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A.J. Jacobs' latest book explains how basically everyone in the world is related to each other. He talks to NPR's Scott Simon about It's All Relative.
Attorneys for Colin Kaepernick are seeking the cellphone records of several NFL team owners in a collusion lawsuit. Scott Simon talks with ESPN senior writer Howard Bryant.
Virginia is one of only two states with gubernatorial elections in 2017. It's a close race, and it's more about getting out each party's base than persuading voters.
For people who love a good romance novel, getting to the steamy moments is a little easier. Audible has launched a feature for some romance audiobooks that lets listeners skip to the "good part."
EPA head Scott Pruitt announced new rules this week barring researchers who've received agency grants from serving on key advisory boards. NPR's Scott Simon talks with professor Peter Thorne.
A Spanish judge has issued an arrest warrant for ousted Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, who fled to Belgium after his regional government was dissolved over its declaration of independence.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Rep. Jackie Speier, Democrat of California, about her legislation to pass mandatory anti-harassment training for staff on Capitol Hill.
Women in politics are starting to call out sexual harassment in state capitols around the country. In Illinois, a bill's being considered that would require lawmakers and staff to undergo training.
Women in politics are starting to call out sexual harassment in state capitols around the country. We hear one woman's story of sexual harassment involving a former Washington state representative.
Allahu akbar is a phrase said by Muslims in prayers and greetings, but has also been yelled by terrorists. Scott Simon speaks with playwright Wajahat Ali about his op-ed, "I Want 'Allahu Akbar' Back."
Jim Tabor is becoming a legend to hikers on the Appalachian Trail. Find one of his carvings along the trail, and you've got the good luck you need to complete the grueling walk from Georgia to Maine.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Quinn Cummings, a former child actress, about her article on Esquire.com about Hollywood's culture of sexual predation and how it's often swept under the rug.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Greg Miller of The Washington Post about the latest developments in the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Insurance will only go so far for those who lost homes and cars in the California fires earlier this month. Many people lost mementos that are irreplaceable.
NPR's Melissa Block talks to Yefon Mbangsi, a chemical engineer in Cameroon, about coming to the U.S. to participate in a State Department program inspired by the film Hidden Figures.
A U.S. trade commission next week will recommend whether to impose tariffs on cheap solar panels from Asia. The industry is divided over whether trade protection would cost jobs or create them.
NPR's Melissa Block talks with Leonard Pickel, who is a haunted house architect. For more than 40 years he's designed and worked on these fear factories.
The Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Dodgers to take two wins over the Dodgers' one win so far in the World Series.
New York Times reporter Lisa Friedman talks with Melissa Block about EPA administrator Scott Pruitt's latest moves to curb his agency's regulations and shift the focus away from climate change.
Investigative reporter Philip Shenon talks with NPR's Melissa Block about the widely touted document dump relating to the JFK assassination, which has left as many questions as answers.