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  • 8:02am Sep 29, 2019
    World News World News Music & Culture

    Rocking Against Censorship In Lebanon

    Rock bands in Lebanon recently held a concert to protest what activists see as a shrinking space for free speech.
  • 8:02am Sep 29, 2019
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi On Impeachment

    NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, D-Ill., about the next steps in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
  • 8:02am Sep 29, 2019
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    Latest Polls Of Iowa And Texas Voters

    NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Ann Selzer, a pollster in Iowa, and Abby Livingston of the Texas Tribune, about how people in Iowa and Texas are responding to the politics in Washington.
  • 8:02am Sep 29, 2019
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    The Week In Impeachment News

    After the revelation of a whistleblower's complaint, last week's events became a hectic cascade leading to the official launch of an impeachment inquiry by the House of Representatives.
  • 8:02am Sep 29, 2019
    World News World News

    El Salvador Ramps Up Security To Stop Migrants

    El Salvador is deploying scores of police officers and soldiers to its border to stop migrants. It's all part of a new agreement with the United States to stop the flow of migrants heading north.
  • 8:02am Sep 29, 2019
    National National Books

    Work And Motherhood In 'Maternal Optimism'

    Danna Greenberg and Jamie Ladge wrote Maternal Optimism: Forging Positive Paths Through Work and Motherhood. They told NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro that balancing parenting and work changes as kids grow.
  • 8:02am Sep 29, 2019
    Education Education

    Teaching Impeachment In The Classroom

    Impeachment has been the talk of the past week. It's also a good teaching opportunity for schools. Civics classes are using it to discuss how the political process works.
  • 8:02am Sep 29, 2019
    Environment Environment

    Tribe Gives Personhood To Klamath River

    Yurok Tribe general counsel Amy Cordalis tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro why the tribe granted personhood to the Klamath River.