The American Bar Association wants to create a Spanish translation of the Miranda warning. Alex Acosta of the ABA's Special Committee on Hispanic Legal Rights and Responsibilities explains why.
Cary Fowler, senior adviser to the Global Crop Diversity Trust, talks about a giant vault of millions of seeds stored away in an icy mountain in Norway. Fowler is the author of Seeds on Ice.
A look back on the week of politics. Donald Trump made some controversial statements and Hillary Clinton released her tax returns.
Vanita Gupta, the head of the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division talks about the federal government's findings that Baltimore policing techniques have showed racial bias.
Elaine Fantham, who joined NPR's Scott Simon to talk classics for many years, has died. Her student, John Allemang, remembers the woman fondly known as "the rock-star of classics."
The city of Berlin just banned Airbnb because it was swallowing up long-term rentals and driving up prices. Paris is now struggling to temper the explosion of the rental site for the same reasons.
The U.S. swimming team has been exceptional in the summer Olympic games. Last night, Katie Ledecky and Michael Phelps swam their signature events.
After acquiring Yahoo, Verizon ranks third in digital advertising and is a major player in media and tech. It wants to play in the Silicon Valley sandbox — but don't expect a full transformation yet.
Alex Rodriguez plays his last baseball game ever, and the Olympics continue. NPR's Scott Simon talks sports with Howard Bryant of ESPN.
Do hummingbirds migrate on the backs of geese? And will rice thrown at weddings really make birds explode? Scott Simon gets to the bottom of some bird myths with Ray Brown, host of "Talkin' Birds."