Parkland Shooting Survivor Discusses Newfound Activism To End Gun Violence In advance of the "March for Our Lives" rally in Washington, Gabe Glassman, a sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, and his mother, Lisa Glassman, discuss how they've changed since the shooting.
Student Civil Rights Protesters From The 1960s Discuss 'March For Our Lives' As high school students prepare to come to Washington, D.C. for the "March For Our Lives," several former student civil rights marchers discuss their experiences and view of today's student movement.
Political Subtext In Wes Anderson's 'Isle Of Dogs' Is More Bark Than Bite Wes Anderson returns to stop action animation — a technique that won him an Oscar nomination for <em>Fantastic Mr. Fox</em>-- in his latest film, <em>Isle of Dogs.</em>
As Fighting Season Begins In Afghanistan, Trump Administration Aims For Peace Talks The Trump administration aims to turn up the heat on the Taliban and force those fighters into peace talks proposed by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. Positive assessments by U.S. commanders there during a visit by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis are a stark contrast to darker appraisals from the U.S. intelligence community and a top Afghanistan scholar.
How Incoming National Security Adviser John Bolton's Style Aligns President Trump's John Bolton is the latest Fox news commentator to join the Trump administration. He's built up a reputation as a hawk, rather than a consensus builder on some of the most pressing issues facing the U.S., Iran and North Korea.
A Tale of Two Books: Bunny Of The United States Hops Onto The Page One bunny — Marlon Bundo Pence — is the subject of two very different books. A day before the Pence family released their's, comedian John Oliver released a parody.
China Threatening To Retaliate Against U.S. With Pork Tariffs China is threatening to place a tariff on U.S. pork in retaliation to the White House's move to tax steel, aluminum and various technology.
Egyptian Government Implements Free Speech Restrictions Ahead Of Elections With elections next week almost certain to give Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi another term, the government has imposed tight restrictions on free speech. Reporters aren't supposed to ask people how they vote.
Why People Are Reluctant To Call The Austin Bomber A Terrorist The suspect in the Austin bombings has been described as "troubled" by both police and the media. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks to NPR Code Switch reporter Gene Demby about why people seem reluctant to call him a terrorist.
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