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NPR's Scott Simon asks Rep. David Rouzer, R-N.C., about the effects of Hurricane Florence on the area he represents, including Wilmington.
Days after gas explosions caused fires in 70 homes across three Massachusetts towns, many residents remain in shelters.
Paul Manafort, Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, has turned state's evidence.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with author Sarah Weinman about her new book The Real Lolita. It tells the story of the true events that inspired Vladimir Nabokov's classic novel.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with The Hollywood Reporter's Kim Masters about CBS and the latest updates on ongoing sexual misconduct and bullying allegations there.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to Danielle Cayton of New Bern, N.C., about the effect Tropical Storm Florence has had on her and her loved ones.
More than half of eligible voters skip the ballot box in midterm elections. What would the political effect be if they all showed up?
NPR's Scott Simon marks the 10th anniversary of the failure of Lehman Brothers with former Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., who helped craft post-crisis rules.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Beaufort, N.C., mayor Everette "Rett" Newton about the effects Tropical Storm Florence had on his city.
President Trump sparked controversy while touting hurricane readiness. His former campaign head has pleaded guilty. And there are allegations of sexual misconduct by his Supreme Court nominee.
Tropical Storm Florence continues to dump rain on the Carolinas. Five people have died.
Ugandan politician and musician Bobi Wine says he was tortured by soldiers. He was allowed to come to the U.S. for medical treatment, but says he's going to return to Uganda, despite the risks.
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NPR's Scott Simon sits down with Academy Award-winning actress Emma Thompson. She plays a British judge deciding the fate of a teenage boy in a new movie, The Children Act.
Thousands of insects were stolen from a Philadelphia museum. North Carolina entomologist Bill Reynolds says one place they could end up is the international black market.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Gary Shteyngart about Lake Success, his new novel in which a hedge fund manager chucks it in and flees on a Greyhound bus for a simpler life with his childhood sweetheart.
NPR's Scott Simon talk with Howard Bryant of ESPN about Colin Kaepernick's Nike deal, the start of the NFL season and the conclusion of the U.S. Open.
The BBC is offering a path to mindfulness through a new program featuring natural and ambient sounds.
The Trump administration wants to withdraw from the Flores agreement, a decades-old legal settlement concerning detention of children. Dolly Gee is the federal judge at the heart of the battle.
The search continues for the anonymous author of a New York Times op-ed. NPR's Scott Simon asks Jill Abramson, former executive editor at the Times, what effects it could have on the press.
Anti-government protesters set fire to the Iranian consulate in Basra, Iraq. Security officials say forces guarding the building withdrew to prevent clashes with demonstrators.