A government source told the Sunday Times, which obtained the document, that "this is the most realistic assessment of what the public face with no deal."
NPRAccording to a leaked government document, if Britain leaves the EU with no deal, the country would likely face:
• gridlock at ports
• a hard border with Ireland
• shortages of medicine, fuel and food
A memo instructed workers at a Pennsylvania plant to show up at 7 a.m., scan their ID cards and stand for hours through lunch in order to watch a speech by the president.
NPRA memo instructed workers at a Pennsylvania plant to show up at 7 a.m., and stand for hours through lunch in order to watch a speech by President Trump. The alternatives: stay home without pay or use up part of their paid time off.
Meet a changing Mongolia. Rivers are dry. Pastureland is giving way to mines. And wintertime smog obscures the famed blue sky.
NPRMongolia experienced four “dzuds” — winters so extreme that animals cannot survive — between 1999 and 2010.
21 million animals died.
The U.N. now recognizes dzud as a slow-onset natural disaster. n.pr/31GLRMvpic.twitter.com/T5xw8BVnpn
"Never had so much love in my life," Antonio Basco said Friday as countless people, whom he had never met, showered him with hugs, blessings and support.
NPRAntonio Basco's wife of 22 years, Margie Reckard, was killed in the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas. She was his only close family left.
On Friday, hundreds of strangers attended her memorial service –– and supported a man they'd never met.
Dozens of people in the Midwest have been hospitalized with severe lung damage in the past month. It's unclear what exactly is causing the issue but the common link appears to be vaping.
NPRDozens of people in the Midwest have been hospitalized with severe lung damage in the past month.
It's unclear what exactly is causing the issue, but the common link among patients appears to be vaping.
The state's Court of Appeals said officers violated a man's Fourth Amendment rights by conducting a warrantless search of his person, after he was approached in a car that smelled of pot.
NPRIn a unanimous ruling, the state's Court of Appeals said officers violated a man's Fourth Amendment rights by conducting a warrantless search of his person after finding him in a car that smelled like pot.
Prime Minister Imran Khan's ban on plastic bags in the Islamabad area goes into effect on Aug. 14. Environmentalists say it's a good idea — but argue that the plan is flawed.
NPR"God forgive us," a woman says, referring to a pile of trash in Saidpur, Pakistan.
Pakistan consumes tens of billions of single-use bags a year.
For more than a decade, plastic bag bans have failed.
Pakistan officials hope a new ban will finally work.
Long-term flooding along major waterways stranded barges up and down the Mississippi River this summer and caused havoc with river transportation and the economy that depends on it.
NPRThis summer, high water has stranded barges for nearly 3 months on the upper Mississippi River — the longest time in recorded history.
And that's caused problems for businesses and farmers who rely on cheap river deliveries to make money.
The Food and Drug Administration has rolled out a proposed rule to require tobacco companies to include graphic warnings, depicting some of the lesser known health risks of smoking tobacco products.
NPRFor years, Americans have been spared the graphic images of gangrene-infected feet and blackened lungs that often plaster cigarette packs sold elsewhere around the world.
A new rule proposed by the FDA would change that.
"The driver stepped on the gas and revved up and started plowing forward," said a protest organizer. A correctional officer from the facility has been placed on leave.
NPRA man drove a car into a group of peaceful demonstrators protesting ICE policies outside a detention center.
Officials say they've placed a correctional officer on administrative leave pending an investigation.
After a group of hospitals in Michigan implemented opioid prescribing guidelines, surgeons there reduced the number of pills they prescribed by around a third. Nationally numbers are slow to change.
NPRA new study finds that after specific guidelines on pain medications for certain operations were issued in 2017, surgeons reduced the number of pills they prescribed patients by nearly one-third — with no reported drop in patient satisfaction.