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In her new book, social researcher Wednesday Martin examines the sometimes puzzling culture of motherhood in that most exotic of locales — Manhattan's Upper East Side.
After years as punk rockers, Jeneda (right) and Clayson Benally formed the b...
Teens living on reservations often face a daunting array of hurdles. To help them cope, Navajo sibling musicians Clayson and Jeneda Benally are working to inspire students to write songs of their own.
At midnight, three counterterrorism provisions in the USA Patriot Act expire — unless the Senate passes a bill already approved by the House. NPR's David Welna talks with NPR's Linda Wertheimer about what could be a dramatic day.
Zimbabwe is still struggling to right its economy after its collapse and recession. One casualty — in a country that boasted among the highest literacy rates in Africa — is education.
Iraqi pro-government forces have started efforts to take back parts of Anbar province from the so-called Islamic State. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to correspondent Alice Fordham about the military and political challenges ahead.
FIFA is embroiled in a massive corruption scandal that has fans, players, and managers wound up. NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with retired footballer and former USA national team member Alexi Lalas.