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Rescue crews have found the body of a one-year-old boy who was swept away by the floodwater. [Read More]
Love, Gilda, explores the life of one of the original SNL cast members, Gilda Radner. NPR's Melissa Block speaks to the director, Lisa D'Apolito, about... [Read More]
At the heart of a case going to the U.S. Supreme Court during its upcoming session is this question: Are there Indian reservations in Oklahoma? [Read More]
Around the country, local election officials are urgently preparing for Nov. 6 by upgrading their systems and improving security. [Read More]
Residents of the Philippines say things aren't as bad as once feared, after being hit by a super typhoon. [Read More]
NPR's Melissa Block speaks with Ruth Mandel, co-founder of the Center for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University, about the differences between 2018 and... [Read More]
Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser could testify next week on Capitol Hill. It will be a big moment for President Trump, who's made... [Read More]
"The language of type can be immensely clarifying," says author Merve Emre. In The Personality Brokers she describes how a mother-daughter duo started a multi-million... [Read More]
Two days after the disaster, which left more than 200 people dead, divers pulled a man from inside the vessel. He reportedly locked himself in... [Read More]
This week on The Best of Car Talk, Beryl won custody of her husband's old Mercedes in their divorce. She loves the car, but may... [Read More]
That state is experimenting with allowing service members deployed overseas to vote using an app on their smartphone. But there are some big security concerns... [Read More]
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NPR's Scott Simon talks to Howard Bryant of and ESPN The Magazine about Boston's win, Cleveland's first win in two years, a mid-game NFL... [Read More]
In the first of three debates, Republican Sen. Ted Cruz confronted challenger Democrat Beto O'Rourke Friday night in Dallas. They'll face off again Sept. 30... [Read More]
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's path to confirmation hit a roadblock after allegations of sexual assault decades ago. The Senate Judiciary Committee wants Christine Blasey... [Read More]
The non-profit in Brooklyn functions as performance space, record label and artist incubator. Despite its small size, it has a foundation with a $450,000 fund... [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Ashley Toliver about her collection of poems entitled Spectra. It examines the writer's experiences with relationships, giving birth and living... [Read More]
What's behind these seismic shifts? Analysts point to major beverage makers' interest in the industry — and investors' hopes for Canada's upcoming legalization of marijuana. [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon talks to former NASA investigator Joe Gutheinz about his quest to track down missing moon rocks brought back to Earth by the... [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Jan Egeland, senior adviser to the U.N., to understand the latest deal agreed to that would avert a looming military... [Read More]
A rhinoceros born and raised in San Diego is getting used to a new home in Tanzania. The eastern black rhino is one of about... [Read More]
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