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NPR's Scott Simon speaks with ESPN's Howard Bryant about the tensions between Draymond Green and Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors.
80 years ago a group of Catholic priests got together to denounce the night of mass anti-semitic violence in Germany known as "Kristallnacht" live on the radio.
The ancient site of Babylon in Iraq has undergone a lot of damage in recent years but archeologists hope it will still get special status.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with fire survivor Karen Reimus whose house burnt down in San Diego in 2001. She will be volunteering at a local assistance shelter to help survivors of the wildfires.
A New York Times investigation that ran this week found Facebook failed to counter Russian interference it knew about in the 2016 election. We speak with Rhode Island Congressman David Cicilline.
Democrat Stacey Abrams said there was no path to victory in her race against Republican Brian Kemp for Georgia governor. She says Kemp deliberately suppressed her supporters at the polls.
NPR's Scott Simon talks about the latest tensions between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi with former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Robert Jordan.
The midterm elections have slowly begun to take shape... and Senior Washington Correspondent Ron Elving thinks they hold lessons for both the GOP and the Democrats.
NPR's Scott Simon looks at unique Thanksgiving stuffing recipes from different U.S. regions.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Nigerian author Oyinkan Braithwaite about her new book, "My Sister, the Serial Killer."
In 2016, members of the Rhoden family were killed in their homes in rural Ohio. This week four members of a different family were charged with aggravated murder.
Writer William Goldman died this week — he had an outsized influence on films, and the way we talk to each other. Scott Simon remembers the screenwriting giant.
California wildfires will likely make premiums go up over time and the cost of insurance could become an important factor in home purchases.
The freshman congressional class of 2019 went to Washington, D.C., for a whirlwind orientation, and will begin facing some major questions, like who to support for House Speaker.
The United Kingdom is looking anything but united these days. The country is in political crisis over the country's decision to leave the EU, and the prime minister's plan to achieve that goal.
Scott Simon speaks with Linsday Harris of the American Immigration Lawyers Association about the Trump administration's new rule to deny migrants who enter the U.S. illegally from seeking asylum.
This week Freed of London released its new line of ballet shoes for dancers of color. We hear from black professional and student ballerinas about what this news means to them.
Glory Edim loves to read and talk about what she is reading. So she started the 'Well Read Black Girl' book club that became a national phenomenon.
Under Venezuela's authoritarian President Nicolas Maduro, free press in the South American nation has been stifled. But one young website called Armando.info is recognized for challenging that.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with ESPN's Howard Bryant about the start of the NBA season and the lack of breakout teams in the NFL.