The Sanchezes, who are undocumented immigrants, were apprehended while taking their son to emergency surgery. Immigrant advocates fear this is the new normal under the Trump administration.
NPR’s Ailsa Chang gets a view of what’s happening on the ground in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria from Carlos Mercader, the Washington, D.C.-based representative for the island’s governor.
In this special episode, we highlight Alanis Morissette and TLC’s contributions to the rock and R&B of the decade and beyond.
“We have to reject the notion that we are suddenly gripped by forces that we cannot control,” the former president said Wednesday, speaking in New York City while his successor was at the U.N.
The Guinness Book of World Records had a problem: It made its money selling books, but book sales aren’t what they used to be. So Guinness changed what it was selling, and who they were selling it to.
The recent, enormous storms have hit the industry, with several signs turning negative. But economists expect a rebound when the weather improves.
At Sunset Elementary in Miami, fourth-graders are writing personal essays about their experience with Hurricane Irma, and they have some advice for other kids who have yet to live through one.
Read more about the September 2017 staffing updates among NPR’s newsroom leadership.
The five hepatitis viruses claim over 1 million lives each year. Yet the attention — and funding — can’t compete with HIV, TB and malaria.
Director David Gordon Green’s film stands out from others like it because it prizes “understanding Bauman’s perspective and the private burdens of being a hero” over simple uplift.