Joe Ide's debut novel follows Isaiah Quintabe, known as IQ around his Los Angeles neighborhood. IQ solves the crimes police won't touch — even when his clients can only pay him in chickens or tires.
The academy offers classes on how to engage in Jedi battles. They also sell swag that, according to the lawsuit, comes too close to the film's Jedi logos.
Thousands of Atlanta students were affected by the cheating scandal in which test scores were falsified. Years later, those who remain are now receiving special services.
Steve Inskeep talks to Trump supporter Congressman Tom Marino of Pennsylvania, to get his take on how Trump did in the last presidential debate before November's election.
The morning after the final presidential debate, Steve Inskeep talks to Clinton surrogate Democratic Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota.
By 1950, Leonard and Phillip Chess had established Chess Records as the label for urban blues. Leonard died in 1969. Phil died on Wednesday at the age of 95.
Some journalists and ex-journalists contributed to presidential campaigns. Steve Inskeep talks to Len Downie, former executive editor of The Washington Post and a current professor of journalism.
David Greene talks to Trump supporter Annie Ruiz of Miami, Clinton backer John Palys of Orlando, Trump backer Allen Sale of Lakeland, and Clinton supporter Diana Font of Orlando. NPR's Scott Detrow also fact checks what the candidates said.
When Wanda Sykes performed at the White House Correspondent's Dinner, she poked fun at President Obama. She tells David Greene, that in her special, What Happened Ms. Sykes, she takes aim at her wife.
The fight to free the Iraqi city of Mosul from the Islamic State is expected to last many weeks. Steve Inskeep talks to journalist Fazel Hawramy for an update.
After the final debate of the presidential race, David Greene talks to a roundtable of voters from across Florida, representing a range of political opinions. They'll weigh in on how each candidate fared. And, NPR's Scott Detrow will fact check what the candidates said.
Kosovo is a small country with an outsized contribution to extremist groups in the Middle East. In recent years, more of its citizens per capita have joined armed groups in Syria than any other European nation. At least, until this year. The numbers have dropped precipitously and we examine why.
Californians are saving less and less water as the state enters what may be its sixth year of drought, in part because they say they're hearing a less-than-clear message about the drought.
The morning after the final presidential debate, David Greene talks to Republican pollster Jim Hobart and Democratic analyst Margie Omero. And, NPR's Mara Liasson provides highlights.
Donald Trump refused to say he would honor election results and was unsuccessful in changing the narrative that is enveloping his campaign. Hillary Clinton fired as many taunts as Trump landed blows.
Last year, Americans logged more than 3.1 trillion miles and 35,092 people died on the nation's roadways. Now, there's a plan to eliminate traffic fatalities within 30 years.
Clinton, Trump Debate For Third And Final Time
Fact-Checking The Final Presidential Debate
The final presidential debate was fast-moving with candidates clashing. Clinton was on the offense; Trump aggressively punched back.
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