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In a major win for tribal sovereignty, Supreme Court upholds Indian Child Welfare Act

Thursday, June 15, 2023

The Supreme Court ruled to uphold the Indian Child Welfare Act. The case involved a challenge to the law, which gives priority to Native tribes when Native children are adopted.


Now-Tony winner Jodie Comer talks about her Broadway play 'Prima Facie'

Monday, June 12, 2023

NPR's Juana Summers talks with actress Jodie Comer about the Broadway premiere of her play Prima Facie.


'Some Like It Hot' on Broadway remixes the original 1959 charm for a modern audience

Friday, June 09, 2023

The Broadway adaptation of the 1959 classic movie Some Like It Hot is the most Tony nominated show this year.


Behind the ousting of CNN CEO Chris Licht after one tumultuous year

Wednesday, June 07, 2023

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Puck media reporter Dylan Byers on the ousting of CNN CEO Chris Licht after barely one year.


Filipino cuisine is in the spotlight, but don't call it a trend

Tuesday, June 06, 2023

Filipino chefs and restaurants were in the spotlight Monday night with at least five nominations at the James Beard Awards.


'Past Lives' star Greta Lee on how language and identity are intertwined

Friday, June 02, 2023

Greta Lee stars in the new movie Past Lives. She talks with NPR's Ailsa Chang about the film and the ways language and identity are intertwined.


Uganda's LGBTQ community faces harsh legislation — including the death penalty

Monday, May 29, 2023

Uganda's president has approved some of the harshest anti LGBTQ legislation in the world, including life imprisonment and even the death penalty. What will this mean for Uganda's queer community now?


A violin bow worth tens of thousands of dollars snapped mid-performance

Friday, May 19, 2023

A violinist's bow snapped mid-performance at the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.


Conservationists rush to vaccinate California condors as avian flu strikes

Thursday, May 18, 2023

Conservationists are rushing to vaccinate critically endangered California condors against deadly avian flu. Ashleigh Blackford of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is overseeing the effort.


'No violins': Michael J. Fox reflects on his career and life with Parkinson's

Sunday, May 14, 2023

When Michael J. Fox describes his experience with Parkinson's disease in his new documentary, he's extremely blunt. But talking with NPR this week, he hasn't lost the humor that made him famous.


Michael J. Fox reflects on his career and life with Parkinson's

Friday, May 12, 2023

Actor Michael J. Fox talks about his documentary, Still, about his diagnosis with Parkinson's disease.


This anthology wants us to redefine fitness for ourselves

Wednesday, May 10, 2023

NPR's Juana Summers talks with Justice Roe Williams, who coedited Deconstructing the Fitness Industrial Complex: How to Resist, Disrupt, and Reclaim What it Means to Be Fit in American Culture.


What's next, now that the IRS has a new commissioner and a new budget

Thursday, May 04, 2023

Danny Werfel is in place as the new IRS commissioner with a new budget courtesy of the Inflation Reduction Act. How's he going to spend it?


8th-graders' history and civics scores drop on a national test

Wednesday, May 03, 2023

Jonathan Collins, a professor of political science, public policy and education at Brown University, talks about the so-called "Nation's Report Card" on civics and U.S. history.


What's a duchy anyway? King Charles' private estates, explained

Tuesday, May 02, 2023

NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks with investigative reporter Jane Bradley about King Charles III billion-dollar real estate portfolio as Britain faces a cost-of-living crisis.


A forgotten peace petition started after WWI has resurfaced and is inspiring hope

Saturday, April 29, 2023

A women's petition for peace written after World War I was signed by nearly three-quarters of all the women in Wales. It was then forgotten for nearly a century.


Group outlines lessons learned from COVID pandemic in new report

Tuesday, April 25, 2023

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Philip Zelikow about the forthcoming report "Lessons Learned From Covid War: An Investigative Report" by the Covid Crisis Group.


Rare Shakespeare first edition on sale for $7.5 million

Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Four hundred years after it was first printed, Shakespeare's First Folio is up for sale for $7.5 million. The book contains a near-complete collection of the bard's plays.


Jimmy Butler connects over coffee with Bucks fan

Friday, April 21, 2023

Milwaukee local and coffee roaster Ryan Hoban made an unexpected connection with NBA All-Star Jimmy Butler over coffee this week.


Sudan faces rising humanitarian need as fighting continues

Tuesday, April 18, 2023

NPR's Scott Detrow talks with Arshad Malik, Sudan's director for Save the Children, about the humanitarian aid that is already needed by about 16 million people — roughly a third of the population.