Lulu Garcia-Navarro

Lulu Garcia-Navarro appears in the following:

Measles Outbreak Kills Dozens Of Kids On Samoa And Infects Thousands More

Sunday, December 01, 2019

Samoa is under a state of emergency as its health system struggles with the crisis. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to the editor of the Samoa Observer, Keni Lesah.

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To Help Coral Reefs Come Back, Fake It (With Sound) 'Til Fish Make It

Sunday, December 01, 2019

Researchers have found that by playing the sounds of healthy reefs in places where coral has died, fish are more readily attracted back, and help speed the reef's recovery.

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Iraq Prime Minister Finally Bows To Protesters Demands, Agrees To Resign

Sunday, December 01, 2019

After hundreds of demonstrators were killed by Iraqi forces, Adel Abdul Mahdi announced he will step down as the country's leader. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks to Mahdi's advisor, Laith Kubba.

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How The Catholic Church Aided Both The Sick And The Sickness As HIV Spread

Sunday, December 01, 2019

On World AIDS Day, NPR's Lulu Garcia Navarro speaks with Michael O'Loughlin, host of the podcast Plague, which examines the church's roles in caring for AIDS patients and campaigning against condoms.

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Latino Voters Were A Force In Nevada In 2018. Who Will They Back In 2020?

Sunday, December 01, 2019

Iowa will vote first in 2020, but Nevada, on Feb. 22, is first in the West — and the first with a lot of Latino voters. Journalist Humberto Sanchez explains the priorities of his state's Hispanics.

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Rachael Ray At 50: 'Eat Your Spaghetti!'

Sunday, November 24, 2019

The television chef celebrates a milestone with a new book, Rachael Ray 50, that's part cookbook and part memoir. She says she wanted to show that women older than 50 can still be relevant in America.

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Stephen Miller And 'The Camp Of The Saints,' A White Nationalist Reference

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

The White House adviser has read the racist 1973 book, according to leaked emails. For far-right activists, the work of fiction has helped to shape real ideology and anti-immigration stances.

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Experts Worry Active Shooter Drills In Schools Could Be Traumatic For Students

Sunday, November 10, 2019

With lockdown drills now commonplace in public schools, experts question if they're doing more harm than good. "We don't light a fire in the hallway to practice fire drills," one professor tells NPR.

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Emilia Clarke On 'Last Christmas,' Brexit And Life After 'Game Of Thrones'

Sunday, November 03, 2019

Her new romantic comedy, also starring Henry Golding, is set to George Michael tunes, was co-written by Emma Thompson and takes place in London in winter.

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In The 'Dream House,' Carmen Maria Machado Recounts Nightmares

Sunday, November 03, 2019

Carmen Maria Machado's new memoir is a haunting account of an abusive relationship with a former girlfriend. One of the hardest things in the book, she says, was acknowledging the damage it did.

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A Reporter's Story About Slavery Leads To A Shocking Discovery About Her Roots

Sunday, October 20, 2019

Reporter Deborah Barfield Berry was part of a team tasked with telling the story of 1619, the year the first slaves arrived in America. Ultimately, Berry's reporting took her on a very personal trip.

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Ukraine Probe Advances With New Characters And Plot Twists

Sunday, October 13, 2019

We examine the latest in the Ukraine probe — including a new off-shoot: the indictment of two associates of Rudy Giuliani, who is President Trump's personal attorney.

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In 'Me,' Elton John Pulls Back The Curtain On A Storied Life

Sunday, October 13, 2019

In a wide-ranging interview with NPR about his memoir, the rock star shares that at 72 years old, he's finally ready to look back. He offers thoughts on his royal friends, drug use and cell phones.

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Ronan Farrow Stands By His Reporting On NBC's 'Corrosive' Secrecy Around Sexual Abuse

Friday, October 11, 2019

Farrow tells NPR powerful media executives went to great lengths to kill his story on sexual assault allegations, to the point where he thought, if it didn't see light, "more people would get hurt."

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NBC News Staff Upset With Leadership After Allegations In Ronan Farrow Book

Friday, October 11, 2019

In a new book, Ronan Farrow alleges that NBC executives tried to halt his reporting on Harvey Weinstein and reveals the identity of the woman whose complaint got Matt Lauer fired.

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What It's Like To Harvest Seaweed

Sunday, October 06, 2019

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro pays a visit to Larch Hanson, who has been harvesting wild seaweed in Maine for more than 40 years.

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Natalie Portman Is 'Lucy In The Sky,' With An Existential Crisis

Sunday, October 06, 2019

The star of a new movie and director Noah Hawley say that their film — based on the life of astronaut Lisa Nowak — aims to keep a woman in psychological decline from becoming a punchline.

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The Gulf Of Maine Is Warming, And Its Whales Are Disappearing

Sunday, October 06, 2019

Waters off the coast of Maine are warming faster than 99 percent of the world's oceans. That's forcing whales northward in pursuit of prey, threatening some of their already dwindling populations.

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'I Have To Ask You This': Julián Castro Pressed By Immigration Activist, Rancher

Friday, October 04, 2019

NPR's new series Off Script, which gives voters the chance to sit down with presidential candidates and ask questions, kicks off with undecided voters and former HUD Secretary Julián Castro.

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Brad Pitt On Making 'Ad Astra,' Processing Trauma And Channeling David Bowie

Sunday, September 22, 2019

The actor stars in a new science-fiction blockbuster about more than just an astronaut on a space mission: "We wanted to do something very sincere and raw and painfully honest," he says.

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