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Toni Morrison, a Nobel laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, meant so much to so many. Listeners honor her legacy by reading their favorite Morrison quotes.
Sarah M. Broom's debut memoir The Yellow House tells the sprawling tale of a family in New Orleans East and the home that was wiped away by Hurricane Katrina. She talks with NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer.
A new investigation finds that Saudi Arabia is behind a disinformation campaign aimed at discrediting its enemies. NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer speaks to the report's researcher of Bellingcat.
Sunday's elections in Guatemala are leaving voters with a choice between two unpopular candidates. It's emblematic of the conditions that are driving thousands of Guatemalans north.
A majority of House Democrats are now calling for an impeachment inquiry into President Trump. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Rep. Judy Chu, D-Calif., about why she decided to add her name to that list.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Simon Fuller and John Downer about their new nature documentary series, Serengeti.
American rapper A$AP Rocky has been released from jail in Sweden after being held in custody for a month on assault charges. Unusually, President Trump sent a hostage negotiator to intervene.
Scott Simon talks with Howard Bryant about the Red Sox and the Yankees battling this weekend, the Astros, and the death of an NFL great that's renewing concern about concussions.
The Philippines is the deadliest country for environmental activists, according to a watchdog group. NPR's Scott Simon speaks to environmental activist Leon Dulce about the violence in that country.
President Trump continued attacks on Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md., this week as Democratic presidential primary candidates stressed their commitments to minority communities.
Once again, economists and retailers warn that the prices customers see in stores might go up in the months ahead.
Karan Nevatia of California shares his Signature Song, "No Scrubs," by TLC.
The Try Guys are four YouTube stars who'll try almost anything, including Scott Simon's job. Keith Habersberger, Ned Fulmer, Zach Kornfeld and Eugene Lee Yang interview author Laura Hillenbrand.
Carl Allamby was a successful car mechanic and small business owner when he decided at the age of 40 to go to medical school. Now a doctor, he talks with host Scott Simon about his experience.
A landmark arms control treaty signed by the U.S. and the Soviet Union three decades ago expired on Friday. The Kremlin and the Trump administration blamed each other for its demise.
A 14-year-old loner named Cindy finds her own maternal figure in Sarah Elaine Smith's first novel, set in the part of rural Pennsylvania where the author grew up.
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California has improved minority representation on city councils by moving from at-large seats to district elections. It's a change that came about because of lawsuits over voter rights.
Puerto Rico's embattled governor stepped down as promised and the Washington insider he chose to succeed him was sworn in. Still, the uncertainty and mistrust lingers.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Molly Ball, national political correspondent for Time magazine, about the week's political developments.
NPR's Scott Simon asks female genital mutilation survivor Maryum Saifee why she wishes Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., had seized on an opportunity to advocate for FGM survivors.