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The Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum in St. Louis burned in a massive fire on Tuesday. But firefighters were able to save many of the priceless documents inside. Kerry Manderbach is the director.
Nora McInerny is the author of It's Okay to Laugh and host of the popular podcast Terrible, Thanks for Asking. NPR's Scott Simon talks with McInerny about her new memoir, No Happy Endings.
Oregon passed a law to become the first state in the country to institute rent control statewide. Progressives love the idea, but housing advocates say it won't solve the housing affordability crisis.
The U.S. and Syrian-Kurdish forces have driven ISIS out of Syria. Now, tens of thousands of the women and children — the families of ISIS fighters — are in an overcrowded, remote camp in Syria.
Goerke, who's singing in the current Metropolitan Opera Ring cycle, overcame a vocal crisis to become one of today's leading dramatic sopranos.
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Algerians gathered for the country's largest protests yet against President Bouteflika's bid to run again for a fifth term.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., about the situation in Venezuela and the end of the Mueller investigation.
With the Mueller investigation behind him, President Trump has had a renewed focus on policy, from health care to Venezuela.
Remembering Michel Bacos, a French pilot who served in World War II and bravely remained behind with Jewish passengers when his 1976 commercial flight was hijacked by Palestinian and German terrorists
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Boeing is currently working on a software fix for its troubled 737 Max jetliner but the challenge for the company is not just to fix the plane's behavior, it also needs to factor in human behavior.
The greetings investors are giving initial public offerings from Lyft and Levi Strauss demonstrate what Wall Street values and what it does not.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, D-Ill., about the end of the special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with the Virginia Republican about the Russia investigation.
The Delaware Democrat speaks with NPR's Scott Simon about the special counsel's investigation into Russian interference.
In his essay this week, NPR's Scott Simon writes about how an increased focus on analytics has slowed down the pace of baseball.
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The U.S.-backed Syrian Defense Forces say they have defeated ISIS in the town of Baghouz, ISIS' last remaining territory.
In a move that marks the end of an era, destruction of the country's last chemical weapons stockpile starts this summer in Kentucky. It comes after years of debate over how to do it safely.
Poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti turns 100 Sunday. NPR's Scott Simon reads his poem, "I Am Waiting."
NPR's Scott Simon asks former Watergate assistant prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks what answers she's expecting from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with ESPN's Howard Bryant about the week in sports.