A 12-Year-Old's Script Becomes Reality In 'City Girl' <em>Parenthood</em> star Sarah Ramos recently found a script for a romantic comedy that she wrote when she was 12 years old. She decided to turn it into a web series, called <em>City Girl</em>.
Atoning For The Past In 'The Twelve Lives Of Samuel Hawley' In Hannah Tinti's new novel, a daughter discovers her father's dark past by investigating the 12 bullet scars on his body. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Tinti about <em>The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley</em>.
Saturday Sports: A Potential Women's Hockey Boycott Scott Simon talks to Howard Bryant of ESPN about the upcoming women's hockey championship. The U.S. women's team says they may boycott the event over what they say is unequal treatment.
Nationalist Polish Government Wants Changes To World War II Museum A new World War II museum just opened in the Polish city of Gdansk. But the populist Polish government wants to take over the museum and reshape its exhibits to fit a narrower, more flattering view.
British Police Conduct Searches, Death Toll Rises After London Attack The latest on the attack in London this week that killed at least five people, including the attacker, and injured at least 50 people.
How Do You Say 'Gorsuch'? Partisan disagreements ran through this week's Senate hearings for Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch. One issue the members really struggled with was pronunciation of the nominee's name.
What's Ahead For Investigations Into The Trump Campaign And Russia NPR's Scott Simon talks to Associated Press reporter Jeff Horwitz about the latest news stories linking members of the Trump campaign to the Russian government.
'After The Storm' Continues In Director Hirokazu Kore-eda's Tradition <em>After the Storm</em> is the latest from internationally revered Japanese writer/director Hirokazu Kore-eda. Like his last several films, it deals with a family going through death and divorce.
Multiple Homes Mean More Costly Protection For Presidents President Trump has two residences outside of the White House. That arrangement is very expensive for taxpayers, and it turns out, there is a federal law that tries to tame such spending.