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Honey Hunters

NPR's Michael Sullivan follows the dangerous rituals of the honey hunters of Malaysia. This special surround sound presentation is a NPR/National Geographic Radio Expeditions co-production.


Supreme Court: Police Need Search Warrant To Track Cellphone Locations

In a ruling seen as a major victory for privacy rights in the digital age, the Supreme Court this morning has ruled that police need a search warrant to track people through cell-phone tower searches.


Ex-New York Rep. Grimm Aims To Resurrect His Political Career

After serving time in federal prison for tax evasion, former Republican Rep. Michael Grimm of Staten Island wants a comeback. The first step is trying to unseat his successor, Dan Donovan.


What Trump Supporters Think Of The President's Week

How are President Trump's supporters responding to him reversing his position on implementing the family separation policy? David Greene talks with conservative talk show host Chris Buskirk.


Phillie Phanatic Injures Fan With Hot Dog

In Philadelphia, a fan went to the ER after being struck in the face by a hot dog. The hot dog, wrapped in duct tape, was fired into the stands by Philadelphia's mascot the Phillie Phanatic.


Oh, The Horror: World Cup Fans Face Beer Shortage

According to Reuters, some bars and restaurants in Moscow have gone through all their beer supplies.


News Brief: Republicans Delay Immigration Vote, Turkey Election Preview

Congressional Republicans have delayed a vote on their immigration bill again. Also, ProPublica's Ginger Thompson discusses audio from a migrant detention facility and we preview Turkey's election.


'We Never Spoke Of It Again': A Night That Changed A Family Forever

At StoryCorps, half sisters Glennette Rozelle and Jennifer Mack recall the night their mother killed her husband. They were kids back then, and it took decades to understand what happened.


Conservative Columnist Charles Krauthammer Dies At 68

Charles Krauthammer, a prominent conservative columnist for The Washington Post and commentator for Fox News, has died of cancer at 68.


EU Begins Tariffs On U.S. Goods

On Friday, the European Union starts imposing retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods, from steel and aluminum to orange juice and bourbon.


 

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