FEED - Weekend Edition Sunday
When Hurricane Harvey hit Texas last year, it flooded Houston. One of the unexpected effects of the storm: many damaged clocks in need of repair.
For much of his career John McCain fought to control unregulated money in politics and helped author the McCain-Feingold reform act.
Weekend Edition puzzle master Will Shortz tries to stump NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and WAMU listener Jeff Zarkin of Burke, Va.
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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with William Oldfield. His book, Inspector Oldfield and the Black Hand Society, is about his great-grandfather's work helping take down an infamous extortion ring.
Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke wants to move the Bureau of Land Management out of Washington, D.C., to the West. Now cities in Western states full of public lands are jockeying to be the new BLM hub.
In some parts of the world, species of fish are becoming depleted. Some restaurants in the U.S. are telling diners where their fish come from. One, in Nashville, is taking it a step further.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is facing an Ebola outbreak. Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Dr. Joseph Fair of the International Medical Corps, who is currently in the DRC.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Democratic strategists Jeff Weaver and Jennifer Palmieri about the direction of the Democratic Party ahead of midterm elections.
At Saturday evening Mass in Pennsylvania, Catholic priests had the opportunity to address from the pulpit accusations of massive clergy sexual abuse.
Aretha Franklin's album Amazing Grace was recorded in 1972 at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in south-central Los Angeles after riots devastated the area.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Ada Limon about The Carrying, Limon's fifth collection of poetry.
In India, a country with almost no sexual education, a 94-year-old man's newspaper column called "Ask the Sexpert" is a leading source of information.
A mountain in Wales has been downgraded to a hill after a new satellite survey.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Rosa Montezuma about being the first indigenous woman to be crowned Miss Panama.
A loophole in Pennsylvania law lets companies drill oil and gas wells in farms and fields where Native American and Colonial artifacts are buried.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters about the reemergence of former Trump advisor Steve Bannon.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks reporter James Fredrick and deported Honduran immigrant John for an update on John's life in Honduras and about his daughter, Marisol, who's still in the U.S.
While President Trump has been attacking the special counsel, Trump's White House counsel granted what is reported to be lengthy voluntary testimony.
An update on the march by white supremacists in Washington D.C.
Retaliatory tariffs on dairy may put dairy farmers in Wisconsin, a state won by Donald Trump in 2016, up for political grabs in this year's midterm elections.
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