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A large number of African-American military veterans were murdered by lynching after returning from war. An annual re-enactment of a lynching in Alabama tells one such story.
Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks co-wrote an op-ed saying there should be an FBI inquiry into the accusations of Christine Blasey Ford. She talks with NPR's Rachel Martin.
Hong Kong-based airline Cathay Pacific treated one of its airplanes to a new paint job this week, but the painters forgot to put the "f" in Pacific, spelling Cathay Paciic on the side.
The Delaware DMV has now set up "Safe Selfie Zones" at motor vehicle offices. You stand in front of a colorful backdrop that says "Look who's driving now," and you keep the license out of sight.
South Korea has really fast Internet. And really good tech. That's a really big problem when it comes to men who surreptitiously record women in all sorts of public places.
A white police officer in Chicago is on trail for murder — after he shot and killed Laquan McDonald, a 17-year-old black teen, in 2014.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Caitlin Flanagan, who wrote in The Atlantic about being sexually assaulted in high school by a boy who later apologized.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is moving forward with a hearing Monday on sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Also, a look at public health after the hurricane.
After Florence, homeowners will rely on insurance to rebuild. But as climate change exacerbates natural disasters, there are questions over who will bear the brunt of bills in the future.
Arthur Mitchell was the founding director of the Dance Theater of Harlem, the country's first black ballet company. He died Wednesday at the age of 84.
The storm that hit the Philippines has caused millions of dollars' worth of damage in the country's rice-producing region. Farmers in one submerged community are working to salvage what they can.
Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee say they want to hear from Christine Blasey Ford — and have given her a number of options to make that happen.
Commentator Cokie Roberts answers listener questions and talks with NPR's Steve Inskeep about the history of natural disasters and politics.
The allegation of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh comes in the final weeks of an intense midterm campaign that's expected to be largely decided by women in suburbs.
Aerial views of parts of North Carolina show whole buildings, including industrial livestock farms, inundated. Steve Inskeep talks with Kemp Burdette of Cape Fear River Watch.
It's been a year since Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico. Though many buildings have been repaired, and the power is on in every part of the island, it's clear the storm provoked lasting change.
One of the most important figures in the history of filmmaking never made a film. Langlois created the Cinémathèque Française, where he preserved and exhibited movies from many countries and eras.
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On Wednesday President Donald Trump said Christine Blasey Ford should accept the Senate Judiciary Committee's invitation to testify to discuss her sexual abuse allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
The trade war between Washington and Beijing has dealt a big blow to American soybean farmers, who depend heavily on the Chinese market.
Carrie Severino of the conservative organization the Judicial Crisis Network tells Steve Inskeep why her group stands by Judge Brett Kavanaugh after he was accused of a sexual assault decades ago.