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  • 8:02am Jan 15, 2017
    National National Arts

    'Pretty Big Movement' Takes On Dance Company Stereotypes

    A video of a dance company in New York has gone viral, with over 7 million views. Akira Armstrong explains why she founded the dance company for "full-figured" women, called "Pretty Big Movement."
  • 8:02am Jan 15, 2017
    National National Books

    How To Tell A Story Through Emails

    Hey Harry, Hey Matilda is a funny and sometimes icky story of twins. It's told through the twins' emails and unfolds around a lie. Author Rachel Hulin tells Lulu Garcia-Navarro about her new novel.
  • 8:02am Jan 15, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    A Testy Week Between Trump And The Media

    The relationship between Donald Trump, members of his staff, and members of the press has been tested during a week of heated exchanges.
  • 8:02am Jan 15, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    Visitors To D.C. Prepare For Inauguration

    We talked with some of the many people from out of town who are visiting Washington, D.C. to see Donald Trump's inauguration.
  • 8:02am Jan 15, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    Richmond, Va. Welcomes Youngest Mayor In Its History

    Levar Stoney recently began serving as mayor of Richmond, Va. at age 35. He talks with Lulu Garcia-Navarro about his challenges and plans for the city in the next year.
  • 8:02am Jan 15, 2017
    Sports Sports National

    San Diego Chargers To Move To Los Angeles

    San Diego Chargers fans were upset by the owner's announcement that the team will move to Los Angeles. Juliet Litman, managing editor of The Ringer, talks about reaction from fans.
  • 8:02am Jan 15, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    How Jeff Sessions' Confirmation Would Impact Alabama Politics

    If Alabama Sen. Jeff Sessions is confirmed, it would let Gov. Robert Bentley — who has faced scandal in the past year — appoint a new senator. Reporter John Sharp of AL.com explains.
  • 8:02am Jan 15, 2017
    National National

    Shut The Front Door!

    Researchers found a correlation between profanity and honesty. NPR's Weekend Edition asked people what they say when they need to swear, but don't want to use really bad words.