Gas Station Cashier Remembers 1992 Los Angeles Riots Carol Park grew up working in a bulletproof cashier's booth at a gas station in Compton, Calif. Now, 25 years after the Los Angeles riots, she reflects on the violence and racism that shaped the city.
Conservatives Debate Where Things Stand After Trump's First 100 Days Steve Inskeep talks to Jonah Goldberg of the<em> National Review</em> and Chris Buskirk, publisher and editor of the website American Greatness, to measure President Trump's first 100 days in office.
President Of Tajikistan Insists On Long Title "The Founder of Peace and National Unity, Leader of the Nation, President of the Republic of Tajikistan, His Excellency Emomali Rahmon," is how state media will have to introduce the president.
Rhode Island Sends Out Double Tax Rebates The Rhode Island Department of Revenue mistakenly mailed out duplicate tax refund checks. The extra checks went to about 500 people and total more than $360,000. But only one of each can be cashed.
A Democrat And Advocate On Trump's First 100 Days NPR's David Greene talks with Maria Teresa Kumar about President Trump's first 100 days. She's a Democrat and the executive director of Voto Latino, a political advocacy organization for Latinos.
Pope Francis Arrives In Egypt After Attacks On Christians Pope Francis arrives in Egypt on Friday, after the Islamic State claimed responsibility for attacks on two Coptic Christian churches this month that killed dozens of people.
The Rev. Cecil Murray, Then And Now On The 1992 LA Riots It's been 25 years since the Los Angeles riots. NPR's David Greene talks with the Rev. Cecil Murray, a former pastor at First African Methodist Episcopal Church in Los Angeles.
'A Denuclearized Korean Peninsula' Is The Goal, Tillerson Says Steve Inskeep speaks to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson about the Trump administration's goals and strategy in dealing with North Korea's latest provocations.
Who Gains And Who's Left Out Of Georgetown's Reparations Plan Georgetown University says it will try to atone to the descendants of slaves sold more than a century ago. One concrete step is "preferential admissions" for descendants, but it doesn't help everyone.