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Even some news junkies have had enough. More and more Americans are turning off their screens and unplugging their headphones because the news is too much.
A pair of shows starring Latin American characters premiered this week: ABC's "Grand Hotel" and Comedy Central's "Alternatino with Arturo Castro."
Femi Oke, host of "The Stream" on Al Jazeera English, talks about the stories that are lighting up social media this week.
Tensions ratchet up between Iran and the U.S. Historic hearing on reparations. Trump rallies for a second term. More EPA rollbacks. The roundtable is here.
Actor Tony Hale plays the character Forky in the new movie "Toy Story 4" -- a toy handmade by a child out of a spork, pipe cleaner and some mismatched...
The university rescinded the Parkland shooting survivor's admission over racist comments he wrote months before the shooting, when he was 16 years old.
Curtatone says reporter Kirk Minihane violated wiretapping laws when Minihane pretended to be a Boston Globe reporter and recorded a 20-minute interview.
Liu Xin, an anchor on the China Global Television Network, discusses the U.S.-China trade war and her debate with Fox Business host Trish Regan.
Sanders projected the kind of power that relies on a calm sense of superiority, writes Steve Almond, the jaded oracle who reduces all manner of moral atrocity to nitpicking.
Teens are reporting that porn is their primary source of information on sex. One group is trying to change that.
"Pose" has broken ground by having the largest cast of transgender actors as regulars on a scripted show.
Biden and Trump trade barbs in Iowa. Federal watchdog seeks Kellyane Conway's firing. Sarah Sanders to leave the White House. Trump says he'd taken foreign campaign help.
"Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile" is the new Netflix movie about charismatic serial killer Ted Bundy. We speak with director Joe Berlinger.
Richard Roundtree became the epitome of cool nearly 50 years ago thanks to his role in “Shaft” as private detective John Shaft.
Ali Stroker made history as the first wheelchair user to win a Tony award. A viral video from "America’s Got Talent" of an autistic man singing had people in tears.
Actress Chloë Sevigny joins a cast full of stars in director Jim Jarmusch's new zombie comedy, "The Dead Don't Die."
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans discusses the heaviest hitters so far in the summer TV lineup.
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President Trump in the U.K. Parkland school shooting arrest. Pushback over Mexico tariffs. D-Day remembrances. The roundtable is here.
Stand-up comic Chelsea Hander gets serious about her year in intense therapy and her book and podcast, "Life Will Be the Death of Me."