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NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Middle East analyst Aaron David Miller about rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran. Iran shot down a U.S. drone over what it says was its airspace; U.S. disagrees.
Iran says it shot down a U.S. drown in its airspace. NPR's Noel King asks Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia what lawmakers can do to influence the Trump administration's approach toward Iran.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard shot down a U.S. military drone in the Persian Gulf. A U.S. official confirms to NPR that the drone was taken down but disputes the details surrounding the attack.
Baton Rouge native Julia "Hurricane" Hawkins set a world record in the 50-meter dash while competing in the National Senior Games. She started running when she was 101.
Shaukat Yousafzai accidentally streamed his Facebook session with the cat filter on. So there he was answering serious questions with digital pink ears and whiskers.
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of high-profile witnesses who testify before Congress.
The U.S. Olympic Committee is dealing with renewed calls to revamp itself after sexual abuse scandals and that it hasn't done enough to protect young athletes. Congress is increasing pressure as well.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Joseph Goffman, of the Environmental & Energy Law Program at Harvard, about the end of the Clean Power Plan, which he worked on in the Obama administration.
The FBI is helping local authorities in the Dominican Republic investigate the recent unexplained deaths and illnesses of several Americans.
NPR's Noel King talks to David Wessell, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, about the Federal Reserve indicating it may cut interest rates in the future.
Alzheimer's disease puts incredible strain on relationships. One couple in New York is talking publicly about how the disease is changing their marriage.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard says it has shot down a U.S. drone that was flying in Iranian airspace. A U.S. official confirms the aircraft was downed, but disputes Iran's account of the facts.
NPR's history podcast, Throughline, examines how the issue of abortion became a defining political issue for evangelicals.
New rules in California governing groundwater usage have pushed farmers to experiment with some innovative techniques, including developing micro markets for water.
The recent attacks on oil tankers amid rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran has happened before. In the 1980s, the U.S. needed Gulf oil. Today, not so much.
A U.N. agency says that the number of people displaced by violence last year surpassed 70 million, a new record. NPR's Rachel Martin talks to David Miliband of the International Rescue Committee.
Iran says it shot down a U.S. spy drone in its airspace. Joe Biden's recent comment draws heat from his 2020 presidential rivals. China's president holds two days of talks with North Korea's leader.
Police officials in Philadelphia are describing the action as the largest removal of officers from the street in recent memory.
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Scientists are using old spy satellite images to measure the effects of climate change. They're finding that glaciers in the Himalayas are melting twice as fast as they were a few decades earlier.
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Former Department of Homeland Security official Theresa Cardinal Brown talks with NPR's Noel King about President Trump's threats of mass deportations.