Kenya's opposition leader withdrew from the upcoming rerun of the recent presidential election, creating a constitutional crisis. Today, Kenya's courts allowed a distant contender to put his name on the ballot suggesting the Oct. 26 vote will happen.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with anthropologist Jason de Leon, who was awarded a MacArthur fellowship in recognition of his work which shines a light on the human toll of U.S. immigration policies. His Undocumented Migration Project involves collecting artifacts left behind by migrants living and dead, from the Sonoran Desert.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Benjamin Fritz of The Wall Street Journal about the future of the Weinstein Company and its place in Hollywood now that its founder is facing dozens of allegations of sexual assault.