The Long Saga Of Spy Jonathan Pollard Continues Even After His Release He's on parole for another five years, during which he'll have to wear a GPS ankle bracelet, won't be able to give interviews, or leave for Israel. NPR's Scott Simon reflects on his release.
Amid Growing Youth Violence In Chicago, One Woman Offers A Safety Net A devastating number of the city's young people have lost their lives to gun violence over the past few years. Diane Latiker has built a program in order to make these children's lives safer.
How To Dodge Political Squabble This Gobble Day When Thanksgiving comes during an election season, dinner table conversations can get contentious. We check in with Miss Manners to learn how we might get through the holiday without a family feud.
On Eve Of Argentine Election, Polls Lean Right If the polls are correct, Mauricio Macri will be Argentina's next president. The election of the pro-business mayor of Buenos Aires would be another sign Latin America's "pink tide" may be receding.
As Fears Mount In Germany, Syrian Refugees Grapple With Perceptions After the Paris attacks, refugees in Berlin have felt increased scrutiny, as police comb their numbers for potential threats. But many Syrians there say they fear ISIS as much as their hosts do.