Sarah McCammon

Sarah McCammon appears in the following:

Coronavirus Pandemic Takes A Toll On ER Doctors' Health And Families

Saturday, March 28, 2020

Some doctors are sending their children to live elsewhere and rearranging their personal lives as they fight the epidemic.


State Officials Battle Over Abortion During Medical Supply Shortage

Friday, March 27, 2020

Republican officials in a growing number of states say abortion is a nonessential procedure that can be delayed during the coronavirus pandemic; Democratic attorneys general are pushing back.


COVID-19 Is Pausing Elective Medical Procedures. In Some Places, That Means Abortion

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

As hospitals cancel elective surgeries to preserve medical supplies to treat coronavirus patients, some abortion rights opponents say abortion should be considered a nonessential procedure.


Anti-Abortion Rights Groups Ask HHS To Urge End To Abortion During Pandemic

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Groups opposed to abortion rights have signed a letter asking federal health officials to urge abortion providers to "cease operations" in an effort to preserve medical equipment.


As Economy Struggles, Nonprofits Ask Congress For Help

Monday, March 23, 2020

Nonprofit groups say the nation's charitable sector has been especially hard-hit amid the coronavirus pandemic. Several national groups are calling on Congress for $60 billion in emergency funding.


In Ohio, A Debate About Whether Abortion Counts As An 'Essential Service'

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Abortion rights groups say the coronarvirus crisis is being used as a cover to restrict abortion access statewide.


Drive-Through Coronavirus Tests Begin To Pop Up Around The United States

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Around the country, drive-through testing sites are popping up to screen patients for COVID-19. The goal is to improve surveillance and reduce pressure on emergency rooms.


How To Be Alone, But Not Lonely, Despite The Coronavirus

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

As social distancing becomes common practice because of the new coronavirus, people are finding ways to stay connected and fight isolation.


As Missouri Clinic Awaits Its Legal Fate, Abortions In State Have Virtually Halted

Thursday, March 12, 2020

The state has one remaining clinic in St. Louis, but Planned Parenthood officials say just three abortions were performed there in February, down from 174 in the same month a year ago.


Schools And Businesses Grapple With How To Cope With Coronavirus

Sunday, March 08, 2020

Schools and businesses are hiring industrial cleaning companies to prevent coronavirus infection but it may be most valuable as a confidence measure.


The Deep Divide Between Urban And Rural Voters

Tuesday, March 03, 2020

Cities and rural areas tend to vote differently. We visit communities in and around Charlotte, N.C., and find that voters in each place feel that they live a world apart from their neighbors.


Abortion Returns To The Supreme Court This Week With Case On Hospital Privileges

Sunday, March 01, 2020

The Supreme Court will hear a major abortion case on Wednesday that is focused on whether doctors should be required to have local hospital privileges.


The Next Site For Democrats' Ad War: North Carolina

Saturday, February 29, 2020

As voters prepare to go to the polls on Super Tuesday, there's an ad war playing out in Charlotte, N.C.


Controversial Endorsement: Charlotte Mayor Backs Bloomberg

Thursday, February 27, 2020

North Carolina is becoming a purple state — a target for Democrats and a must-win for Republicans. Michael Bloomberg was involved in Charlotte, long before he declared his presidential candidacy.


NPR Will Repeatedly Check In With Voters In Charlotte, N.C.

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

NPR is repeatedly visiting several cities which will play a big role in the 2020 presidential election. First stop: Charlotte to see where voters are on the issues and on the candidates.


Thousands Of Fetal Remains, Found After Abortion Provider's Death, Buried In Indiana

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

The 2,411 fetal remains were buried in a single donated grave in South Bend, Ind., during a service presided over by Indiana's Republican attorney general, Curtis Hill.


The Scene From Iowa As Caucuses Begin

Monday, February 03, 2020

Minutes away from the start of the Iowa caucuses, NPR's political team is the Midwestern state with the candidates — and also in the studio awaiting results.


On A New EP, SayGrace Breaks Down Her 'Defining Moments'

Sunday, February 02, 2020

The Australian singer who previously released music simply as Grace talks to NPR's Sarah McCammon about her personal evolution since a 2015 hit, relationships and TikTok.


'BoJack Horseman' Rides Into the Sunset

Saturday, February 01, 2020

Netflix's adult animation series about a washed-up sitcom star who happens to be a horse set its serious examinations of addiction, trauma and mental illness against a bright, cartoony backdrop.


Trump Speaks At March For Life, An Anti-Abortion Rights Demonstration

Friday, January 24, 2020

With just months before the election and an impeachment trial underway, on Friday President Trump addressed the March for Life, an annual anti-abortion rights rally in Washington, D.C.