NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Timothy O'Brien, executive editor for Bloomberg View, who argues that Donald Trump could easily divest or sell his assets to avoid conflicts of interest.
The Obama administration is easing sanctions on Sudan, saying that country is helping on counter terrorism. Human rights groups call the move inexplicable.
South Florida's Cuban-American community is split over President Obama's announcement to end a policy that gives almost automatic residency to Cubans who arrive in the U.S.
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with David Brooks of the New York Times, and EJ Dionne of the Washington Post about the political news of the week.
It's the last call for our commercials for Nicer Living. It's an update of a project NPR's Susan Stamberg ran 45 years ago, where listeners wrote commercials for the little joys that make life better.
Many LGBT people fear that the incoming Trump administration will erase recent civil rights advances. They feel less safe, and also worry about others, like Muslims and those in the country illegally.
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The pianist and singer joins host Marian McPartland for a duet version of "Perdido" in a 1989 session.
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The settlement with the Justice Department is tied to a deadly defect in air bags that has been linked to at least 16 deaths. The associated recall is the largest in U.S. auto safety history.
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A company has submitted a design for what it describes as a "modular" nuclear power plant — a radical departure from other nuclear plants. Each module would be small enough to fit on a flat-bed truck.
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A week after China said it was cracking down on sales of ivory, the national carrier, Air China, said it would no longer allow shark fins to be transported as cargo on its flights.
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Critics have long raised concerns about Gen. Michael Flynn's relationship with Moscow. The nominee for national security adviser was in regular contact in December with Russia's ambassador to the U.S.
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Ace Tee takes us straight back to '90s R&B with a silky voice and a video filmed under train tracks in Hamburg.
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Listeners are divided on whether NPR reported too much or not enough.
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Thrillist reporter Kevin Alexander spent a year researching the restaurant industry in the U.S., and joins Here & Now's Robin Young to discuss his conclusions.
Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson hears the latest on the report and its findings from a reporter who's been following the case.
NPR TV critic Eric Deggans tells Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson that the show's out-of-the-box plot doesn't always make sense.
Lemony Snicket, AKA Daniel Handler, wrote the children's book series, A Series of Unfortunate Events. Handler spoke to Terry Gross in 2001 and in 2012, when he brought his accordion to the studio.
Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Femi Oke of Al Jazeera about what happened, and the online conspiracy theories that have sprung up.
Puri, who died last Friday in Mumbai, appeared in more than 300 movies, including the British film, My Son the Fanatic. Originally broadcast in 2000.
Daniel Handler has adapted his popular children's book series for Netflix. Critic David Bianculli says A Series Of Unfortunate Events is "one of the best new TV shows in a long time."
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