Amid Societal Shifts, What Will New Mormon Leader Appointments Mean? The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will announce three new top leaders. Scholar Matthew Bowman discusses what the change could mean at a time when social issues challenge the faith.
Nine Aid Workers Killed In Airstrikes On Kunduz Hospital As the Afghan government struggles to retake Kunduz from the Taliban, suspected U.S. airstrikes have hit a Médecins Sans Frontières facility in the city. NPR's Philip Reeves provides an update.
An American Pigskin In London: Jets, Dolphins Head To U.K. The New York Jets and Miami Dolphins play in London Sunday. Andrea Kremer of HBO's <em>Real Sports</em> and the NFL Network says that despite logistical challenges, it could mean big profits for the NFL.
Boyhood Encounter With UFO Inspired Art That Soared Around The World Romanian-born artist Ionel Talpazan lived on the streets of New York, making art that eventually hung in fine galleries from San Francisco to France. NPR's Scott Simon reflects on his vivid work.
Obama On Guns: 'Our Inaction Is A Political Decision' This week the president lamented how routine mass shootings have become and expressed frustration at the lack of political action on gun violence. NPR's Scott Simon and Ron Elving talk about the week.
Cereal Cafe Meets Serious Opposition In Shoreditch A cafe in East London that sells $5 bowls of cereal was attacked by protesters, who say gentrification is ruining the neighborhood. Alan Keery, co-owner of the cafe, speaks with NPR's Scott Simon.