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Does HBO's 'The Wire' still hold up after 20 years?
Twenty years after the premiere of HBO's hit drama The Wire, does the show hold up?
Roe v. Wade Is Overturned
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade. We take a look at the ruling, and what abortion access will look like in states across the country.
The Rental Market Is Wild Right Now
Rents are up by as much as 30% in some places, spurring intense competition, bidding wars, and threats of eviction. Why are prices so high right now?
The Foreign Fighters Who've Gone To Ukraine
Thousands of foreign fighters have traveled to Ukraine. A group of American and British fighters tell NPR what motivated them to join the conflict.
Meet The Man Who Helped Build The Court That May Overturn Roe
Leonard Leo, Co-Chairman of the Federalist Society, has played an outsized role in creating the conservative Supreme Court majority that might soon overturn Roe v. Wade.
Teachers Reflect on a Tough School Year: 'It's Been Very Stressful'
Pandemic disruptions, protests and school shootings have all worn down teachers this year. We check in on three to see how they are doing.