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Central American immigrant families are already arriving at the border. Due to lack of room, ICE is releasing many migrant detainees and counting on nonprofits to house and help the migrants.
We look at the role polling has played during the election season — especially since there have been fewer polls this time around.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Washington Post economics columnist Steven Pearlstein about the state of the economy ahead of the midterm elections.
In his essay this week, NPR's Scott Simon reflects on his time spent covering the war in Bosnia and what we might learn now.
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The Pulitzer Prize winner and former Poet Laureate has a new collection out, called Monument, that takes on American history, personal history, and the lives that history and poetry often overlook.
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The Trump administration is poised to reimpose sanctions on Iran this Monday. Tehran has been abiding by the nuclear deal, but some warn that it could fall apart in the face of renewed sanctions.
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"Horror music can fall into a trap of trying to be dark for the sake of it," the Radiohead frontman says. "There's lots of different ways to make something terrifying."
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Streisand speaks with Scott Simon about crafting her new album, Walls, as a reaction to the Trump administration.
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There is an active shooter situation near a Synagogue in Pittsburgh. NPR's Scott Simon tells us more.
NPR's Scott Simon gives us updates regarding the latest with the shooting in Pittsburgh at a local synagogue.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Lucy Perkins to get the latest on a shooting that took place in a local synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pa.
There are multiple casualties at a Pittsburgh synagogue after a shooter opened fire. Three officers have been shot. A suspect is in custody.
We have a sports roundup, including the epic Game 3 of the World Series, which set a record for its length.
In this vicious election climate, TV and social media are filled with — surprise, surprise — negative ads! Bowdoin College political science professor Michael Franz talks with NPR's Scott Simon.
In anticipation of Halloween, NPR's Scott Simon speaks with writer A.J. Jacobs about instances throughout history of people who just couldn't stay dead.
NPR's Scott Simon tells the story of one sea lion who delighted people on its short waddle through San Diego.
We check in with labor activists in northeastern Ohio who were stung by President Trump's victory in the state two years ago. This year, labor hopes to bring union members back into the fold.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Cristian, a Salvadoran migrant traveling with a caravan in Mexico toward the U.S., about his journey and President Trump's efforts to limit asylum seekers like him.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says if the U.S. withdraws from the INF Treaty and deploys missiles in Europe, Russia will have to respond by targeting the countries hosting those weapons.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Yale law professor Stephen Carter about the state of America and its politics.