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A tragic death and a surprise retirement are shaking faith in football while upstarts are playing legends in tennis. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with ESPN's Michele Steele.
More than a decade after being arraigned, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and other Sept. 11 defendants have a trial date.
Exports of U.S. dairy products to China have dropped more than 50% because of the trade war. The U.S. is losing out at a time when Chinese consumers are eating more cheese and drinking more milk.
A project that shares medical information from 500,000 volunteers is driving innovative research around the world. The richness of the database means scientists are motivated to make it even better.
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NPR's Scott Simon talks to John Barelli, who ran security at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, about his new book, Stealing the Show: A History of Art and Crime in Six Thefts.
Valerie Harper, best known for playing Rhoda Morgenstern on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, died Friday in Los Angeles. She was 80.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Ellis Hunt, chairman of the Florida Citrus Commission, about preparations for Hurricane Dorian.
NPR's Scott Simon checks in on the economy with U.S. economist Tiffany Wilding of PIMCO investment managers.
"Unwritten" by Natasha Bedingfield was the most-played song on U.S. radio in 2006. Now Bedingfield is out with her fourth album, Roll with Me. She talks with NPR's Scott Simon.
A Syrian playwright wanted to write a love story based on Romeo and Juliet. Set in Damascus. Performed in Arkansas. After a three-year ordeal, the production comes to stage this weekend.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Michelle Mello of Stanford Law School about how legally liable manufacturers and distributors of opioid painkillers can be for abuse of their products.
NPR's Scott Simon asks writer A.J. Jacobs about the history of Labor Day and the labor movement.
Folk musician Joan Shelley talks with Scott Simon about her album Like the River Loves the Sea, a love letter to her home state of Kentucky.
Derry Girls on Netflix is about teenagers in the '90s during The Troubles in Northern Ireland. It's a comedy. Locals in Londonderry love it and they tell us why.
NPR's Scott Simon asks National Association of Hispanic Journalists President Hugo Balta why the organization is refusing a donation from Fox News.
Thirty years ago, 2 million people in the Baltic states made a human chain to demand independence from the Soviet Union. Estonians, Latvians and Lithuanians remembered the chain Friday.
Basketball great Larry Bird is getting tattoo removal, or at least a mural of him is. Bird objected to a depiction of him on an Indianapolis building sporting what looked like multiple tattoos.
Football season is nearly here, and the Cleveland Browns are looking good.
Footwear Distributors & Retailers of America head Matt Priest tells NPR's Scott Simon about his industry's reaction to the trade war with China.