It's been a whirlwind week in politics — Hillary Clinton testified at the Benghazi hearings and there might be a new Speaker in the House. Scott Simon talks with NPR politics editor Ron Elving.
Hurricane Patricia caused less damage than expected, but Mexico is preparing for flooding after the historic storm. We'll have the latest.
Over 11 million people now live in the U.S. illegally, about a quarter of whom come from places not in Latin America. That includes unauthorized Irish, and they're pushing for immigration reform, too.
Scott Simon speaks with the authors of a new book about the two dozen theme songs produced by the James Bond films, and what they say about the times in which they were written.
Host Scott Simon talks World Series (that'd be baseball) with Howard Bryant of ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine.
Host Scott Simon remembers bra expert Milton Schwartz, who made decades of women feel beautiful.
Nothing was safe from Drake and his viral Hotline Bling video this week. Not even politics.
In response to recent attacks, some Israeli schools have banned Palestinian janitors. One Jerusalem school had lengthy discussions and then took a vote.
From a dining room to a den of romance: That's the transformation the dimming switch first promised. Since 1959, Joel Spira's invention has promised heightened passion — if only you dial it down.
The Royals will make their second trip to the World Series in two years after beating Toronto 4-3 in Game 6 of the American League Championship Series. They host the New York Mets in Game 1 Tuesday.
DOJ finds there is no evidence to support a criminal prosecution over the Internal Revenue Service's mishandling of conservative non-profit political groups.
The Category 5 storm, which at one point had wind speeds of 200 miles per hour, hit Mexico's coast with 165 mph winds Friday night.
Hillary survives the Hill, Biden chills, and Ben Carson moves in on Donald Trump.
After the financial crisis, the Fed created over $3 trillion. To undo this, they have a new trick. Today on the show, how the Federal Reserve plans to make that money disappear.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida disputes an NPR account.