FEED - Weekend Edition Saturday
WHA, the oldest public radio station in the country, is digitizing recordings dating to the 1920s as part of a project called "Preserving Rural and Women's Programming on Wisconsin Public Radio."
For the 2020 presidential campaign, diners are out and breweries are in as a favored campaign stop.
The NBA and NHL are in the middle of finals, while the Women's World Cup begins. NPR's Scott Simon talks to ESPN's Howard Bryant.
Huawei has become one of the world's biggest manufacturers of cellphones and high-end telecom equipment. Its rise has come with multiple accusations of technology theft.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Atlantic writer Taylor Lorenz about the phenomenon of teens using AirDrop to share memes and pictures with each other and, sometimes, unwitting strangers.
An NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds that men and women hold similar views on abortion overall, but Republican women are more opposed to abortion rights than Republican men.
The U.S. and Mexico have reached an agreement to avert tariffs that would have hurt Mexican farmers. Farmers who rely on sales to the U.S. say they are tired of being pawns in the political tussle.
When a thoroughbred dies on a Kentucky racetrack, it's almost impossible to learn the circumstances of the death because the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission keeps the information largely secret.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Rooha Haghar of Dallas, Texas, why her high school valedictory address was cut short and what she wanted to say to her classmates.
A new exhibit near the site of the D-Day invasion in Normandy, France, highlights the contributions of female service members and spies.
In Turkey, pressure to control the free press comes in the form of jail time and court proceedings that stretch on and on.
Authors, not publishers, are responsible for the accuracy of nonfiction books. Every now and then a controversy over a high-profile book provokes discussion about whether that policy should change.
Los Angeles-based jazz vocalist Judy Wexler recently released her fifth album, Crowded Heart. Why, in the age of streaming, did she choose to release it solely as a CD?
(Image credit: Jeff Fasano/Courtesy of the artist)
NPR's Bobby Allyn reports from the scene on the latest in the mass shooting, which claimed the lives of 12 people.
NPR's Scott Simon reads the names of the known 12 victims of the mass shooting in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
City officials have named the 12 people killed in a shooting in Virginia Beach, Va., Friday.
A German official said that because of a recent increase in attacks, he couldn't recommend Jews wear the kippah "at every time and place." So daily newspaper Bild ran a do-it-yourself paper kippah.
(Image credit: Jens Meyer/AP)
Lucia Benavides and her mother, Ida, both say that listening to the music of the Beatles at home in Buenos Aires was formative for them.
President Trump's proposed tariffs on nearly all goods coming across the border from Mexico escalate quickly and are expected to push up prices on consumer goods in the U.S.
The NBA Finals have had a surprising start, there are calls for safety nets at MLB games, and the French Open continues.