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Monica Castillo of the website Cherry Picks tells NPR's Sarah McCammon why she thinks it's good that the rebooted One Day at a Time has been renewed for a fourth season.
NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with Adrian Enscoe, Sydney Shepherd and Regina Strayhorn, members of the band Bandits on the Run and stand-out entrants in this year's Tiny Desk Contest.
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As the rural town of Fort Scott, Kan., grapples with the closure of its hospital, cancer patients bear a heavy burden. They now have to go elsewhere for treatments they used to get locally.
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Democratic candidates are trying to clarify positions they took during this week's debates while also capitalizing on any momentum they received.
When fireworks go off in the vicinity of birds, the results can be fatal. Stick to commercial shows, experts say.
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Boston's Suffolk Downs racetrack, once a hugely popular venue for a nationally beloved sport, is marking the end of an era as it hosts its last live horse race ever.
The Women's World Cup is underway, while top tennis players are about to meet at Wimbledon.
An immigration policy known as "metering" is under scrutiny after the publication of a shocking photograph showing two migrants who drowned, Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez and his daughter Valeria.
WorldPride is taking place in New York City this weekend. Millions of visitors are commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Inn raid and riots that ushered in the LGBTQ rights movement.
NPR's Sarah McCammon asks Democratic strategists Sarada Peri and Eddie Vale who the Democratic candidates were trying to appeal to in this week's debates.
The U.S. will hold off another round of tariffs on Chinese goods. The two countries agreed to restart trade talks after President Trump and Chinese President Xi met during the G-20 summit in Japan.
The sinking of a Filipino fishing boat by a Chinese trawler has led to outcry in the Philippines and raised alarm over whether China is ramping up claims to disputed waters.
NPR's Sarah McCammon talks with Professor Jamie Gates of Point Loma Nazarene University about the fact and fiction surrounding human trafficking across the Southern U.S. border.
NPR's Sarah McCammon speaks with Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News about the Democratic presidential candidates' health care policies.
The U.S. has advanced to the semifinals of the Women's World Cup after a thrilling 2-1 victory over host country France. It was the most anticipated game of the tournament so far.
The Supreme Court has weighed in on the census citizenship question but the battle between the administration and critics of the hotly contested question isn't over yet.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Himesh Patel, who stars in the new movie Yesterday, which imagines a world in which no one knows The Beatles, except one man.
Chanelle Benz's new novel is a story that swells with Mississippi swelter, blood oaths, old grudges, conspiracy theories and everlasting mysteries. Scott Simon talks with her about the book.
Joe Biden's reaction to criticism of once working with segregationists highlights the complicated politics of race. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Robin DiAngelo, author of White Fragility.
Democratic presidential candidates attended a major event last night for South Carolina Democrats, a fish fry held by Rep. Jim Clyburn. He's defended Joe Biden's recent comments about segregationists.