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Friday marks the 42nd anniversary of the death of music legend Elvis Presley.
NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans discusses the shows he's been watching this summer, including HBO's "Chernobyl" and "Succession."
The Trump Administration toughens immigration policy. The markets tumble. And the DOJ investigates the jail that held Jeffrey Epstein.
“This Is Us” has struck a chord with so many viewers because the Pearsons' struggles have a “striking similarity to a lot of families,” Milo Ventimiglia says.
In this special episode from our friends at NPR's "Wow in the World," hosts Mindy Thomas and Guy Raz explore canine communication.
“We know he's alive," missing journalist Austin Tice's parents say.
Imagine a library for voices. A place where you can sit around a table and listen to recordings with friends. That was the Harvard Vocarium.
"Orange is the New Black" released its seventh and final season on Netflix.
Two mass shootings rock the country. Lawmakers weigh gun legislation. Protests break out in Hong Kong, and trade war breaks out with China.
A harder focus emerges on racism and white supremacy. The president condemns hatred — but his rhetoric is under scrutiny, too.
News organizations across the Sunshine State have teamed up to report on climate change as a collaborative effort.
Bestselling crime novelist Laura Lippman discusses her new novel, and her city: Baltimore.
Our Week In Review panelists on more revelations at the Registry of Motor Vehicles, a provocative Boston Herald cover, and the takeaways from this week's two Democratic presidential debates.
One slip up at the Democratic debate by Joe Biden caught steam online and led people to jump on buying related domain names.
"Last Chance U" is about community college football teams that give second chances to players that other schools don't want.
Songs like Lizzo's "Truth Hurts" and Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know" acknowledge that love can be messy, ugly and painful. And naming the pain can feel like liberation, writes Joanna...
Democrats debate. The president attacks Baltimore. Fed cuts rates for the first time since 2008. The roundtable is here.
G/O Media, previously known as Gawker media, made a name for themselves for their unsparing reporting.
Reading Mad magazine shaped my worldview, writes Jim Sullivan. It taught me about irreverence and satire.
We know what President Trump thinks about Baltimore, but how do the people who live there see their city? We’re listening to Baltimore.