An Inside Look into NPR's Female Executive Producers.
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Some security analysts are wondering if properties with the Trump name need added protection. If so, who pays for it?
The United Kingdom has officially filed for divorce from the EU. We take a look at what some of the obstacles might be.
The band Dream Wife began as an art school project designed to explore feminine tropes in pop music — before it became a real band dedicated to doing the very same.
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New York Times reporter David Sanger talks about North Korea's nuclear program and warns that the regime, which has been "fodder for late night comedians for many many years," is no joke.
How does a gecko manage to walk on the ceiling? And what happens when a dog shakes water off its coat? We talk with the authors of "Furry Logic."
Daniel Magariel's debut novel explores the fierce love a 12-year-old boy has for his abusive father. Critic Maureen Corrigan calls it a "slim, deeply affecting and brutal story."
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This comes after federal lawmakers dropped their bid to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which gives states money to expand their Medicaid programs.
A Texas judge dismissed earlier felony charges against anti-abortion activists David Daleiden and Sandra Merritt. Now they face charges in California for allegedly recording people without permission.
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The opening title track from the young guitarist's new album blooms like a field of Texas bluebonnets swaying on the side of the highway.
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If Senate Democrats are determined to oppose the Supreme Court nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch, Senate Republicans are just as determined to confirm him.
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The state was inundated with rain this winter, after enduring years of drought. That means mushrooms are popping up throughout its wet forests.
KCRW's Anthony Valadez joins us to listen to new sounds from bands like Bottle Tree, Jonti, Nils Frahm and Jonwayne.
In the era of streaming music, everything ever recorded is supposed to be at our fingertips. So how did one of the biggest names in the Classic Rock canon go missing?
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Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Jeff Piotrowski, Emmy Award-winning storm chaser, about the deaths of two of his colleagues.
The Republican overhaul bill died, but the health care drama continues. There are lots of ways the administration can change the Affordable Care Act, without congressional approval.
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Washington College anthropology professor Bill Schindler tasks students with making their own tools, butchering their own meat and gathering nuts for sustenance.
The Fox News host said on "Fox & Friends" that he couldn't respond to Waters' comments on the House floor because he was distracted by her "James Brown wig."
The Trump administration reportedly sought to block the former acting attorney general from testifying on possible links between Russia and the Trump campaign.
This week on the podcast, Adrian Florido tackles this debate: When immigrants facing deportation seek sanctuary, should they make their stories public? Do they decide or does the church?
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