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Is it a memoir of a man's relationship with a friend or with a New England vampire? NPR's Shannon Bond talks to Paul Tremblay about his deliciously confusing thriller, "The Pallbearer's Club."NPR
In states across the country, long before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, pregnant people were already being criminally charged, convicted, and imprisoned for loss of pregnancy. Advocates for reproductive rights say this is because laws created to protect pregnant people from violence and abuse are being used to prosecute people whose pre…
NPR's London correspondent Frank Langfitt talks with Michel Martin about the NATO summit this week in Madrid, Spain.NPR
NPR's Melissa Block speaks to musician Regina Spektor, who's known for her lyricism, about her first album in six years, "Home, Before And After."NPR
The Supreme Court ends its term and Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson takes the bench. And how does the Christian right keep securing political wins even as the share of like-minded Americans dwindles? This episode: White House correspondent Scott Detrow, legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg, political reporter Ashley Lopez, and senior political …
The Supreme Court's ruling that curbs the power of the EPA will slow its ability to respond to the climate crisis, but "does not take the EPA out of the game," according to its administrator.NPR
President Biden holds a press conference as the NATO summit wraps in Madrid.NPR
Tesla, JPMorgan, Netflix, Redfin and Coinbase are among companies that are cutting jobs. While layoffs are contained to the hottest parts of the economy, there's fear they could spread elsewhere.NPR
NPR's A Martinez talks to retired Navy Adm. James Stavridis, a former NATO commander, about measures the security organization can adopt to better defend itself against Russian aggression.NPR
This will be the sixth hearing for the Democratic-led committee, which has spent the last few weeks building a case around former President Donald Trump and his influence on the Jan. 6 insurrection.NPR
Parks across the country are celebrating the 200th anniversary of Fredrick Law Olmsted's birth. Olmsted designed a number of parks in the U.S., including New York's crown jewel, Central Park.Emily Russell, NCPR
NPR's Shannon Bond talks with David Branch, co-author of a new report about why that July 4 barbecue is going to cost a lot more this year.NPR
A lawsuit in Florida argues the Supreme Court's abortion decision violates Jewish belief regarding life. Unlike some traditions, Judaism is mostly united on preserving some measure of abortion access.NPR
Listener Harriet Bicksler of Mechanicsburg, Penn., plays the puzzle with puzzlemaster Will Shortz and NPR's Shannon Bond.NPR
NPR's Shannon Bond speaks to reporter Ryan Faircloth of The Star Tribune about the legalization of edibles and drinks infused with the cannabis ingredient THC in Minnesota.NPR
NPR's Shannon Bonds speak to public defender Ilona Coleman about the Supreme Court decision protecting police from being sued for not providing a suspect with a Miranda warning.NPR
NPR's Shannon Bond speaks to Dr. Sanithia Williams about the concerns of Black abortion providers now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade.NPR
Many forest ecologists say the U.S. Forest Service is hampered by an outdated approach to prescribed fires, a key tool for reducing the threat of megafires made worse by climate change.NPR
Farmers in Ukraine begin to harvest this year's wheat, barley and rapeseed crops as diplomats try to negotiate an end to Russia's Black Sea blockade of exports.NPR
Laser technology is being used to more accurately measure mountain snowpack — crucial information for farmers and water managers in drought-stricken areas like the Colorado River Basin.NPR
From Supreme Court decisions to Jan. 6 revelations — it has been an extraordinary last several days in politics.NPR
"Fire of Love" is a documentary about volcanologists Katia and Maurice Krafft. NPR's Shannon Bond asks director Sara Dosa about it and about the lives of the Kraffts.NPR