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The joint North-South Korea women's hockey team takes to the ice for the first time. There's drama, geopolitical intrigue and, oh yeah, a hockey game.
It's a common call as women bid goodbye to each other: "Text me when you get home." And that's the title of Kayleen Schaefer's book about modern female friendship. She talks with Lulu Garcia-Navarro.
Seventeen-year-old Jack Bergeson is one of several teenage candidates for governor in Kansas. He talks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about his platform and why he decided to run.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to New York Times reporter Matthew Rosenberg about his story on the U.S. government's bungled attempt to reclaim stolen cybersecurity weapons from Russian operatives.
In Austin, a political nonprofit is taking a Shark Tank-style approach to finding and training candidates to run for office.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navaro speaks with Democratic strategist Celinda Lake and Republican strategist Alex Vogel about the week's biggest political news.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Ming Ooi, chief strategy officer at review-checking service Fakespot.com, about mystery Amazon packages showing up at the home of a retired Massachusetts couple.
Normally, a presidential budget would be big news. But this time, it's a bit anti-climactic.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and puzzlemaster Will Shortz play this week's puzzle with Michelle Snow of Crown Point, Ind.
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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with University of Oklahoma postdoctoral researcher Eddie Guerras about how his team detected planets outside of our galaxy.
We want to hear from you if you've had a friend or spouse who's been accused of sexual harassment. Have your feelings about them changed? What conversations are you having with or about them?
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Nic Rider, post-doctoral fellow at the University of Minnesota whose research shows more teens in the U.S. are identifying as transgender or gender nonconforming.
Poland has imposed limits on speech about the Holocaust. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Georgetown University's Anna Sommer Schneider, who gives tours of Auschwitz.
Congress' two-year budget deal includes spending increases for the military, domestic programs and disaster relief. But it might also bring back trillion dollar annual deficits.
Emory Rounds III has been tapped to run the Office of Government Ethics. He'll be the agency's first permanent director since Walter Shaub resigned amid conflicts with the Trump White House last July.
NFL viewership has gone down in recent years. There are a lot of theories about the reason for the decline. To help sort it out, we asked listeners why they stopped watching.
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Regine Chassagne of Arcade Fire pays tribute to her Haitian roots with a new Krewe du Kanaval at Mardi Gras this year. The effort is a collaboration with Preservation Hall Jazz band.
Winchester, starring Helen Mirren, is a new and frightening paranormal tale about one of the most haunted houses in America: the Winchester mansion.
An Olympic medal has always eluded the U.S. women's cross-country ski team. But this year it might be different. The U.S. has high hopes to score a win in PyeongChang.
Fox News host Sean Hannity spent weeks hyping the memo and may have influenced the president's decision to release it. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Lachlan Markay of The Daily Beast.