Montenegro's Foreign Minister Reacts To Trump's Criticism Of His Country NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Montenegrin Foreign Minister Srdjan Darmanovic about President Trump's comments about Montenegro people as "very aggressive" and implying they would start World War III.
Brady Bunch House Goes On The Market For $1.88 Billion The house used for exteriors in the original Brady Bunch TV series is on the market for $1.88 million. Realtors are expecting a lot of lookers, if not buyers for the Studio City, Calif., ranch-style house
Sean Spicer On Trump's Inauguration Records And The Role Of The Press Secretary NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with former press secretary Sean Spicer about why he said President Trump's inauguration broke audience records despite evidence to the contrary and whether the press secretary has an obligation to tell the truth to the American people.
In California, Big Sur Is Finally Fully Reconnected To The Rest Of The World Now that a segment of the Pacific Coast Highway off Big Sur has reopened, we return to artist and resident Erin Gafill for a chat.
After Trump-Putin Summit, A Look At How States Are Preparing For Midterm Elections NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill about state election security ahead to the 2018 midterm elections.
Sen. Jeff Flake Delivers Rebuke Of Trump-Putin Summit On Thursday, Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake delivered a blistering rebuke of President Trump's Helsinki summit and his meeting with Russian President Putin.
How 1 Tweet From Tesla And SpaceX CEO Elon Musk Affected His Companies Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk caused an uproar last weekend when he tweeted that one of the British divers involved the Thai cave rescue was a "pedo." NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Ashlee Vance, a reporter for <em>Bloomberg Businessweek,</em> about the tweet and its fallout.
Survivors Of Past Political Violence Will Monitor This Year's Elections In Zimbabwe Zimbabwe goes to the polls July 30, for its first election post-Mugabe. A new program is training survivors of past political violence to be citizen monitors for this year's elections.
How Video Games Can Help Us Explore Ideas About Race Gaming conventions generate hype for one of the biggest media industries in the world. One convention in New York targets people of color with a theme of how they can create games that incorporate — and teach others — ideas of politics and race.
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