Rachel Martin talks to Jeff Hood, one of the organizers of the protest in Dallas, where five police officers were shot and killed by two snipers. The shooting happened as the protest was winding down.
A champion has been crowned in the annual cable car bell ringing contest. Leonard Oats, 53, won the championship — taking home a cash prize, a trophy and some Ghirardelli chocolates.
A new club is attracting teens across the country. They are competitively eating heads of lettuce. The fastest one becomes president of the club and organizes the competition next year.
Jelani Cobb of the Frontline documentary Policing the Police discusses police transparency and the fraught relationship between law enforcement and black communities.
Police shootings get our attention now. And there seem to be a lot of them. Are there more now, or were we just not paying attention?
David Greene talks to Matthew Soerens of World Relief about evangelical congregations that are working to resettle refugees from Syria and other countries in the U.S.
Three suspects are in custody. Rachel Martin talks to Charlie Scudder, a reporter with The Dallas Morning News, who says people are still in shock about what happened Thursday night.
David Greene talks to Fahad Nazer, a senior political analyst with the political consulting firm JTG Inc and a non-resident fellow at The Arab Gulf States Institute, about the recent attacks.
The Warsaw summit will be dominated by plans for a military response to potential Russian aggression against Poland and Baltic countries, and Britain leaving the European Union.
Protests were held across the country after a police officer shot and killed motorist Philando Castile in a St. Paul suburb during a traffic stop. Castile's girlfriend livestreamed the aftermath.
Two snipers shot and killed 5 Dallas police officers and injured another 6 at the end of a rally, where hundreds were protesting police shootings that happened in other parts of the country this week.
Japanese dramas don't get the publicity of that country's animated films but our reviewer says there is a new drama that deserves our attention. He says Our Little Sister must be seen to be believed.
Rachel Martin talks to Gabriel Sherman of New York Magazine about Ivanka Trump's role in her father's bid for the presidency. Sherman recently wrote about Ivanka Trump for the magazine.
Abinta Kabir was a sophomore from Miami and Faraaz Hossain was in business school and from Dhaka, Bangladesh. A vigil in their memory was held Thursday in Atlanta.
Hundreds attended a prayer vigil for Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, La. Sterling was the black man who was shot dead in an altercation with two white police officers early Tuesday morning.
Rachel Martin talks to Seema Yasmin.
Dallas Morning News photographer Ting Shen, who's a summer intern, was shooting photos of the scene at Baylor University Medical Center.
NPR's Tom Bowman has been bringing us stories from his recent trip to Afghanistan. It was on that trip that a Taliban ambush killed NPR photographer David Gilkey and interpreter Zabihullah Tamanna.
David Greene talks to former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey about the fight against ISIS, which despite geographic losses, has managed to carry out a wave of attacks.
Leah Rodgers gave birth to a son at 1:18 a.m. MT in Denver last Thursday. An hour later in La Jolla, Calif., at 1:18 a.m. PT, Leah's twin sister, Sarah Mariuz, welcomed a daughter.