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After the recent shooting at University of North Carolina, Charlotte, NPR's Scott Simon reflects on how common school shootings have become in the United States.
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A grassroots drive to preserve a historic building in downtown Atlanta is highlighting the city's somewhat forgotten role in early country music.
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Mosques around the U.S. are taking security seriously in the aftermath of the New Zealand massacres and other attacks on houses of worship.
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Yogi Berra's son, Dale Berra, speaks about his new book, My Dad, Yogi: A Memoir of Family and Baseball, with NPR's Scott Simon.
NPR's Scott Simon asks journalist Blake Sobczak of E&E News about his reporting on a "cyber event" that impacted grid networks in California, Utah and Wyoming.
In Richmond, Va., a new museum will give a more inclusive and expansive view of the Civil War –– telling the history and stories of women, African Americans, Native Americans and more.
The Portland Trail Blazers defeated the Denver Nuggets 140-137 after playing four overtime periods. That hasn't happened since Dwight D. Eisenhower was president.
Werner Trei, 71, is in hospice care in Colorado. He was given numerous awards for helping save 100 Vietnamese civilians when he was a U.S. Army Ranger. Before he dies, he'd like to be a U.S. citizen.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Hilary Valdez, a nurse who wrote in after our last Bill of the Month story. She tells us about how high medical bills can affect nurses' relationships with patients.
Before the Supreme Court affirmed Trump's travel ban, Brian and Mehraneh fell in love. Now he lives in New Jersey, and she's in Iran, and they're trying to figure out a way to be together.
More than two years after Thailand's king died, his crown prince son is having his coronation in Bangkok. The new monarch is a 66-year-old former military pilot who is already asserting his authority.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Fernando Cutz, a Latin American expert with the Wilson Center, about the U.S.'s role in Venezuela.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to former federal prosecutor Elliot Williams about what's next in the fight between the House and Attorney General William Barr over his handling of the Mueller report.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to the esteemed Dr. Ruth Westheimer about the new Hulu documentary, Ask Dr. Ruth, about her early life and rise to fame.
Saturday marks the 145th running of the Kentucky Derby in Louisville. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Los Angeles Times reporter Kurtis Lee about some of the unknown history behind the legendary race.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Dr. Seth Riley, a wildlife ecologist for the National Park Service. They discuss how the 2018 Woolsey Fire has impacted wildlife in southern California.
Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains, made in the early 1980s, inspired many of the early members of the underground feminist punk movement.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Saudi activist Manal al-Sharif. She drove across the U.S. to bring attention to the state of women's rights in Saudi Arabia.
Vicki Heyman and Bruce Heyman, former U.S. ambassador to Canada, speak with NPR's Scott Simon about their new book, The Art of Diplomacy.
The NBA Western conference is narrowing down, and a legendary NBA great died this week. NPR's Scott Simon talks with ESPN's Howard Bryant.