After nine black parishioners were gunned down in the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, everything changed. Host Linda Wertheimer speaks with Liz Alston, the church historian for the past 40 years.
A UC Berkeley's Labor Center study suggests that many American manufacturing jobs aren't paying enough to keep workers off of public assistance. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to the Center's, Ken Jacobs.
Democratic pollster Margie Omero and Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway speak to host Linda Wertheimer about Hillary Clinton's historic candidacy and how the electorate may or may not respond.
The police, the FBI and the sheriff's office are all on the scene of a nightclub shooting in Orlando, Fla. that has left many dead and dozens injured. Host Linda Wertheimer updates our story.
Alt Latino host Felix Contreras teams up with NPR classical music maven Tom Huizenga to talk about composers from Mexico, Puerto Rico and Brazil, delighting host Linda Wertheimer.
Newspaper for sale! Host Linda Wertheimer talks to Ross Connelly, owner of the Hardwick Gazette in Vermont. After 30 years, he's retiring and holding an essay contest to find a new publisher.
The new novel "Rich and Pretty" follows two women who find themselves at a crossroad. Host Linda Wertheimer talks to author Rumaan Alam about writing characters that are nothing like oneself.
NPR's TV critic Eric Deggans says ESPN's new documentary series about O.J. Simpson is a detailed and revealing look at the football star turned murder suspect's life.
WNYC's Arun Venugopal, blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner, and former Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn Ivey discuss the ramifications of the Stanford University rape case.
News of Hillary Clinton's historic nomination reached Susan B. Anthony. In Rochester, visitors often leave flowers and "I Voted" stickers at Anthony's gravestone on election day.