FEED - Weekend Edition Sunday
A series of fires have left at least 25 dead. KQED's Sonja Hutson is near the 'Camp Fire' evacuation zone and gives us the latest updates.
We hear the story of a man who is caught at the intersection of President Trump's many immigration policies over the past two years.
It's been a wild time for President Trump post-midterms. After a combative week with the press, he went to France, where he separated himself further from European allies.
Patricia Mazzei of The New York Times discusses the latest news in the Florida senate and governor's race recount.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Loren Lighthall, principal of Paradise High School. Paradise, California, has been devastated by what's believed to be the most destructive fire in state history.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Weekend Edition Puzzlemaster Will Shortz play a word game with WNYC listener Eileen Appel of New York City.
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Louisiana is one of only two states in the country that allow non-unanimous juries to convict defendants. A ballot measure will be voted on Tuesday that would amend the state's constitution.
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Massachusetts cranberry growers are halfway through the harvest. It's been a good crop, but they're worried about low fruit prices. We visit with one farmer and discuss the struggling industry.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with NASA's Charlie Sobeck. He was the former manager of the Kepler Space Telescope mission and they discuss Kepler's legacy.
Republicans are fighting an uphill battle to hold onto control of the House, but one seat they could pick up is an area in northern Minnesota, where President Trump won in 2016.
Americans will soon determine who controls Congress for the final two years of President Trump's first term. But polling says a large portion of Americans don't think elections are fair.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Artemio Muniz, chairman of the Federation of Hispanic Republicans in Texas, about President Trump's rhetoric on immigration.
Republicans are using four distinct strategies in the midterms to deal with President Trump: running with him, reversing course on the president, keeping him at arm's length, and splitting with him.
Mexico is a land of migration with people coming, people going and people passing through. But attitudes toward the migrant caravan headed toward the U.S. are mixed.
From talk about the immigrant caravan to changing the 14th Amendment, race is a through line shaping our politics, current events and the media.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Ben Hubbard of The New York Times about Saudi Arabia's involvement in Yemen and how the killing of journalist of Jamal Khashoggi is impacting that.
After the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, Israel's right-wing leaders have defended President Trump against charges that his rhetoric encourages anti-Semitism.
It's two days before the midterm elections. The Republican Party has had control of both houses of Congress and yet President Trump's message to voters is about fear — of migrants and the Democrats.
The new movie stars Charlene deGuzman as a woman finding her way back from rock bottom. It's somewhat comedic, but also based on her own condition and recovery.
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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Weekend Edition Puzzlemaster Will Shortz play a word game with WCBE listener J.B. Lawton of Dublin, Ohio.
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