DA Will Seek Retrial In Cosby Case After days of deliberation, the judge in the Bill Cosby case has declared a mistrial. Earlier today, the District Attorney Kevin Steele announced his intention to seek a retrial.
'Gracious Address' By Queen Elizabeth II Won't Have All The Ceremonial Dress All the pomp and circumstance of Elizabeth II's speech to Parliament won't be all the pomp and circumstance it usually is. That's a bummer for NPR's Melissa Block as she writes in this commentary.
The Rising Price Of Butter Could Be A Harbinger Of A French Croissant Crisis The price of butter has gone up in France, and bakers worry the price of croissants may have to go up too. French baker Francois Brault tells Melissa Block about how his bakery is affected.
The Controversy Over Charging Drug Dealers With Murder After Overdoses In Florida, some prosecutors are filing murder charges against fentanyl dealers whose customers overdose. Prosecutors say it holds dealers accountable, but critics say it won't cut drug use.
What's Next For Brexit: 'Hard' Or 'Soft' NPR's Melissa Block speaks to George Parker, political editor of the <em>Financial Times</em>, about Brexit negotiations, how it will impact day-to-day life for Britons, and the fate of the European Union.