Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his Russian counterpart, Sergey Lavrov, ended talks in Geneva with no major breakthroughs but an agreement to keep talking.
Dozens of travelers from Fiji tested positive in Kiribati, prompting the island nation to implement its first lockdown. Samoa's order followed a cluster of cases in airline passengers from Australia.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Joshua Yaffa, Moscow correspondent for the New Yorker, about a major climate change threat confronting Russia.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Booker Prize-winning author Bernardine Evaristo about her new book, Manifesto: On Never Giving Up.
NPR's Michel Martin talks with Christine Platt, author of The Afrominimalist's Guide to Living With Less, about how to declutter and why it's especially important for communities of color.
The new film is based on the bestselling memoir by Dana Canedy. She tells NPR's Michel Martin about the film's release and the story of love and devotion at the center of it.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former National Security Advisor, General H.R. McMaster, about how climate policy can be used to counter Russian President Vladimir Putin's agenda.
Data from the Bureau of Justice Statistics tells us more about how prisons were affected early on in the pandemic. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with researcher Wendy Sawyer about the new data.
The symbolic action comes as Sinema has come under criticism from progressive groups in Arizona after she voted to uphold the filibuster in the Senate.
Health, Science, Technology, Environment
The people who take care of and educate children under 5 years old, who are too young to be vaccinated, are in a special kind of hell right now.
Arts & Life
The Emmy-award winning actor, stand-up comic, and TV host died Friday in Las Vegas, after complications from cancer, according to his publicist.
The WCBE Podcast Experience
The city leadership resisted the Department of Justice’s attempt to impose a consent decree twenty years ago. Some local activists want them to try again. We talk with Dr. Allan Jiao of Rowan University, Attorney Sean Walton, and Rev. Dr. Susan Smith for insight into how this intervention might solve Columbus’ policing problems.