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Movie reviewer Kenneth Turan talks with NPR's David Greene about the newest movie in the Star Wars franchise and other noteworthy films coming out of this year's Cannes festival.
A judge in California has overturned that state's physician-assisted suicide law. The state attorney general now has five days to appeal the ruling to keep the law in place.
NPR's David Greene talks to Chrissy Houlahan, winner of the (unopposed) Democratic primary in Pennsylvania's 6th Congressional District, about how she plans to flip the seat in the midterm elections.
A radio news host has been killed in southern Mexico, bringing to at least 32 the number of journalists killed since 2012. Mexico is one of the most dangerous countries in the world for journalists.
Democrats in the Senate are staging an insurgent vote to stop the repeal of net neutrality from going into effect in June. The measure faces long odds in the House.
The Supreme Court decision allowing states to develop sports betting means gamblers may not have to travel to Vegas anymore to bet on football and baseball.
NPR's David Greene speaks with Richard Haass, the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, about the latest developments over a proposed North Korea summit and the violence in Gaza.
We have the latest results from Tuesday's primaries, which picked midterm candidates in several key congressional races.
The volcano on Hawaii's Big Island continues to threaten residents and to keep tourists away, even though the damage is isolated to a small area on the island's east side.
North Korea threatened to call off a summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un over objections to U.S.-South Korean military exercises.
A neighbor in Germany called police about a domestic dispute after hearing loud shouting next door. It was a man arguing with a parrot. No word on who won the argument.
President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear agreement puts the U.S. at odds with some of its closest allies. Companies rushed to do business in Iran when the agreement took effect.
Commentator Cokie Roberts answers listener questions and tells NPR's Rachel Martin about the history of relations between the U.S. and the British royal family.
North Korea has threatened to cancel a planned summit with President Trump and Kim Jong Un. Also, we look at what Tuesday's congressional primaries mean for elections in November.
Best-selling author Tom Wolfe, one of the pioneers of what came to be called "the new journalism," died at a hospital in New York.
Israeli army forces killed more than 50 protesters in Gaza Monday. Steve Inskeep talks to Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus, the international spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces or IDF.
The Supreme Court has ruled that a 25-year-old law that had barred most states from legalizing sports betting is unconstitutional — opening the door to legalized sports gambling across the country.
The Palestinian zone erupted in protest Monday. People approached the border fences, and Israel's army killed more than 50. Gaza health officials say more than 1,3000 people suffered gunshot wounds.
The festival in London kept running out of pizza. That wasn't the biggest problem: One customer told the BBC the slices looked like something that passed through a cat's digestive system.
Passengers traveling with support animals will have to fill out paperwork 48 hours in advance, and the airline will double check doctors notes. And some animals are now totally banned.