FEED - Weekend Edition Saturday
President George H.W. Bush has died at the age of 94. We look back on his life and legacy.
Police in the French capital fired teargas at thousands of protesters marching on the Champs Elysees Saturday.
Sometimes it takes an outsider to see a culture clearly. Czech composer Antonin Dvorak's Ninth Symphony was an ode to what American music could become.
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A woman had twins in a hospital south of Boston last summer, right around dinner time. For doctors aiming to reduce cesareans, the second baby's tricky arrival tested the limits of teamwork.
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From criticism to judges to pushing for more border security funding, President Trump kept up the political tempo, as lawmakers headed home for the Thanksgiving holiday.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with California Fire Chief Ken Pimlott about the cost and recovery efforts in the aftermath of the wildfires.
A reporter's notebook from our correspondent in Kenya on finding a cobra in his backyard
Scott Simon talks with NPR Sports Correspondent Tom Goldman about basketball, football, and golf.
A gift shop and coffee house claims to be the sole U.S. business dedicated to all things Trump. It has become a clubhouse for the president's supporters and a target for anti-Trump protesters.
Farmworkers workers in Ventura County worked through the wildfires despite the risks. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Juvenal Solano, a former farmworker and community organizer, about why workers stayed.
Jin Park is the first DACA recipient to win a Rhodes Scholarship. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Park about what this accomplishment means to him and other DACA recipients.
Winter arrived early in New York's Adirondack Mountains. The high country is locked in snow and ice. We have a Thanksgiving week postcard from a trek to the summit of Algonquin Mountain.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Katherine Hayhoe of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University about a new report showing that recent extreme natural events are due to climate change.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with writer and former foreign piolicy adviser Robert Kagan about where the United States stands on the global stage.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with author Sigrid Nunez about her novel, "The Friend," which just won the 2018 National Book Award for Fiction.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary about how algorithms of computer-driven lending programs, somehow, manage to discriminate against minorities.
The post-Thanksgiving shopping spree known as Black Friday has become tradition elsewhere, even without the Thanksgiving holiday hook, such as the South American nation of Colombia.
Vermont's declining population is creating a headache for employers. So the state is rolling out the red carpet to potential new residents by helping them find jobs and housing.
Scott Simon speaks with journalist Teri Schultz about the European Union's planned vote on Brexit.
There are over 600 people still missing after the most destructive fire tore through Butte County, Calif. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Kristin Aquino who is searching for her uncle.