After 42 years, Hope Medical Group for Women will close because Louisiana has banned almost all abortions. The clinic director and some staff may move to a state where abortion is legal.
Three senior citizens from the Washington, D.C.-area who rely on Social Security for their income talk about the changes they've made as the cost of living has risen.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez about how patients with long COVID are doing two years into the pandemic.
Communities across the U.S. are rallying to provide support for their loved ones on the island.
The dugout canoe discovered most recently in a lake is believed to be the earliest direct evidence of water transportation used by native tribes in the Great Lakes region.
Four Black teens are learning how to lobster in a new program called "Lift All Boats." Maine's seafood packing plants have a diverse workforce, but commercial fishing is mostly white.
The judge lifted a decades-old injunction that has long blocked enforcement of the law on the books since before Arizona became a state that bans nearly all abortions.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with journalists Taylor Moore and Erin McCormick, who analyzed thousands of Chicago water tests which yielded "shocking" results published in an investigation in The Guardian.
No matter the scandal, fans cannot quit the NFL. NPR's Juana Summers talks with Kevin Draper, sports reporter for The New York Times about why.
The storm blew most of Puerto Rico's avocados off their trees. Now people are racing to eat and give them away before they go bad.