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On the eve of the World Cup Final, NPR's Michel Martin chats with former FIFA Referee Howard Webb about what it takes to referee one of the biggest sporting events in the world.
Jul. 14, 2018
Deborah Watts, a cousin of Emmett Till, talks with NPR's Michel Martin about the reopening of Till's murder investigation and the potential justice and healing it could bring to his relatives.
Jul. 14, 2018
Serena Williams was on course for a record-tying 24th Grand Slam title when she was stunned by Angelique Kerber at Wimbledon on Saturday.
Jul. 14, 2018
President Trump is on his first official visit to the U.K. and spending the weekend golfing at his Turnberry resort in Scotland.
Jul. 14, 2018
For a contest after the ouster of Robert Mugabe, filmmakers responded to the question "What does it mean to be Zimbabwean?" Their short films featured some uncomfortable answers.
Jul. 14, 2018
Last year, 280 Coloradans who died of a drug overdose had methamphetamine in the mix. That's up sharply from 2016 and more than five times the number in 2012.
Jul. 14, 2018
Workers from Salesforce, Microsoft and other firms have been putting pressure on the companies, arguing that they support immoral policies through their ties to the federal government.
Jul. 14, 2018
U.S.-Russia summits have ignited, and defused, global crises. There was also the time the U.S. Secret Service found Boris Yeltsin in his underwear and slurring his words, desperate for a pizza.
Jul. 14, 2018
Beer vending at baseball games is a male-dominated industry. Christy Colt , a beer vendor at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., shares what it takes to be successful at her job.
Jul. 14, 2018
For Vahagn Amiryan, the act of carving wood is a way to bring the country's ancient traditions into the modern era.
Jul. 14, 2018
This week, the Justice Department unveiled another information-packed indictment from special counsel's Robert Mueller office that reveals much about the Russian attack on the 2016 election.
Jul. 14, 2018
McDonald's said it's pulling salads from about 3,000 locations in 14 states, primarily in the Midwest. Dozens have been sickened with cyclosporiasis, which is caused by the parasite Cyclospora.
Jul. 14, 2018
A judge rules private school vouchers are against Puerto Rico's constitution; the Secret Service releases a plan to help prevent school shootings; and the Department of Education faces another suit.
Jul. 14, 2018
In the past few months, several white people have been recorded calling police on black people who are going about their legitimate business: mowing the lawn, using the pool, and sleeping in the dorm.
Jul. 14, 2018
A Russian investor purchased a company that runs portions of Maryland's voter registration software systems in 2015. State officials did not know until the FBI informed them this week.
Jul. 13, 2018

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