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President Biden and House Speaker McCarthy hold a meeting at the White House Wednesday. They're hoping to reach an agreement about the federal debt limit. [Read More]
The saxophonist and composer resisted his Japanese American heritage for decades. He now funnels that painful and triumphant personal history into a string of vital... [Read More]
It may have been a while since you heard the 1970s hit. "Long Long Time" was used three times in The Last of Us episode.... [Read More]
President Biden meets with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to discuss the debt ceiling, thousands expected to attend Tyre Nichols' funeral in Memphis, the Fed's latest... [Read More]
NPR Music's Tiny Desk series kicks off a celebration of Black History Month with this stunning performance from Lady Wray. [Read More]
February is Black History Month in the U.S., and this year's theme is "Black Resistance." Throughout the month, NPR will compile a list of stories,... [Read More]
Chimpanzees take risks, have emotional outbursts and sometimes even show aggression. Researchers say that growing adolescent bodies help explain the behaviors. [Read More]
As the marketing of soda and fast food ramps up around the world, the companies involved forge partnerships to help the poor. The new book... [Read More]
NPR's A Martinez talks with Lucas Finton, a reporter for The Commercial Appeal in Memphis, Tenn., about Wednesday's funeral for Tyre Nichols, who was violently... [Read More]
The FDA is appointing a deputy commissioner of "human food," to oversee food safety and nutrition. The move follows the baby formula shortage crisis and... [Read More]
Seven astronauts died 20 years ago when the Space Shuttle Columbia disintegrated on reentry. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to NASA deputy administrator Pam Melroy about... [Read More]
The white and Black descendents of Carter G. Woodson, the father of Black History and founder of Black History Month, come together to heal their... [Read More]
Since the Supreme Court ended the constitutional right to an abortion, many Muslims Americans have been turning to their faith to try to figure out:... [Read More]
President Biden is touring projects made possible by past legislation to try to get credit. It's a push to contrast his agenda with that of... [Read More]
The airline manufacturer delivered its last 747 jumbo jet on Tuesday after a production run of more than five decades. Current and former workers said... [Read More]
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with Rep. Marilyn Strickland — the Congressional Black Caucus's whip — about police reform in the wake of Tyre Nichols's death. [Read More]
A recently discovered green comet is passing by Earth for the first time in 50,000 years. [Read More]
Two years after Myanmar's military coup, the country continues to be unstable. Meanwhile, about one million minority Rohingya refugees continue to languish in camps in... [Read More]
It was a game changer when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior members of the royal family. Since then, they've given interviews,... [Read More]
In this week's episode, we dive into the traditions and stories that shape Lunar New Year, and why violence and tragedy in the U.S. on... [Read More]
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