As Led Zeppelin Faces Copyright Charges, The Line Between Plagiarism And Homage Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant and Jimmy Page were in court this week answering charges of copyright infringement. Forensic musicologist Joe Bennett and NPR's Scott Simon discuss.
What Clinton, Trump Responses To Orlando Say About Their Foreign Policy Scott Simon talks with Council On Foreign Relations President Richard Haass about the presumptive nominees' reactions to the Orlando shootings and their different views of America's role in the world.
Orlando Shooter Update: Few Warning Signs Point To Radicalization While the investigation continues, officials say it is possible the shooter in this week's attack on an Orlando gay nightclub mentioned ISIS to cover for the real reason for the attack.
Violent Russian Soccer Fans Take Inspiration From England's 'Football Hooliganism' Russian fans were arrested and deported from France for their behavior at the European championship. Journalist Marc Bennetts says their acts stem from groups that terrorized stadiums 30 years ago.
In 'Obama's Guantanamo,' Detainees' Lawyers Share Stories Of Disappointment NPR's Scott Simon talks to writer Jonathan Hafetz, editor of a collection of essays by lawyers representing Guantanamo Bay detainees. It's called "Obama's Guantanamo, Stories from an Enduring Prison."
Colleague Remembers British MP Jo Cox: 'It's That Hatred That We Will Continue To Fight' British MP was killed after meeting with her constituents on Thursday. Labour MP Mary Creagh was a friend of Jo Cox, and remembers her life with NPR's Scott Simon.
Orlando Rises To Meet The Challenges Of An Awful Week With the mass shooting, the Christina Grimmie's murder and the toddler killed at a resort, Orlando has suffered lately. NPR's Scott Simon highlights the grace Orlando residents are showing each other.