Listen to NPR Stories Online

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Jeremy Fox of The Boston Globe about the effects of this week's nationwide Immigration and Customs Enforcement's raid in Massachusetts.

Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price offered his resignation earlier today and President Trump accepted.

Volunteer HAM operators have set up informal radio networks to connect family and friends with their loved ones in Puerto Rico. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to one of those volunteers, Greg Dober.

The State Department is pulling more than half its staff from the U.S. embassy in Havana, following mysterious ailments that might be caused intentionally. It also warned Americans not to go to Cuba.

The State Department will pull out all nonessential staff, citing mysterious attacks on diplomats that have caused symptoms including dizziness and hearing problems. The U.S. Embassy will remain open.

Many separatists say their Catalan language is what makes them feel most different from the rest of Spain. The language was prohibited during years of dictatorship, but now it's ubiquitous in schools.

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch didn't cross any legal line by making the speech at the Trump Hotel in D.C., but ethics experts say the optics surrounding the event don't look great.

Support for the far-right in last Sunday's German election came largely from those in what was formerly East Germany — a sign that the country has still not overcome its Cold War division.

While safety concerns may have led to some of the quick demolitions, some residents fear developers and city officials are trying to destroy evidence of shoddy building and lax government oversight.

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Rev. Jeff Neevel from St. Thomas about what life is like there after Hurricane Maria. Neevel's congregation has been working on outreach and relief efforts on the island.




WLRH Public Radio
UAH Campus
John Wright Drive
Huntsville, AL 35899

Get Directions


(256) 895-9574

(800) 239-9574