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NPR's Scott Simon asks brothers Mark and Jay Duplass about working together as filmmakers and about their new book, Like Brothers.
Boston played Philadelphia and Toronto played Cleveland in last night's NBA semifinals while the Kentucky Derby is Saturday.
A Connecticut court has reversed Michael Skakel's murder conviction and ordered a new trial.
NPR's Scott Simon asks campaign finance consultant Matthew Sanderson about the legal issues facing President Trump in regards to payments made to Stormy Daniels.
The U.S. sent a delegation of economic advisers to China in an attempt to avert trade war. NPR's Scott Simon asks economist Philip Levy of Northwestern University about the complex negotiations.
A new church is rising in Sutherland Springs, Texas, six months after a gunman killed more than two dozen worshippers and left the small community struggling.
Gun control advocates are protesting in Dallas, responding to Friday's addresses by President Trump and Vice President Pence at the NRA convention in town.
The Trump administration could be trumpeting good employment news and progress with North Korea but it keeps stepping on its tail as it responds to the president's legal problems.
Harlem Renaissance star Zora Neale Hurston is the author of a book only now being published. It's called Barracoon and it spent more than 60 years accessible only to academics.
The Anacostia River in Washington, D.C., has long been one of the most polluted in the country. Now the river is getting much cleaner and attracting development that not everyone is welcoming.
In his book The Heritage, Howard Bryant makes the case that black athletes carry a heritage of activism and tells NPR's Scott Simon why some fans have a hard time with that.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Bill Browder, a vocal critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, about U.S.-Russian relations.
Session drummer Dave Tull has played with the likes of Chuck Mangione, Maynard Ferguson and Barbra Streisand, but he breaks out on his own with a new album, Texting and Driving.
Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel returns to Broadway for the first time in more than two decades. NPR's Scott Simon talks to opera star Renée Fleming, who has two showstoppers in the musical.
ESPN's Howard Bryant joins Scott Simon to talk about the biggest sports stories of the week.
A new trauma center is opening in Chicago — the first time in 27 years the city's South Side will have a Level 1 adult trauma center. But there's resentment it's taken so long.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks to transplant surgeon Dr. Dorry Segev about why the current system of organ allocation can be a death sentence for some patients.
Was Bill Cosby's conviction a victory for the #MeToo Movement? NPR's Scott Simon speaks with lawyer Carrie Goldberg about how the movement has potentially changed the courtroom.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spent his first full day on the job at a NATO meeting in Brussels. Over the weekend, he heads to Saudi Arabia and Israel.
The leaders of North and South Korea met for a historic summit Friday. NPR's Scott Simon discusses the meeting with Frank Aum, a North Korea expert with the United States Institute of Peace.