FEED - Weekend Edition Sunday
A longtime public radio reporter records his 96 year-old mother's joyous reaction - she was a longtime Flodira resident - to the snow.
On the 40th anniversary of the mass murders and suicides in Jonestown, Guyana, we broadcast excerpts from the 1981 NPR audio documentary about the cult called "Father Cares."
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with author Idra Novey about her novel "Those Who Knew," which takes a look at the emotional toll of staying silent after an assault.
We hear from two educators in Reading, Mass, where police have been investigating racist incidents across the town since May of last year, including racist graffiti scrawled on bathroom stalls.
Last week the Cost of War Project at Brown University released its annual report. NPR's Lulu Garcia Navarro speaks with political scientist Neta Crawford about the report - and war's actual costs.
In Florida the election, more than a week later, is slowly drawing to a close. Mitchell Berger, Special Counsel for Florida Democrats discusses the results and their broader implications.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Sean Abrams, a Butte County paramedic and resident, about his experience fighting the Camp Fire.
The appointment of a new acting U.S. Attorney General raises questions about the future of the Mueller probe.
The smoke and ash from California's wildfires are making it difficult for some people to breathe. But there are other health risks, including burned up cars and lead paint from older burned homes.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with retiring South Carolina Rep. Mark Sanford about lessons the GOP learned in the 2018 midterm elections. His very conservative district flipped to a Democrat.
Florida counties have until Noon today to submit official results in their various recounts. The states 76 counties will have no choice but to submit official results in the races before noon.
A good news story about one citizen's journey to set the record straight with the National Park Service, whose website contained an error.
Facebook leaders are under intense scrutiny for lax privacy protection, failing to counter disinformation campaigns and attacking their critics.
A small community in Northern New York gets a lot of national stage time in Ben Stiller's new prison drama, "Escape at Dannemora."
The new version of the hit post-apocalyptic video game Fallout 76 is out. It's set in West Virginia and the state is taking notice, including via an interactive map with sites featured in the game.
From the fires in California to new revelations about the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, we discuss the political responses of President Trump.
For decades the Navajo Generating Station provided a good livelihood for Navajo and Hopi tribes. But the plant is scheduled to close next year, leaving 500 workers scrambling for an alternative.
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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro gives you a roundup of some ballot initiatives that you may have overlooked from around the country.
It's been a decade since former member of Menudo, Draco Rosa, has released an album. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Rosa about 'Monte Sagrado' where he opens up about his battles with cancer.
We have a new holiday advice series, "Help, I'm Hosting!" If you're hosting Thanksgiving, do you have a food-related dilemma? Or help with the big meal? Call 202-216-9217 or email, email@example.com.