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Bland, a black woman, was found dead last month in her jail cell. Since then, demonstrators have held vigils outside the jail where she was held. They say there's a limit to social media activism.

This past week saw a lot of changes in the world markets, with China's currency devaluation and approval of another Greek bailout. Economist Dambisa Moyo breaks down the latest news.

Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump all found themselves doing the same thing today — campaigning at the Iowa State Fair.

More Americans are using mizuko kuyo to grieve the loss of a child, whether it be from a miscarriage or an abortion. Those who participate say it helps them learn to balance love and loss.

Under a new partnership between HBO and Sesame Street, PBS stations will screen new episodes of the children's show nine months after they appear on HBO. NPR's Scott Simon talks to media correspondent David Folkenflik.

Gilliant Tett of the Financial Times tells NPR's Scott Simon what China's currency devaluation this past week will mean for the rest of the world.

Lawmakers and business people were on hand to watch Secretary of State John Kerry raise a flag at the newly re-established embassy in Cuba.

NPR's Scott Simon asks EPA administrator Gina McCarthy about the toxins released into a Colorado river this week by an EPA contractor working on a shuttered gold mine.

Two murders in California are stoking debate about undocumented immigrants and how state and local authorities cooperate — or don't — with federal officials.

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina flooded most of New Orleans, much progress has been made to rebuild the city. But black and white residents assess the recovery quite differently.




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