Pusha T On His Controversial New Album 'Daytona' NPR's Michel Martin speaks with rapper Pusha T about his latest album, <em>Daytona</em>, his relationship with Kanye West, and his growth as an artist.
Hoboken Mayor Returns From Puerto Rico Exchange Trip Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla tells NPR's Michel Martin about his week in Puerto Rico as part of the Mayor Exchange. New Jersey is still recovering from Hurricane Sandy, and has advice for Puerto Rico.
Saudi Women's Detentions Clash With Crown Prince's Reform Campaign Saudi journalist in exile Jamal Khashoggi tells NPR's Michel Martin why the Saudi government has arrested women's rights activists, even as the crown prince pushes reforms including allowing women to drive.
In 'Served Like A Girl,' Female Veterans Face Inequality In VA Support NPR's Michel Martin talks with U.S. Army veteran Jas Boothe about the documentary <em>Served Like a Girl</em>, which follows female veterans as they prepare for the 2015 Ms. Veteran America competition.
'My Third Conversion': Rev. Rob Schenck On Why He Took On Gun Control NPR's Michel Martin and Rev. Rob Schenck discuss his book, <em>Costly Grace: An Evangelical Minister's Rediscovery of Faith, Hope, and Love</em>. He's taken his pro-life message to fight gun violence.
Kilauea Volcano Disrupts Big Island's Tourist-Dependent Economy The spectacular lava fountains and fissures on Hawaii's Big Island are scaring the tourists away. That's a big problem for an island whose economy is heavily dependent on visitor dollars.
West, Midwest Prepare For Wildfire Season Prescribed burns are underway in several states right now to try to get an early handle on wildfires. But the deliberate fires carry their own risks, including widespread and persistent smoke.
Barbershop: NFL's New National Anthem Policy In the Barbershop, NPR's Michel Martin talks sports and politics with ESPN commentator Kevin Blackistone, the <em>Seattle Times</em>' Matt Calkins, and former Vikings player Chris Kluwe.
'The Tale' Review: A 'Creative Exercise' In Unravelling Sexual Abuse Victim's Denial Laura Dern stars in a new TV movie on HBO called <em>The Tale</em>. It follows a documentary filmmaker who realizes in her 40s that an experience she thought was a romance when she was 13 was actually sexual abuse.
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