Acting Since She Was A Child, Amber Tamblyn Is Now A Director Amber Tamblyn's directorial debut, <em>Paint It Black</em>, is adapted from Janet Fitch's novel of the same name. Tamblyn tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about how she convinced Fitch to let her adapt it.
Amtrak Is Under Fire For Delays At New York's Penn Station After a month of breakdowns and delays at Penn Station, Amtrak will be making major repairs to tracks, but leaders from New York and New Jersey are calling on Amtrak to give up control of the station.
Norwegian Seed Vault Guarantees Crops Won't Become Extinct Burrowed into the side of a mountain, on a Norwegian island deep in the Arctic, is the Global Seed Vault, a small building where vital seed varieties are kept in a deep freeze year round.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Writes About His Friendship With Coach Wooden NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to writer and sports legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar about his book, <em>Coach Wooden and Me</em>, about his 50-year relationship with his UCLA basketball coach John Wooden.
Basquiat Painting Becomes Priciest Work Ever Sold By A U.S. Artist NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to art critic Jerry Saltz about the Basquiat painting that sold at auction Thursday night for the record-breaking price of $110.5 million.
While Overseas, Trump Aims To Shore Up Relations With Isreal After Saudi Arabia, President Trump's next stop on his first trip abroad as president will be Israel. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navaro talks to former U.S. ambassador to Israel Daniel Kurtzer.
Status Check: Where Voting Rights Cases Stand With The Supreme Court The high Court decided not to hear a case on North Carolina's restrictive voting law. But other cases are moving forward. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to Richard Hasen, law professor at UC Irvine.
With Trump In Office, Did The Kremlin Get More Than It Bargained For? The Kremlin never hid its preference for Donald Trump and celebrated his election victory. But there seem to be mixed feelings in Moscow at what has happened since Trump took office.