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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is asked to clear a man convicted of animal mutilation. As rumors plague Sir Arthur’s personal life, his case takes a tragic turn. Will he find his suspect and bring them to justice?
Our remaining three home chefs go head-to-head, with some surprise help, in the highest stakes challenge yet – to win “The Great American Recipe.”
This concert special traces the evolution of Doo Wop from the smooth sound of five guys singing tight harmonies to the biggest hits on the radio today.
In the finale, Baratunde travels to one of the last places where you can hike or paddle into the remote wilderness. He meets with enthusiastic birders and harvesters of wild rice to hear why wilderness means so much to them.
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For months now, the Governors of Texas and Arizona have been sending charter buses full of migrants and refugees to Washington D.C.’s Union Station,. When they disembark, they find neither the local nor federal government there to meet them.
By A Martinez, Jeevika Verma, Simone Popperl and Amanda Michelle Gomez/NPR
About 900 people live in Gardiner, but each summer the town straddling the Yellowstone River is crowded with thousands of visitors staying in hotels and patronizing businesses that rely almost exclusively on park visitors.
By Olivia Weitz/Yellowstone Public Radio
NPR recently sat down with Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob Mujahid, a Taliban leader and Afghanistan’s interim defense minister, as the one year anniversary of the collapse of the Afghanistan government.
By Steven Inskeep and FazelMinallah Qazizai/ NPR
“We found by appealing to the values American voters hold dear — things like freedom, independence, a longing for unity — we actually can persuade voters the Big Lie is really nothing more than a partisan power grab.”
By Miles Parks/NPR
The strength of the job market is in contrast with other economic indicators, which show the U.S. economy shrinking during the first six months of the year.
By Scott Horsley/NPR
“I am a mother, first and foremost, and I know that you’re a father. And my son existed.”
By John Burnett and Dustin Jones/NPR
It was the first political test of voters’ appetite for state abortion restrictions since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June.
By Barbara Sprunt/NPR
Critics call water quality bill moving through Pennsylvania legislature a back door to privatization
The bill requires some public water systems to create an asset management plan, a mandate that municipal leaders and environmental groups called a solution in search of a problem.
A Pro Bowler for the first time in 2021, he posted career highs in receptions (107), yards (1,161) and touchdowns (eight).
One More Moment
Every year tens of thousands of people in the United States decide life is too much to bear. One More Moment is a collection of stories from those who have been touched by suicide. Listen as they share sadness, joy and hope for one more moment.
Stay and connect. Share if you’d like. You are worth one more moment.
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