace even as other insurers have withdrawn.

A Look At Anthony Scaramucci

Following a shake-up in the White House communications staff, the new boss is a combative New York financier, businessman and lawyer Anthony Scaramucci.

Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Most Won't Get It

GOP efforts to repeal the ACA are still in flux, and there's more talk now of trying to work out bipartisan fixes for Obamacare. But most suggested remedies won't fix the problems in remote regions.

John McCain's 2008 Concession Speech

After John McCain's cancer was announced, many people heaped praise on the senator. McCain gave a moving concession speech the night he lost the presidency to Barack Obama in 2008.

Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns After Shooting

The police chief in Minneapolis has resigned amid continuing questions about the fatal shooting by a police officer of a woman who had called 911 to report a possible crime.

Robert Graham On His Possible Primary Challenge To Sen. Jeff Flake

President Trump has been reportedly hunting for primary challengers for his Republican critics. Scott Simon talks with Robert Graham, a potential primary challenger for Sen. Jeff Flake in Arizona.

World : NPR

House And Senate Reach Deal On Sanctions For Russia, Iran And North Korea

The sanctions would punish three countries; the bill also aims to prevent President Trump from relaxing sanctions without lawmakers' consent. A House vote is expected on Tuesday.

Fate Of Poland's Supreme Court Is Now In President's Hands, Despite Protests

The U.S. State Department issued a statement urging all sides "to ensure that any judicial reform does not violate Poland's constitution."

U.S. Airstrike Kills Afghan Police Members; More Than A Dozen Killed

The strike hit Afghans who were in a compound that local media describe as a security outpost in a village that had come under attack.

Millions At Risk Of Starvation And Most Americans Don't Know

NPR's Scott Simon talks with David Miliband, CEO of the International Rescue Committee about near-famine conditions in Africa and the Middle East, and what Americans know about the crises.

Sharing Resources Across Countries To Fight Wildfires

Fires are burning in British Columbia. Scott Simon talks to Alan Goodwin of the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council, a program that shares firefighters with other countries.

U.S. Intercepts Reportedly Contradict Attorney General On Russia Contacts

The Washington Post reports that spy agencies intercepted communications involving Russia's U.S. ambassador that suggest he and Sessions discussed campaign matters during mid-2016 meetings.

Al-Qaida Suspect Appears In Federal Court In Pennsylvania

Ali Charaf Damache is the first terrorism-related suspect to be sent to the U.S. since President Trump took office.

Rwanda Works To Ban Sale Of Second Hand Clothes Within 2 Years

Rwanda is pushing through a plan to ban second hand clothes within two years. The government says it's about "dignity," but the plan threatens trade with the U.S. and a central part of poor people's lives.

3 Palestinians Killed In Violent Clashes With Israelis Near Jerusalem Religious Site

In a day of intensifying violence, three Palestinians were killed during a wave of clashes with Israeli forces. Later a Palestinian stabbed to death three Israelis in a West Bank Jewish settlement.

After Otto Warmbier's Death, U.S. Plans To Ban Travel To North Korea

The move comes after the death of American Otto Warmbier, who spent a year and a half in a North Korean jail only to return home in a coma.

Iraqi Kurds Schedule Independence Referendum For September

In September, Iraqi Kurds have scheduled an independence referendum. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Joost Hiltermann of the International Crisis Group about the prospects for Kurdish independence.

In Putin's Russia, An 'Adhocracy' Marked By Ambiguity And Plausible Deniability

Donald Trump Jr. found his meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya a waste of time, but her approach fits into a larger pattern of freelance political activity that has come to characterize Putin's Russia.

Xanda, Son Of Cecil The Lion, Also Killed

A trophy hunter shot and killed the 6-year-old lion near Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, near where his father was killed two years ago.

Salvador Dalí's Remains Exhumed, Revealing A Perfectly Arranged Mustache

When the late Spanish painter was exhumed for a paternity suit, experts discovered his distinctive mustache had kept its shape. "Checking it was a very exciting moment," says the head of his estate.

Deadly Earthquake Strikes Greece And Turkey

The powerful quake left at least two people dead on the Greek resort island of Kos during peak tourist season.

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