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There's been an increase in wild peacocks in Southern California. Many people hate them; many people love them; and many hear their piercing screams.Por NPR
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In June 1971, then-President Richard Nixon said the U.S. had a new public enemy number one: addiction. It was the beginning of America's long war on drugs. Fifty years later, during months of interviews, NPR found a growing consensus across the political spectrum — including among some in law enforcement — that the drug war simply didn't work. The …
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The Supreme Court unanimously sided with college athletes in their challenge to NCAA compensation rules. The court's ruling was narrow, but Justice Brett Kavanaugh seemed open to going further saying, "the NCAA's business model would be flatly illegal in almost any other industry in America." This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, na…
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Wall Street Journal reporter Alison Sider on the repercussions of American Airlines canceling flights this summer due to turbulent weather and being understaffed.Por NPR
As a sweltering heat wave hits much of the West Coast, NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Dr. Kristina Dahl from the Union of Concerned Scientists about the health risks of exposure to extreme heat.Por NPR
Vaccine makers are planning for the possibility that boosters will be needed, and they're pushing ahead with research into new-generation flu shots and mRNA cancer vaccines.Por NPR
A surge in imports is overwhelming transportation networks and testing supply chains, making life hard for small-business owners.Por NPR
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Robin Wright, U.S. Institute for Peace Distinguished Fellow, about what the results of Friday's elections in Iran mean for on-going efforts to reenergize the Iran Deal.Por NPR
Doctors are gradually learning sparing the nipple in breast cancer surgery is better for the patient for cosmetic, sexual and mental health reasons. Ohio State University's Comprehensive Cancer Center is enrolling patients in a clinical trial to determine the safety and efficacy of using a robot to do the surgery.…
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former college athlete Christina Chenault about why she wants the NCAA to start letting players make money off of their name, image, and likeness.Por NPR
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Brandon Taylor about his new collection of stories, Filthy Animals.Por NPR
Democratic Congressman Jamaal Bowman is part of a new class of progressive lawmakers hoping to push their party left on issues like police reform, healthcare and racial justice. A proponent of reparations legislation, the former New York principal tells NPR that President Biden's position "falls short" when it comes to reparations for survivors and…
Many people will watch movies on a big screen this summer, but the pandemic fundamentally changed the industry. How can movie theaters survive and possibly thrive post-pandemic?Por NPR