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One of the most common statistics that comes up when discussing plastic straw waste comes from a study conducted by a 9-year-old. NPR's Korva Coleman speaks with Milo Cress, now 17.
NPR's Korva Coleman speaks with Chris Pratt, operations general manager at Mid Continent Nail Corporation in Missouri about company layoffs as a result of President Trump's tariffs on steel.
Human rights advocates argue that immigrants in detention along the border are being held in conditions that violate basic standards. One family relates the situation under which they were detained.
American rider Lawson Craddock broke his shoulder blade in the first stage of the Tour de France. But he hasn't given up.
Pakistan heads to general elections on Wednesday. But voters are polarized and extremist groups are openly campaigning, despite pressure on Pakistan to crack down on militant organizations.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and puzzle master Will Shortz play the puzzle this week with Tom Roberts of Narragansett, R.I.
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We'd like to take a moment to bid farewell to someone who — even though you may not know it — shapes what you hear on Weekend Edition.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Rob Reiner and Joey Hartstone about their new film Shock and Awe, which tells the story of Knight-Ridder journalists who reported the run-up to the Iraq War.
Forbes predicts Kylie Jenner will be a billionaire by the time she turns 21. Natalie Robehmed wrote about Jenner, and tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about the product that built her empire: Lip Kits.
In California alone, hate crimes against Latinos have increased by more than 50 percent since 2016. The administration's immigration crackdown and the president's rhetoric may help explain the spike.
Abbott's new thriller Give Me Your Hand is set partly in a scientific lab studying a severe form of PMS — she says she's fascinated by "this sort of idea that the female body is monstrous."
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Presidents Trump and Putin will sit down for a private meeting in Helsinki Monday. There's no stated agenda,
Hundreds of demonstrators have died in protests against the authoritarian rule of President Daniel Ortega. Most recently two student protesters were killed.
Bereft of hope and opportunity, youth in Brazil's poorer regions are part of a growing multitude in traditionally Catholic Latin America who are turning either to the evangelical Church, or to bars.
Families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border are beginning to be reunited. In Seattle, a Honduran mother got to see her son for the first time in nearly two months.
Misha Glenny, author of McMafia, joins NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro to talk about how Russia uses cyberwarfare to undermine and destabilize Western governments.
It's time for the 2018 World Cup final between France and Croatia. Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to David Henry Sterry, co-author of The Glorious World Cup: A Fanatic's Guide, about what to expect.
After the Supreme Court declined to make a decision about whether partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional, the issue is becoming a campaign issue for Democrats around the country.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Scott Dobroski, employment trends analyst at Glassdoor, and Dawn Fay, of recruiting agency Robert Half, about underemployment.
Who should get to be an American? That's one of the questions NPR and research firm Ipsos asked in a new poll.