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For the fourth year in a row, the Golden State Warriors will play the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals. The "fourmatch" is unprecedented in NBA history.
May. 29, 2018
People in Ellicott City, Md., are surveying the damage to their homes and businesses after a historic flash flood raged through the city — the second in as many years. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Mark Hemmis, whose restaurant Phoenix Emporium was badly damaged back in 2016 and again on Sunday.
May. 28, 2018
A U.S. delegation met with North Korean officials along the demilitarized zone Sunday, restoring prospects for a summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
May. 28, 2018
The surprise success of the Golden Knights hockey team is showing that Las Vegas is more than just the Strip and slot machines. The first expansion team to make the Stanley Cup finals in its first year has a wildly loyal fan base, and bakeries are even selling edible pucks.
May. 28, 2018
In recent days, there's been an uproar over children being separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Jennifer Nagda, policy director at the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights.
May. 28, 2018
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with radio play-by-play announcer John Walton as the Washington Capitals prepare for the start of the Stanley Cup.
May. 28, 2018
Colombia held its first presidential elections this past weekend since the end of the country's half-century old guerilla war. Two candidates will now face-off in a run-off election next month.
May. 28, 2018
Pressure is mounting for British Prime Minister Theresa May to reform Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws. Members of her own Conservative party are joining the Labour Party to call for change after Friday's vote in Ireland to liberalize abortion restrictions.
May. 28, 2018
Tech companies have sent out a lot of emails with updated privacy policies lately. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Joanna Stern about a new European law that is supposed to give users more control over their data and privacy.
May. 28, 2018
NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Bob Carey, former director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, about how federal authorities track undocumented minors once they're released to families, and why stories about 1,474 "missing" children may be misleading.
May. 28, 2018
"They fought and bled and died so that America would forever remain safe and strong and free," Trump said at Arlington cemetery. Earlier, he drew criticism online for praise some found self-serving.
May. 28, 2018
Two journalists who were covering the rainfall in North Carolina were killed, their newsroom reported. The National Hurricane Center warns the storm will bring heavy rains and flash flooding.
May. 28, 2018
To some, the Vietnam memorial is a sacred space and a fitting place for deceased veterans. But the National Park Service says it's not equipped to care for the remains that are being left there.
May. 28, 2018
Less than two years after what had been called a "once in a 1,000 years" flood in 2016, Ellicott City, Md., sees its historic downtown ravaged anew. One man remains missing.
May. 28, 2018
Dramatic video captures the quick action of a 22-year-old Malian immigrant in Paris who began hoisting himself from balcony to balcony to save the four-year-old.
May. 28, 2018

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