Trump's Rhetoric Renews Debate In Guam: Is Being 'Tip Of The Spear' Worth It? People on the U.S. territory of Guam find their home caught between North Korea and President Trump's escalating rhetoric. But it's not just talk if you're the Americans being targeted, say residents.
Ancient Iraqi Art On Display In Italy At Venice Biennale The Iraqi Pavilion at the Venice Bienniale places ancient artwork saved from extremist destruction alongside work by contemporary artists as a way to make sense of the country's complicated history.
Calif. Communities Impacted By Rising Seas File Climate Suit Two California counties and the city of Imperial Beach filed a tobacco-style lawsuit against oil, gas and coal companies alleging they knew about climate change and misled the public.
Unearthed Canaanite Graves Shed Light On Descendants In Lebanon DNA analysis of an ancient burial ground shows that today's Lebanese are genetic descendants of the biblical Canaanites. That has some Lebanese re-evaluating their fractured identity.
Art Camp Thrives On 8 Open Lots On Hamtramck-Detroit Border In Hamtramck, Mich., a working class city almost surrounded by Detroit, camp is not affordable for many kids. An artist has started a camp inspired by adventure playgrounds and neighborhood artists.
YA Books Are Targeted In Intense Social Media Callouts, Rosenfield Says A young adult novel is fiercely criticized on Twitter and accused of being racist by those who haven't read it. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Kat Rosenfield, who covered the story for Vulture.
Disney Settles Defamation Case With Beef Products Inc. Disney disclosed it paid $177 million to settle the "pink slime" defamation case involving the ABC network which it owns. NPR's Scott Simon talks to University of Michigan law professor Lenn Niehoff.
Kenyan President Wins Re-Election But The Opposition Still Has Doubts Kenya's incumbent president immediately offered an olive branch to the opposition after his re-election was made official. But his challenger is digging in on claims that the vote was rigged.
Former Presidential Candidate Evan McMullin On Centerist Politics NPR's Scott Simon talks to Evan McMullin, an independent presidential candidate in the 2016 campaign, about the place for centrist politics in the U.S. political landscape.
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