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All Things Considered Jun 15
Dads! Sunday is YOUR day, so tell us: What do you USUALLY get, and is that what you really want? Honestly, do you really want that new toolbox or is a spa day more your speed? Tweet us at . We hope to read some of your tweets on the air, and Dad jokes are always welcome!
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All Things Considered Jun 14
Mexico pledged to ramp up immigration enforcement and let asylum-seekers wait on its side of the border. But on its own southern border, migrant detention centers are already overcrowded.
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All Things Considered Jun 14
The lineups are set for the first Democratic presidential primary debates. Owing to the massive field of candidates, the DNC has spread the field across two, two-hour debates on June 26-27.
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All Things Considered Jun 13
The U.S. government has doled out at least $2.4 billion in state grants since 2017, specifically targeting the opioid epidemic. Yet drug abuse problems seldom involve only one substance.
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All Things Considered Jun 13
As press secretary, Sarah Sanders was often called upon to defend shifting and conflicting statements from President Trump, and as a result, often faced questions about her own credibility. She will leave the White House at the end of the month.
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All Things Considered Jun 12
Having to come up with $1,000 unexpectedly can be a challenge for anyone. NPR's recent poll on rural health found that especially true for one group: people with disabilities.
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All Things Considered Jun 10
Houston rapper Bushwick Bill, a founding member of the pioneering rap crew Geto Boys, died on Sunday evening in Colorado. He was one of the first to bring cinematically macabre imagery to rap lyricism.
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All Things Considered Jun 10
Sesame Street, the award-winning children's program turns 50 this year. As the iconic TV program has aged, it has managed to stay musically apace with its forever-young audience.
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All Things Considered Jun 9
After Avicii died by suicide last year, a team of longtime music partners was tasked to wrap his album. When it came to manipulating his friend's work, producer Carl Falk had to ease into the process.
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All Things Considered Jun 8
Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, nicknamed "The Mother Church of Country Music," has never hosted a hip-hop show. After 125 years, Wu-Tang Clan will be the first rap act to headline at the venue.
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All Things Considered Jun 7
Thomas Hofeller once referred to the drawing of legislative districts as "the only legalized form of vote-stealing left in the United States." The late Republican strategist's work may now be undone.
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All Things Considered Jun 6
In some of the biggest police departments in the country, Tasers aren't stopping suspects as often as they used to, data shows. From :
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All Things Considered Jun 5
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Mary Louise Kelly Jun 5
In the wake of the VA Beach shooting, Gov. Ralph Northam is calling for new gun laws in Virginia. Does fallout from the blackface scandal affect his ability to get things done? We asked him:
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All Things Considered Jun 4
NPR's arrived in Beijing days after authorities cracked down on Tiananmen protesters. She stayed for six weeks and shares her memories of covering a critical time in China's history.
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All Things Considered Jun 4
A top Huawei executive said Tuesday that the company is willing to sign a "no-spy agreement" with the United States to reassure U.S. leaders who say the company's technology could be used for surveillance.
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All Things Considered Jun 4
Country singer Ty Herndon came out as gay in 2014 and this year, he's re-releasing his 1995 hit "What Mattered Most" with updated lyrics to fit his true identity.
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All Things Considered Jun 4
U.S. border officials strictly limit the number of asylum seekers they allow to legally cross ports of entry every day, creating an enormous backlog of migrants in places like Matamoros.
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All Things Considered Jun 3
Nearly two decades ago, Apple announced its new jukebox software called iTunes. Today, Apple announced that in its new operating system, iTunes is going away, to be replaced by a Music app, a Podcast app and a TV app instead.
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All Things Considered Jun 3
"I was very influenced to sing more in Arabic and to express my Sudanese identity much more confrontationally and much more honestly," Ahmed Gallab of Sinkane says of the band's latest album, Dépaysé.
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