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The man who leads the criminal division at the Justice Department has a powerful personal story: one of his brothers died in gun violence and another is a police officer.By Carrie Johnson
Common chemical elements are created in stars like our sun. But heavy elements, like iron, are thought to form in massive stars that explode and spew material — though it might be more complicated.By Nell Greenfieldboyce
Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement Thursday. President Biden says he hasn't decided who will fill the vacancy, but says he will keep his promise to name a Black woman to the bench.By Nina Totenberg
NPR's Asma Khalid talks with Rachel Balkovec, the new manager of the Tampa Tarpons and the first woman to manage a team at any level in Major League Baseball history.By Asma Khalid
Over the past couple of months, Amy Schneider has dominated on Jeopardy! Schneider's defeat came Wednesday night, but her run has cemented her as one of the greatest contestants in show history.By Michael Levitt
Michigan is among a number of states giving matching dollars to local governments that turn to online fundraising to pay for projects. But these crowdfunding models can lead to significant inequities.By Sarah Lehr
The eventual nominee to replace Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will need to face the Senate Judiciary Committee in order to be confirmed. Host Asma Khalid talks with Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, a Rhode Island Democrat on the committee, about what comes next.By Asma Khalid
Next week, Beijing will become the first city to host both Summer and Winter Olympics. To China, it's a big deal — even if a handful of countries are protesting China's human rights record.By John Ruwitch
Leslie Jordan was an Emmy-winning actor pre-pandemic. His quarantine video diaries scored him nearly 6 million Instagram followers. He's got merchandise, a book and a gospel album.By KUOW Staff
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with former Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk about the threat of a Russian invasion.By Mary Louise Kelly
Ukrainian officials are downplaying the threat of an imminent Russian invasion in their messaging to the public, even as the United States delivers more Javelin missiles to Kyiv.By Daniel Estrin
Three journalist have been killed in Mexico this year, two of them occurring in Tijuana. NPR's Asma Khalid talks with 'Tijuana Press' editor Vicente Calderón about the city's pattern of violence.By Asma Khalid
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer is retiring. With a potential red wave coming in the midterm election, his move to step down now is about politics and the ideological direction of the court.By Domenico Montanaro
As Washington gears up to dole out hundreds of billions of dollars in new infrastructure funds, critics say not enough will go to projects addressing climate change and issues of racial inequality.By David Schaper
French fashion designer Thierry Mugler reshaped the fashion world, centering wildly inventive concepts and creating space for queer voices. On Sunday, he died at the age of 73.By Ari Shapiro
Cheesy, inspiring and enormously popular, Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" is a song which became an American Anthem long after it was released.By Roben Farzad
Abortion could be further restricted later this year when the Supreme Court is expected to decide whether to overturn Roe v. Wade. For many, there are already barriers to accessing the procedure.By Katia Riddle
Republican Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin's administration is pushing a conservative agenda including banning masks in schools, firing professors and urging parents to report critical race theory.By Ben Paviour
A lot has been said about the joy of cooking, but what about the fury? A host of new cookbooks right now aim to help cooks pound, grate and shred their feelings about the state of the world.By Neda Ulaby
According to therapist Anastasia Locklin, procrastinating isn't a sign of laziness. It's your inner critic come to life. In this episode, she explains how you can kick the habit.By Keisha "TK" Dutes
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Gideon Rachman of 'The Financial Times' about how China and Russia could leverage the Ukraine crisis to reduce U.S. influence around the world and reset the world order.By Ari Shapiro
In Mexico, half of Congress is now female and seven of the country's 32 governors are women. This is partly due to changing attitudes but also to federally mandated gender equality laws.By Carrie Kahn
In Western Africa, a military coup has removed Burkina Faso's democratically elected president from office.By Eyder Peralta
"The Wright Brothers of the U.S. Drone Warfare Program." That is how some people have referred to this week's guests, Alec Bierbauer and Mark Cooter. Andrew sat down with them to dig into drones and their intelligence implications.By SpyCast
President Biden let slip that the allies are not all on the same page regarding the standoff between Russia and Ukraine. Indeed, some are already rushing weapons to Ukraine. Others are holding back.By Joanna Kakissis
NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Washington Post sports reporter Liz Clarke to get an update on the Australian Open, the first Grand Slam of 2022.By Ari Shapiro