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A new survey says 51% of adults in America take a dip in swimming pools instead of showering or bathing. But NPR's Scott Simon says... [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with author and Pulitzer Prize finalist Karen Russell about her new, otherworldly, collection of short stories, Orange World. [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Tilda Swinton and Joanna Hogg, who are childhood friends, about their new film, The Souvenir. The movie is part memoir... [Read More]
Europe's favorite music competition, the Eurovision Song Contest, concludes tonight. NPR's Scott Simon talks with William Lee Adams, founder of the Eurovision fan site Wiwibloggs,... [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Brian Barrett, editor at Wired magazine, about the latest Windows XP patch and how an operating system abandoned by Microsoft... [Read More]
As restrictive abortion laws gain traction in Alabama and Missouri, how do Americans generally feel about abortion? Ariel Edwards-Levy, a reporter with HuffPost, breaks it... [Read More]
Does the hawkish rhetoric about Iran threaten to turn into an open conflict? NPR's Scott Simon speaks to former national security adviser Susan Rice about... [Read More]
NPR's Scott Simon discusses the glamorous LA hotel Chateau Marmont with Shawn Levy, author of The Castle on Sunset. [Read More]
More police officers now die by suicide than in the line of duty. NPR's Scott Simon talks with the widows of four officers who took... [Read More]
From Iran to immigration, NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Anita Kumar, who is a White House correspondent for Politico, about the week in politics. [Read More]
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