Bill reads three news-related limericks: Beijing Won't Let it Go; Rude Whole Foods; One step closer to the Bro-lympics.
More questions for the panel: Machine Gun Bacon; A 10-Yard Penalty for Spoilers.
Our panelists tell three stories about an unlikely hero in the news.
Our panelists answer questions about the week's news: Anger Mismanagement.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week's news...Debate Night; Say it Is so, Joe; The Hitchhiker's Guide to Philly.
Kine is the host and creator of the Mystery Show podcast. We attempt to mystify her with three questions about the beloved cartoon character who debuted 75 years ago this week.
It's off-season in the world of big-league sports, but NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to correspondent Tom Goldman about the sports we might overlook during the rest of the year.
Bradley Somer's new novel follows (literally) Ian the goldfish, who's catching glimpses of life and love in the apartments he passes as his bowl plummets from a 27th-floor balcony.
We visit one of the last — and best — practitioners of this vanishing art. Like his predecessors, he lives in Ecuador, not Panama.
The songwriter has risen fast from playing English pubs to being a contender for the UK equivalent of the Grammys. He tells Weekend Edition about the bleak moment that inspired his song "Scars."
Some 3,000 migrants from the Middle East and North Africa are now camping out in the port city of Calais. Celine Schmitt of the United Nations refugee agency discusses their plight.
Beverly Jenkins writes historical romances — about free black towns, lawmen and cowboys and Civil War vets. She says her mission is to illuminate the parts of black history you don't learn in school.
Officials hope an ambitious plan to divert the Mississippi River will revitalize the wetlands that are a natural buffer against storms and floods. Opponents say the changes will upset local habitats.
We've tallied up the top foreign nations, policy topics and candidate mentions during Thursday night's first Republican face-off.
The suit says Gordon, with whom she lived near Atlanta, gave her a "toxic cocktail," and placed her face-down in water. Brown died almost six months after she was found unconscious in a bathtub.