President Obama Addresses the Nation on Immigration President Obama will address the nation tonight at 5pm from the White House to unveil executive actions on immigration. KCRW will carry live anchored special coverage hosted by NPR's Melissa Block that will include the President's speech and analysis.
Lost Kitchen Restaurant Made Chef's Small Hometown A Dining Destination One of the most coveted dinner experiences in America is a 40-seat restaurant in rural Maine where the chef prides herself in serving local food that diners recognize on the plate.
Three Generations Of Actresses On How Ageism Affects Women In Hollywood NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with actresses Tippi Hedren, Melanie Griffith and Dakota Johnson about how the opportunities for women in Hollywood have changed over the generations.
It's Time To Say Thnks Fr Th Mmrs To Vans Warped Tour On Wednesday, founder Kevin Lyman announced the tour is ending after 23 years. After helping launch bands like No Doubt, Sublime and countless others, next summer will be the last cross-country tour.
A Re-Evaluation Of Bill Clinton's Behavior After The Harvey Weinstein Scandal In the post-Weinstein era, today's progressives and feminists are re-evaluating former President Bill Clinton's behavior and coming to different conclusions than their older counterparts did in the late 90s. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Ezra Klein, editor of Vox, about what's being said, and about his take on Clinton's past.
Female Voters In Alabama Speak Out For And Against Roy Moore Alabama may be among the most Republican states in the nation, but will the allegations of sexual assault push some Republican women away from their party's U.S. Senate candidate, Roy Moore?
FCC Rule Rollback Makes It Easier To Buy And Sell Media Outlets NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with University of Wisconsin-Madison Professor Lewis Friedland about the FCC's decision to roll back rules that aim to curb single media companies' control of local news.
Senate Plan For Individual Tax Cuts Could Set Congress On A Collision Course Senate Republicans would phase out tax cuts for individuals after several years. Critics say they are both setting up future political crises, and hiding the true cost of their tax plan.
In 'The Problem With Apu,' Hari Kondabolu Discusses South Asian Representation Hari Kondabolu is a Brooklyn-based stand-up comedian, the child of Indian immigrants, and a big fan of <em>The Simpsons.</em> NPR's Elise Hu talks Kondabolu, whose new film <em>The Problem With Apu</em> delves into issues of South Asian representation.
If You Give Sheep Cameras, They'll Help Create Street Maps The Faroe Islands didn't have Google street view, but they wanted to. So they strapped 360-degree cameras on the backs of sheep to make their own.
Music In 'Mudbound' Intended To Evoke Earth, Dirt And Mud Afro-punk artist, Tamar-kali, makes her debut as a film composer in <em>Mudbound,</em> the new movie from director Dee Rees. Her background includes running a five-piece rock combo and a string sextet that fuses classical music and post-punk.
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