Religious scholar Bart Ehrman says that the early spread of Christianity transformed the entire history of the West — for better or worse. His new book is The Triumph Of Christianity.
20.03.2018 17:04
Most of the Chinese space lab, the size of a city bus, will burn up in the atmosphere, but some debris may survive re-entry.
20.03.2018 16:51
A long-term spending bill has been delayed over partisan squabbling about unrelated measures, including health care, immigration and gun control.
20.03.2018 16:46
Senators released a list of recommendations Tuesday that included an urgent call to give states more money and information to improve their elections.
20.03.2018 16:25
Investigators spent months searching for the owner of the elaborate treehouse hidden in a national forest near Seattle.
20.03.2018 16:23
Under the legislation, abortions would be prohibited even in cases of rape, incest or danger to a woman's life.
20.03.2018 15:47
Centrist Democratic Rep. Dan Lipinski is battling a progressive challenger to avoid being the first incumbent to lose in 2018, as Democrats put up big numbers of candidates and donations.
20.03.2018 15:01
Togo ranked last in 2015's World Happiness Report. This year, it moved up 17 spots — the most improved country in the world. What's the perspective from the ground?
20.03.2018 13:41
Two students were injured when another student opened fire at Great Mills High School, according to the St. Mary's County sheriff. The shooter was confirmed dead after being taken to a hospital.
20.03.2018 13:26
Also: Saudi Arabia's controversial Crown Prince meets President Trump today; Congress must pass a spending bill or the government faces a partial shutdown; and the last male Northern white rhino dies.
20.03.2018 13:25
See how a tick sinks its hooks into a human for a long meal. And find out the best way to remove it.
20.03.2018 13:04
The steady drop is expected to accelerate in coming years, threatening the much-lauded model through which the U.S. has paid for conservation.
20.03.2018 10:31
Police also found a second suspicious package in the FedEx system Tuesday. In the past week, Austin police have received 1,257 calls about suspicious packages.
20.03.2018 10:20
French officials have been investigating claims that former President Nicolas Sarkozy took 50 million euros from the Libyan regime to fund his successful 2007 presidential bid.
20.03.2018 09:49
Britain's information minister has demanded access to the company's servers. Meanwhile, a British media report details Alexander Nix discussing employing dirty tactics against political opponents.
20.03.2018 09:44



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It was created as a result of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 and established a cooperation of non-commercial radio stations.

The connected stations are legally and financially independent. CEO is the journalist Jarl Mohn.

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