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Utah became the first state to pass a "free-range parenting" law. Republican State Sen. Lincoln Fillmore sponsored the bill and talks with NPR's Korva Coleman.
The Trump administration is adding a question about citizenship to the 2020 U.S. Census. NPR's Korva Coleman talks with Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter about his support of the move.
VA Secretary David Shulkin was fired after coming under scrutiny for taking his wife to Europe at taxpayer expense. He's the second member of Trump's Cabinet fired over apparent ethical lapses.
Police shootings of black men are once again in the news, with the protests this weekend in Sacramento and the release on Friday of disturbing new videos of the 2016 shooting of Alton Sterling.
Alt.Latino has discovered some new musical gems and gives us a sampling.
On Easter Friday, Christian worshippers in Brazil will carry a plastic effigy of the crucified Christ and hum not hymns, but their favorite songs by a pop superstar Roberto "The King" Carlos.
Falco's character, Carol, feels trapped in her mundane job and marriage. But everything changes when a former student returns after 20 years in prison.
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In a West Virginia community hard hit by the opioid crisis, two people have taken on the fight against addiction, using unorthodox — and very different — approaches.
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NPR's Korva Coleman and puzzlemaster Will Shortz play the puzzle this week with David Marx of Wexford, Pa.
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The U.S. expelled Russian diplomats and President Trump fired the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs.
NPR's Korva Coleman previews the NCAA women's basketball championship game between Mississippi State and Notre Dame with ESPN's Maria Taylor.
Dr. Clayborne Carson of Stanford University, activist Bree Newsome, and listeners Robert Koenig and Maria Gil discuss the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with NPR's Korva Coleman.
This week President Trump made a decision that will have a profound impact on the lives of about 4,000 Liberian immigrants. They have a year to pack up and return to Liberia or risk being deported.
NPR's Korva Coleman talks with Sonia Lewis about the latest developments following Stephon Clark's death. Lewis is a chapter lead with Black Lives Matter-Sacramento and a cousin of Clark.
Kiyoko speaks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about her debut album, Expectations, and the importance of songs for and about girls who like girls.
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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Canadian country singer Lindi Ortega about her new studio album, "Liberty." The album is a cinematic journey that reflects Ortega's triumph over difficulties.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Christine Mangan about her debut novel, "Tangerine." The plot centers around a vulnerable heiress, her ne'er-do-well husband and an old friend with many secrets.
It's been 50 years since Lyndon Johnson announced he would not seek a second term as president. His polling went up overnight.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with The Campaign Legal Center's Larry Noble about whether election laws were broken when Stormy Daniels, who alleges a Trump affair, was paid off to stay silent.
Mark Rosenberg oversaw gun violence research at the CDC until the Dickey amendment stopped that work. Now, with new language in the legislation Trump signed, he explains how that work can begin again.