Korea expert Jean Lee of the Wilson Center tells Michel Martin Kim Jong Un’s understanding of “denuclearization” of the Korean peninsula may be very different from what President Trump expects.
A suicide bombing killed more than 50 people at a voter registration center today in Kabul today. Journalist Ahmed Rashid and Michel Martin discuss Afghanistan’s fragile security situation.
The renowned folk songwriter stops by NPR’s Washington D.C. headquarters to play two songs from her latest album and discuss the historical African-American roots of her music and of her instrument.
NPR’s Michel Martin speaks to Democratic Rep. Tim Walz of Minnesota about his proposed bill that would allow the Department of Veterans Affairs to study the use of cannabis as a painkiller.
On Tuesday, a statue of J. Marion Sims, known as the “father of modern gynecology,” was removed from New York’s Central Park. NPR’s Michel Martin talks with historian Vanessa Gamble about Sims’ experiments on enslaved black women.
Sheryll Cashin, author of the Place, Not Race: A New Vision for Opportunity in America, explains why equal access to housing is so essential for economic progress.
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 sought to end racial discrimination in housing, but American cities remain deeply segregated. NPR’s Michel Martin looks back with former Vice President Walter Mondale, who co-wrote the bill.
A local human rights group says at least 25 people have been killed, and that the government is to blame. Now Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has called off the planned program, Reuters reports.
A local human rights group says at least 25 people have been killed, and that the government is to blame. Now, President Daniel Ortega has called off the planned changes to the welfare program.
A local human rights group says more than 20 people have been killed, and that the government is to blame.