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Should playgrounds be a little less safe? That's what some play specialists are advocating. We talk to Rebecca Faulkner, who runs the nonprofit play:ground NYC. Also, the federal government is...
Democratic Party officials in Nevada are reassuring voters today that tomorrow's caucuses will go more smoothly than Iowa's.
The Washington Post and the New York Times have reported the story.
Jeff Sessions is competing for a spot on the ticket to win back his Senate seat.
The federal government is allowing a small number of people with treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder to use psychedelics.
The death of Kobe Bryant has had a profound impact on the public despite most not knowing him personally. We speak with a clinical psychologist about why we grieve celebrities...
Sitcom "Fresh Off the Boat" is one of the only network TV show to feature a predominantly Asian cast.
Should playgrounds be a little less safe? That's what some play specialists are advocating.
Some comparisons have been drawn between the Democratic candidates and European leaders.
Nevada's Latino and Asian American population is also active in the state's powerful labor unions.
We take a look at some of the news making a buzz on social media this week.
It's being called the worst locust infestation in Africa in 70 years.
There are more than 200 cases in the country.
The death of Kobe Bryant has had a profound impact on the public despite most not knowing him personally.
We discuss the fallout from Wednesday night's debate and controversy surrounding Roger Stone's sentencing.
The European Union outlined a proposal that attempts to restore what officials are calling "technological sovereignty."
NPR political correspondent Asma Khalid and NPR national political correspondent Don Gonyea update us on the latest.
The long-time Trump associate was convicted for lying to Congress, obstruction and witness tampering in a case that resulted from the Muller investigation.
In “Ordinary Love,” the average lives of a long-time married couple played by Liam Neeson and Lesley Manville, are turned upside down when Joan finds a cancerous lump in her...
Actors Lesley Manville and Liam Neeson join us to talk about their new film "Ordinary Love," which explores a couple's relationship when the wife is diagnosed with breast cancer. Also,...