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In Nicole Dennis-Benn's new novel Patsy, she explores the demands on one woman who immigrates from Jamaica to New York and leaves her young daughter behind. She talks with Lulu Garcia-Navarro.
After every mass shooting in the U.S., grief-stricken people place flowers, letters and drawings at the site to honor those who died. What to do with those mementos later is not an easy decision.
Eduardo Strauch survived the 1972 Andes plane crash of the Uruguayan rugby team. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with him about his story of hope in his book, Out of the Silence: After the Crash.
Those working on behalf of immigrants say wait times for green cards and visas are reaching crisis levels. And with a leadership change at the agency in charge, the wait could get even longer.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Andrew Roth, Moscow bureau chief for The Guardian, about the arrest of Russian investigative journalist Ivan Golunov.
The government is looking into whether the large tech giants, such as Google and Facebook, are violating antitrust law. We look at the arguments for more regulation.
After nearly starting a trade war with Mexico, President Trump has pulled back his threat of tariffs.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Suketu Mehta, author of This Land Is Our Land: An Immigrant's Manifesto, which argues for more immigrants in America and elsewhere.
Twelve people were killed in a shooting in Virginia Beach on Friday afternoon. Their friends and family have been remembering the victims on social media.
America's final act in the Vietnam War produced an iconic image: a helicopter on a rooftop as desperate Vietnamese tried to climb aboard. For some involved in the mission, the story isn't over.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Jorge Barrera of the CBC about his recent reporting on missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with tornado survivor Cait Routson about the storm that ravaged her Dayton, Ohio, neighborhood last week.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Laura Rosenberger of the Alliance for Securing Democracy about ongoing threats to the U.S. electoral system from foreign operatives.
Light pollution has taken away much of the night sky. But there are still places far from city lights where amateur astronomers gather with their telescopes for what they call "star parties."
People in Virginia Beach are mourning the loss of 12 people killed by a gunman Friday afternoon.
We have analysis on special counsel Robert Mueller's statement and President Trump's threat to impose tariffs on Mexico.
Australian Tal Wilkenfeld has been a go-to side player of the electric bass for Jeff Beck, Prince, Mick Jagger and others. She talks with Lulu Garcia-Navarro about her debut vocal album, Love Remains.
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Jules Silk about attending the 75th consecutive reunion of the graduating class of 1944 from Philadelphia's Central High School.
The flood risk maps put out by the federal government are notoriously outdated. Many elected officials have suggested fixing the problem by prioritizing funding for a mapping technology called LiDAR.
The Illinois legislature has passed a bill giving women the "fundamental right" to an abortion. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Rep. Kelly Cassidy, who sponsored the bill.