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Non-Fiction is being billed as a comedy of adultery in the publishing industry. But it poses some serious questions about the effects of the digital age on all of us.
The logo for the Washington Nationals baseball team might look familiar even if you don't follow the team. Especially if you shop at Walgreens.
NPR's Scott Simon and Howard Bryant of ESPN talk NBA and NHL playoffs, as well as discuss the politics of team celebrations at the White House.
Magicians in New England are mourning the end of an era. A beloved Massachusetts magic store has closed its doors. For years, it was a place to trade tricks and swap stories.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with licensed professional counselor Melissa Glaser about her advice for parents and students on students fighting back during a school shooting.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Andy Dallwitz, a business owner in St. Charles County, Mo., about the recent flooding there.
Trade talks between the U.S. and China ended Friday with no agreement. But both sides said the negotiations were constructive. The U.S. imposed higher tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports.
Two-humped Bactrian camels were domesticated thousands of years ago to carry goods and people across Asia. One festival in Mongolia annually celebrates this gentle giant.
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The comedian and former talk show host's new book is a collection of essays about what he's learned over decades of being a bouncer, a drummer, a TV personality — and a recovering alcoholic.
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NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Dan DiMicco, a former senior trade adviser to Donald Trump in 2016, about the president's trade policies, including his use of tariffs.
A 9-year-old who attended a performance of "Masonic Funeral Music" at the Boston Symphony Hall last Sunday expressed his exuberance at the end.
Prosecutors have charged executives at the biggest telecom company in France with "moral harassment." Labor advocates say the work environment was so hostile, it was the reason for worker suicides.
This week, the U.N. issued the summary of a report warning of unprecedented declines in biodiversity. Scott Simon makes the case for humankind to assume responsibility for protecting the vulnerable.
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Now 88 years old, Cuba's musical matriarch wants to perform for audiences until she dies. "What I have left to live for is smiles," Portuondo says.
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning author and historian says there are lessons from the Revolution that hold true even today, 244 years after the shot heard 'round the world.
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Chronic wasting disease is an illness that's spreading in deer, elk and moose and there are at least three bills being considered at the national level to provide funds to research and fight it.
CBS censored a segment of The Good Fight because of a critical segment that took aim at Chinese censorship. NPR's Scott Simon spoke with Steve Angel, the animator of the segment.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Pierre Vimont of Carnegie Europe about how European countries should approach Iran's latest announcement that it would resume some nuclear activities it had halted earlier.
Another week of standoffs between the executive and legislative branches.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with professional writer W.M. Akers about his debut novel, Westside.