Las Vegas Survivor Discusses Life After Shooting Many witnesses to the Las Vegas shooting are still dealing with the emotional toll. NPR's Lakshmi Singh spoke survivor Misty Jones, who was uninjured, but thinks about the traged every day.
Film 'Te Ata' Tells Real Life Story Of Prolific Native American Performer <em>Te Ata</em> is about the true story of Mary Thompson Fisher, a Chickasaw storyteller who was born and raised in the Chickasaw Nation. She became one of the greatest Native American performers ever.
Ban The Box: What This New Law Means For Potential Employees With A Criminal Record A law in California took effect preventing companies from requiring job applicants to disclose criminal histories. NPR's Lakshmi Singh talks with National Employment Law Project attorney Beth Avery.
Spain Will Fire Catalonia Leaders, Force New Elections Spain's prime minister says he's firing the Catalan regional government and forcing elections in six months. Separatists flood Barcelona's streets in protest.
A Look A The Health Crisis In Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria A month after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, millions of residents still don't have access to electricity or proper healthcare, and bacteria in the water has exposed many people to disease.
Why The Somalia Attack Is Being Compared To Sept. 11 It's been a week since a massive truck bomb blew up the center of Mogadishu in Somalia. The blast that killed more than 350 is being compared to Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in the U.S.
After 87 Years At The Smithsonian, Bones Of Alaska Natives Returned And Reburied About half of the village of Igiugig welcomed the return of 24 men, women and children for burial in their land. It took about two years for the repatriation of the remains to be approved.
Case Considers Unaccompanied Minor's Right To Have An Abortion A panel of federal judges said Friday that a 17-year-old Mexican girl in the U.S. illegally has a right to an abortion — but she's not being allowed to get the procedure yet.
Prisoners Face Uncertainty As Number Of Halfway Houses Are Cut The Justice Department has ended contracts with several halfway houses across the country. That change means inmates will likely stay in prison longer and have a tougher transition back to society.
Reporter Pulls Blanket Off Cozy Ties Between Mattress Companies And Reviewers Shoppers go online for reviews of the products they want to buy — like mattresses. But one reporter found out that reviewers often have cozy business deals with the companies they're reviewing.