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California has some of the strictest building codes in the country for homes built in areas with wildfire risk. But recent fires show that even the most fire-resistant homes will burn.
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While opioids get all the attention, rural communities struggle with substances like meth and alcohol too. One clinic is building up capacity to treat all of them, using both medicine and counseling.
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Judith Jones and Carolyn Kenyon discuss their fundraising efforts that resulted in $1.5 million medical bill debt forgiveness for New York strangers.
The moves in Wisconsin and Michigan aren't new. In some ways they reopen the debate that was settled in Marbury vs. Madison. The American Enterprise Institute's Norman Ornstein gives us a lesson.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Wisconsin State Representatives Jim Steineke and Amanda Stuck about the recent bills passed by the state legislature to limit the powers of the incoming governor.
Persistent rumors of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly's departure are finally true, just 16 months after he started on the job.
Lyudmila Alexeyeva, one of Russia's oldest, most decorated human rights activists, has died at 91.
NPR's Lulu Garcia Navarro speaks with BuzzFeed reporter Jason Leopold about his recent story on the connections between the Trump organization and the Russians.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin, member of the House Oversight and Judiciary committees, about the latest court filings by prosecutors and the special counsel.
This week on our holiday advice series, NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Nina Stibbe, author of An Almost Perfect Christmas, about her best tips on gift-giving.
The thousands of Central American migrants in limbo in northern Mexico are relying on an ad hoc group of organizers among them to keep lists of asylum seekers and look after their conditions.
The effects of climate change are already being felt as natural disasters get more severe and frequent. Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Harvard faculty member Jesse Keenan about climate migration.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro explores holiday decorations passed on from one homeowner to another.
The French government is struggling to deal with the wave of Yellow Vest protests sweeping the country.
National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson gives host Lulu Garcia-Navarro her take on the news of the week — including three bombshell filings that shed light on the Robert Mueller investigation.
Weekend Edition's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Puzzlemaster Will Shortz play a word game with KPBS listener Geoffrey Mayne of San Diego, California.
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The most popular dog names of 2018 say a lot about our world and what we're watching. Increasingly, dogs are getting human names, but is that really a surprise since they're part of the family?
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On Hanukkah, many Jews fry potato pancakes called latkes in oil or maybe schmaltz. But a century ago, one company saw an opportunity to make the Jewish fat of choice truly American: Crisco.
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While conducting research at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, a music theory professor discovered manuscripts of music that haven't been heard since World War II.
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Margot Robbie is Queen Elizabeth I in Mary Queen of Scots. "We re-examine history as a way of understanding what's happening in our present time, and where we're heading in the future," she says.
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