Lawless Libya: The Jumping Off Point For Migrants Heading To Europe NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Rebecca Murray, a freelance reporter for McClatchy in Libya, about the collapse of law and order, the rise of the self-declared Islamic State and the migrant crisis.
What's That Smell? The Beautiful Tree That's Causing Quite A Stink Once embraced by cities for its beautiful white flowers, disease resistance and ability to grow just about anywhere, the Callery pear is now considered a nuisance due to its smell and invasive nature.
Clearing The Tangled Path For Land Ownership In The West Bank Palestinians often buy and sell land without title deeds, or proof of ownership. That's because most of the land doesn't have them. It's a problem dating back generations.
Protests Continue In Baltimore Over Death Of Freddie Gray NPR has the latest on the protests in Baltimore over the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray. Gray died of a fatal spinal cord injury while in police custody.
HIV Outbreak In Indiana Grows With Nearly 140 Confirmed Cases NPR's Melissa Block speaks with Indiana State Health Commissioner Dr. Jerome Adams for the latest on the Indiana HIV outbreak. There are now 136 confirmed cases tied to injection drug users in one community in rural Scott County.
Keith Murdoch, Father Of Media Baron, Disclosed Disaster At Gallipoli NPR's Robert Siegel interviews Australian journalist Peter FitzSimons, author of <em>Gallipoli,</em> about how Keith Murdoch defied military censors and got the word out about how badly the battle was going.
Native American Actors Walk Off Set of Adam Sandler Movie A dozen Native American actors walked off the set of director Adam Sandler's <em>The Ridiculous Six</em> Wednesday claiming the native characters and culture in the film were mocked and degraded.
California Cities Struggle To Meet Water Conservation Targets Early next month, California plans to finalize its emergency water conservation plan. Cities are under the gun to cut their water usage from anywhere between 15 and 40 percent.
Week In Politics: Clinton Foundation, Drone Strikes NPR's Melissa Block talks with E.J. Dionne of the <em>Washington Post</em> and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of <em>The New York Times</em> about the Clinton Foundation financial news and drone strikes.