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Civil rights groups are suing the secretary of state, who is also the Republican candidate for governor, after tens of thousands of voter applications were held up. Most are from African-Americans.
The Florida Panhandle is coping with historic damage to homes and businesses after Hurricane Michael struck.
Turkish authorities arrested the American pastor after the failed coup in 2016. President Trump made the cause a key issue in his administration's dealings with Turkey.
President Trump's rally came after nearly a week of good news, including Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the Supreme Court and the release of U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson from Turkish custody.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., member of the Foreign Relations Committee, about Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance and what it could mean for U.S.-Saudi relations.
Simon talks with Simons about his career in Los Angeles, including his work on shows like "America's Got Talent," and having such similar names.
NPR's Scott Simon recalls the life of Taliaferro, who died this week at a nursing home in Mason, Ohio. He was 91.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Kiese Laymon about his relationship with his mother as well as his addiction to food and gambling. Both are documented in his new book, "Heavy: An American Memoir."
Football is a way of life in many small towns. But as some populations shrink, teams are forced to also shrink. Reporter Emily Russell looks at the growth of small-squad high school football.
Reporter Monica Ortiz Uribe talks about recently announced plans by the federal government to expand a tent camp for unaccompanied migrant children in Tornillo, Texas.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl has been accused of covering up sex abuse scandals during his tenure in Pittsburgh. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with a Catholic who still believes in God but questions the church.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Peter Weller about his career in art, from playing the titular character in 1987's RoboCop to getting a doctorate in art history.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Howard Bryant of ESPN.com and ESPN the magazine about the American League playoffs in baseball.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with typography lecturer Stephen Banham of RMIT University about a new font he helped develop to assist people in remembering what they've read.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Kayla Wilson, in Washington this week protesting Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, about her feelings now that he's all but assured to be confirmed.
In the fight to take the last land held by ISIS, U.S. forces in Syria are supporting local Kurds and Arabs who face hardened fighters amid roads and houses seeded with bombs.
Brett Kavanaugh secured enough votes for his confirmation to the Supreme Court and the Senate is expected to narrowly approve him Saturday. The bitter political fight shifts now to the midterms.
The few U.S. senators who appeared to waver on confirming Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court have made their feelings known.
This week the New York public library and the Boston public library made a friendly wager over baseball.
Bloomberg reported that Chinese government operatives planted minuscule microchips into servers created by an American company called Supermicro, whose products are used by Amazon and Apple.