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An Iraqi man looks back on seven decades in the city of Mosul, recalling the times of turmoil and horror but also savoring the city's better days.
In Michigan, several Muslim candidates will be on the ballot in Tuesday's primary elections. BuzzFeed's Hannah Allam talks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about their campaigns.
Former pro football star Terrell Owens was inducted into the Hall of Fame Saturday. But Owens, who is known to be outspoken and controversial, chose not to attend the ceremony.
The NRA's attorneys claimed that the group is in financial peril and could be forced to shut down some or all of its operations.
Republican donor Dan Eberhart is troubled that the billionaire Kochs may be pulling back on some Republican campaign financial support. He talks with Lulu Garcia-Navarro.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Slate writer Christina Cauterucci about the reaction to allegations against CBS CEO Les Moonves.
Lourdes Ashley Hunter of the Trans Women of Color Collective talks with Lulu Garcia-Navarro about a Facebook account that was taken down for "inauthentic behavior."
David Smilde of the Washington Office on Latin America talks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about what the Venezuelan government says was an assassination attempt on the president on Saturday.
Regina Phillips, director of the Lincolnville Museum, an African-American history center in St. Augustine, Fla., talks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about how to add context to Confederate monuments.
President Trump and his national security team have made statements at odds with each other.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and puzzle master Will Shortz play the puzzle this week with Matt Pallai of Denver, Colo.
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In fire-torn parts of the West, some people who are now safe struggle mightily when they again smell smoke or see an orange haze in the sky. That's normal, say therapists. And you can quench the fear.
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Boy transfers from Bible college. Boy meets girl. Girl joins a cult. Boy tries to save girl. NPR's Renee Montagne talks to R.O. Kwon about her first novel, The Incendiaries.
Zimbabwe is holding its first elections since the ouster of President Robert Mugabe. The main challenger to his ruling party is a candidate who was barely born at the beginning of Mugabe's rule.
A photo of a female duck leading 76 ducklings went viral. Renee Montagne speaks with Dave Rave, a wildlife manager for the Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources, to find out what's happening.
A political career was once regarded as fine preparation for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. But that was long ago. What's changed?
NPR's Renee Montagne talks to Stephanie Schriock of Emily's List about the Democratic Party's strategy heading into this year's elections.
Desmond Rossi says Theodore McCarrick, who just resigned as a Catholic cardinal, sexually harassed him. NPR's Renee Montagne asks Rossi for his reaction to McCarrick's resignation.
Renee Montagne talks with a father separated at the U.S. border from his daughter when they fled gang violence in Honduras. He was deported and his daughter was sent to a detention center.
Elena Santizo was released from an immigration detention center this week just in time to meet the court-imposed deadline. Her destination after release was Tennessee to be reunited with her family.