Terry Crews On His Sexual Assault Lawsuit: This Is About Accountability NPR's Michel Martin spoke with actor Terry Crews about sexual assault, how he joined the #MeToo movement and why he is fighting to hold people in Hollywood accountable.
'Fight For Rights Will Continue' In Zimbabwe, #ThisFlag Movement Pastor Vows Robert Mugabe is gone as Zimbabwe's leader, but Evan Mawarire warns that abuses have yet to end. "The citizens of our nation are not enemies to our government," he says. "They should be listened to."
Examining The Role Self Awareness Plays In Sexual Harassment Many people accused of sexual harassment say they weren't aware that their behavior was inappropriate. NPR's Michel Martin talks with Tasha Eurich, author of the book<em> Insight</em>, about self-awareness.
Beirut Crowd Protests Trump Recognizing Jerusalem As Israel's Capital Lebanese security forces used tear gas and water cannons against demonstrators outside the U.S. Embassy in Beirut. They were protesting against the U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Polls In Alabama Indicate Tuesday's Special Election Is Unusually Close NPR's Michel Martin talks with Ben Domenech, co-founder of <em>The Federalist</em>, about the GOP strategy behind supporting candidate Roy Moore in his race for a U.S. Senate seat against Democrat Doug Jones.
What Does The Jerusalem Decision Mean For U.S. Jews? NPR's Michel Martin talks with Yehuda Kurtzer, president of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, and Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, about the U.S. declaration.
This Year's Christmas Tree Shortage Has Roots In The Recession This season, a tightened tree supply dates back eight to 10 years ago, when fewer trees were planted. Due also in part to an exodus of tree farmers in the industry, prices have more than doubled.
Despite Maduro's Unpopularity, Venezuela's Opposition Isn't A Shoo-In For Election Venezuelans are suffering under increasing shortages of food, medicine, and other basics. But growing anger from this has not translated into greater success at the ballot box for the opposition.
'Desert Bus': Even In Virtual Reality, It's Still 'Boring' <em>Desert Bus</em> may be the world's most boring video game. Players drive a bus from Arizona to Nevada in real time, an eight-hour trip. Now the game has a sequel - just as boring, but in virtual reality.
Barbershop: Russia Olympic Ban, NFL Hitting And More On this week's Barbershop, NPR's Michel Martin talks sports and culture with journalism professor and sports commentator Kevin Blackistone, CNN's AJ Willingham, and documentarian Bryan Fogel.
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