In Han Kang's sharp, almost painfully sensitive new novel, set during and after South Korea's 1980 Gwangju student uprising, people spill blood — but they also brave death to donate it.
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Boston, San Francisco, London, Sydney — D.C.'s massive protest has spawned sister marches in all 50 states and hundreds of cities across seven continents. Here's a glimpse of some of the biggest.
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Our panelists predict what will be the biggest surprise out of President Trump's first week in office.
All the news we couldn't fit anywhere else.
Bill reads three news-related limerick: Buffalo Mohel Wings; Broquets; Siri Charmin
More questions for the panel...iSmooch; Catpuccino
Our panelists read three stories about someone going to extreme lengths to get free parking, only one of which is true.
Lemony Snicket, aka Daniel Handler, is the author behind "A Series of Unfortunate Events" and "All the Wrong Questions." He'll answer three questions about the people who handle our luggage.
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Our panelists answer questions about the week's news...Swiss Mister
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week's news...Carnage Talk; Lollapasnooza; Cabinet of Blunders
Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.
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Less than a day after President Trump's inauguration, protesters are taking to the streets to oppose his policies. Between a rally and a march, they aim to call attention to a broad list of demands.
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Writer Nikole Hannah-Jones says "individual choices" contribute to school segregation. Muslim comedian Zahra Noorbakhsh turned to prayer after Trump's election. Bloom discusses Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.
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Spectators traveled from around the country to witness the 45th president take office. Blocks away from the incoming president, these people braved crowds and weather to attend for different reasons.
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Will Estrada is chairman of the Loudoun County Republican Committee in Virginia. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with him about Trump's inauguration.
Golf will return as the prominent presidential sport. And football legend and African-American icon Jim Brown shocked the political sports community by supporting Donald Trump.
Women's marches will be taking place all over the country on Saturday. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Brandy Calvert. She'll be marching in Wichita, Kan.
There was no inaugural poet for Friday's ceremonies, so NPR's Scott Simon picked a poem to mark the occasion: Lawrence Ferlinghetti's Populist Manifesto No. 1.
Is the Women's March on Washington inclusive? Kay S. Hymowitz, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute argues in a recent New York Times op-ed that it may only reinforce divisions in the country.
One of the groups that traveled to Washington, D.C. to celebrate President Trump's inauguration was Bikers for Trump. They rode into the city on their motorcycles.