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Weekend Edition stopped by a mosque in Alexandria, Va., to talk with some Pakistani-Americans about Imran Khan's election as prime minister.
Imran Khan has been a world champion cricketer, a playboy splashed across gossip columns, and the husband of a British heiress. Now, he's poised to be the next prime minister of Pakistan.
We look at the latest strong economic numbers and the effect tariffs may have on the president's base.
NPR's Renee Montagne and puzzle master Will Shortz play the puzzle this week with Rick Peterson of East Windsor, N.J.
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While it's difficult to attribute individual events to climate change, scientists say global warming makes extreme weather more common.
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The New York Times' Charlie Savage explains to NPR's Korva Coleman the implications of newly declassified FBI documents about Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
It's been four years since the attack on a flight in Ukraine killed several AIDS prevention advocates. Ahead of a conference, one advocate says they would have wanted to keep attention on the fight.
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A lot has happened since President Trump met with Russia's President Putin in Helsinki on Monday.
High altitude searches are a risky business. So let us introduce the hero of our story, the DJI Mavic Pro drone.
Maria Toorpakai was stopped from playing squash in her native Pakistan. Today she's one of the best players. Her story is told in The War to Be Her by Erin Heidenreich. Korva Coleman speaks to them.
A Honduran baby was reunited with his family in Honduras after he was separated when they tried to cross the U.S.-Mexico border. NPR's Korva Coleman speaks with Julie Watson of The Associated Press.
Most of those migrating to the U.S. from Central America are fleeing violence and joblessness. Many come from Guatemala where returnees deported from the U.S. may only intensify those conditions.
Seanan McGuire has published dozens of books in the past few years that take place across multiple fictional universes. We meet up with her at San Diego Comic-Con, where she meets with fans.
There's a growing movement of MDs working to include recognition of people with disabilities in their profession — and how those disabilities might actually make them better doctors.
Pulitzer Prize-winning restaurant critic Jonathan Gold, who wrote for the Los Angeles Times, died on Saturday at 57.
Republicans face a tough choice when deciding whether to criticize President Trump's more controversial actions and policies. NPR's Korva Coleman talks to pollster Doug Rivers of YouGov about it.
At a facility in San Antonio, reunited immigrant families are arriving for medical care and processing. Most are moving on to stay with relatives while they await immigration proceedings.
NPR's Korva Coleman speaks with Angela Stent of Georgetown University about the investigations into Russia's election influence and Trump's meeting.
One of the most common statistics that comes up when discussing plastic straw waste comes from a study conducted by a 9-year-old. NPR's Korva Coleman speaks with Milo Cress, now 17.
NPR's Korva Coleman speaks with Chris Pratt, operations general manager at Mid Continent Nail Corporation in Missouri about company layoffs as a result of President Trump's tariffs on steel.