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President Trump signed a sweeping land conservation bill into law on Tuesday, giving the Untied States five new national monuments.
The groundbreaking novel Speak told the story of Melinda, a teen who stopped speaking after a sexual assault. In her poetry memoir, Shout, Anderson opens up about being raped when she was 13.
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The Arkansas-born blues singer looks back on her career and discusses Travelin' Woman, her first album in more than 20 years.
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We look at President Trump's reaction to the attack in Christchurch and how President Trump deals with rebukes from Congress over his policies.
Marc Greenhill, news director at Stuff.co.nz, talks with NPR's Melissa Block about the latest following an attack at two mosques in New Zealand.
The man arrested for the shooting in New Zealand is thought to have been inspired the the Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik. Melissa Block speaks with Åsne Seierstad, who wrote a book about him.
Texas Democrat Beto O'Rourke announced he is running for president. And he is making his first campaign swing through Iowa.
The FAA has ordered airlines to stop flying certain Boeing models after two crashes. Boeing is still making the planes but they're not going to customers and a bottleneck may be brewing.
American Muslims are talking about where to stand and pray in their own mosques in case what happened in New Zealand were to happen here. They're also thinking about how to talk to their children.
NPR's Melissa Block speaks with journalist Mohamed Hassan, a Muslim who grew up in New Zealand, about his reaction to the terrorist attack on mosques in Christchurch that left 49 dead.
NPR's Melissa Block gets the reaction of this year's Iditarod winner, Pete Kaiser. Kaiser is the first musher of Yup'ik descent to win.
W.S. Merwin died Friday at the age of 91. He was one of the United States' most prolific poets — he won the Pulitzer Prize twice.
NPR's Melissa Block speaks with David Wheeler. His son was killed in the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting. Victims' families are suing the manufacturer of the weapon used in the attack.
Paul Manafort was sentenced for the second time, Roger Stone appeared in court and a key investigator is leaving the team.
NPR's Melissa Block asks Robert Evans, who's reported on extremists online, what he noted and what he ignored in the screed posted by the man who claimed responsibility for the New Zealand attacks.
NPR's Scott Simon asks illustrator Veronica Miller Jamison about A Computer Called Katherine, the new illustrated book for young readers about Hidden Figures lead character Katherine Johnson.
NPR's Scott Simon talks about this week's sports headlines with ESPN's Howard Bryant.
Arthur Dubois went viral this week after videos of his trap music beats started circulating. The 72-year-old self-taught music producer talks with NPR's Scott Simon about his newfound fame.
NPR's Scott Simon asks St. John's University law school's Kate Klonick about her assignment asking students to identify strangers in public and what they may learn about obscurity and privacy.
California's landmark privacy law doesn't even go into effect until next year, but already lawmakers are pushing to make it even stronger.