The players tested a lot of new equipment so they'd be ready for next season. They tested mattresses, chose the perfect pillows, blankets and sheets — all to improve their dingy "sleep room."
A 1989 Washington Post poll found that while two-thirds of those surveyed couldn't name any of the Supreme Court justices, 54 percent could identify Judge Wapner as the judge of The People's Court.
David Greene talks to Cheo Hodari Coker — a screenwriter and creator of the Netflix series "Luke Cage" — about how people of color fared at Sunday night's Academy Awards.
On Tuesday, President Trump will address Congress. Over the weekend, he doubled down on his attacks on the press and tweeted that he will not attend the White House Correspondents' Dinner in April.
Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep talks to Harvard's Henry Louis Gates Jr., who sets out to change that with his African history series that airs Monday night on PBS.
With Obama-era rules on bathroom use by transgender students rescinded, NPR's Steve Inskeeps asks McCrory about the future of the issue. His state, North Carolina, was central to the controversy.
Talk about a surprise Hollywood ending — "Moonlight" was crowned the winner of Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony. The coming-of age film won for best picture after much confusion onstage.
Naltrexone was approved to treat alcohol disorders more than 20 years ago. But many doctors still don't know that when combined with counseling it can help people resist the urge to drink too much.
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Technology has made for more ways to leak scoops to the press than ever before. And newsrooms across the country are taking advantage of that.
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David Greene talks to Leslie Wimes of the Democratic African-American Women Caucus in Florida about the election of former Labor Secretary Tom Perez to head the Democratic National Committee.
A majority of models say they're threatened with job loss if they don't shed pounds. Researchers worry this contributes to poor body image and might increase eating disorders among teenage girls.
Paxton appeared in movies such as "Aliens" and "Titanic" and starred in the TV series "Big Love."
The environment secretary in the Philippines has decided to take on powerful mining interests. The department plans to close 23 mines over issues related to the environment.
Another Jewish cemetery has been damaged. Vandals entered Mount Carmel, a cemetery in northeast Philadelphia and vandalized more than 100 graves, toppling headstones and destroying religious markings.
Rachel Martin talks to Sarah Margon, Washington director of Human Rights Watch about the potential shift in the strategy to fight ISIS. Some worry it may call for expanding the rules of engagement.
Donald Trump speaks at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning. We discuss how Trump's idea of "America first" squares with traditional Republican ideas.
The Trump administration is denying a CNN report that it tried to enlist the FBI to rebut stories of contacts between Russian intelligence officials and people associated with the Trump campaign.
The city council in Henryetta, Okla., repealed an ordinance that had banned dancing within 500 feet of a church. Residents now can finally kick off their Sunday shoes.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie leaves office at the end of the year. Despite being an early Trump supporter, he didn't get a Cabinet spot. And a radio station was even considering him for a talk show.
Michael Ryan, a juvenile judge in Ohio, says his mom was a drug addict, and the way he parents his own son is to do the opposite. His son gets it. "I don't want to see you in court," his son says.
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