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'To Raise A Boy' Author On Addressing Sexual Violence Against Boys

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Emma Brown, an investigative reporter at The Washington Post, about sexual violence perpetrated against boys.

Life Kit: Cleaning Better

NPR's Life Kit has tips and tricks for how to clean better.

Stories Shed Light On Recent Attacks On Asian Americans

NPR's Michel Martin discusses the spike in anti-Asian American violence with three people who've thought a lot about it: professor Russell Jeung, journalist Eda Yu and restauranteur Jason Wang.

Minneapolis On Edge As Chauvin Trial Is Set To Open

Minneapolis prepares for jury selection in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin, accused in the death of George Floyd last spring.

Pope Francis Concludes Iraq Trip With More Visits To Christian Towns

Pope Francis continues his trip to Iraq with a mass in a stadium in Erbil, home to many Christians displaced from other areas in the wake of ISIS.

Anibal Gomez, 78: Edith Piaf's 'Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien'

Like the singer in this song, the father never regretted any of his choices.

Food Critic, Provocateur Definitively Ranks Girl Scout Cookies

Los Angeles Times food columnist Lucas Kwan Peterson breaks down his "official" — and very biased — rating system that led him to rate 12 kinds of Girl Scout Cookies.

Musician Semler Talks New Album 'Preacher's Kid'

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Semler about her new album. On Preacher's Kid, Semler reckons with her faith and queerness.

Author Explores Preacher Father's Silence On Racial Injustice In 1960s Alabama

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist John Archibald about his book, Shaking the Gates of Hell: A Search for Family and Truth in the Wake of the Civil Rights Revolution.

After Crippling Winter Storm, Recovery Neglects Underserved Mississippians

Mississippi endured a winter storm that knocked out power and water to hundreds of thousands of residents. Black Mississippians say their needs continue to be ignored.


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