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Two giants of comedy died this weekend. Dick Gregory and Jerry Lewis had very different styles, but both men were hugely influential. There are many comedians who drew equal parts inspiration from both men. more
As President Trump prepares to deliver an address Monday night on his strategy for the war in Afghanistan, NPR looks back on previous presidential addresses to the nation regarding this war. more
The Secret Service is in the middle of a pay crunch. NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Kevin Johnson, the reporter who broke the story for USA Today, about how thousands of agents have already reached federal salary caps. more
The crackdown on the star conductor's four-city American tour with the National Youth Orchestra of Venezuela is seen as payback for his recent criticisms of the Maduro government. more
A new song from the voice of The Internet, as intimate as it is explicit. more
The singer-songwriter mostly recorded this album in a cabin in Sweden. You can hear that intensity and obsessiveness in his attractive, eccentric pieces, which sometimes sound like works-in-progress. more
A "special administrator" has been appointed to investigate a deal between the world's largest record label and Prince's estate, brokered by two former advisers. more
The history and strategy of anti-fascist organizing. more
This year we were threatened with arrest and violence and we had to cancel. If the international community doesn’t help LGBT Ugandans, the persecution will only increase• Frank Mugisha is director of Sexual Minorities UgandaSince 2012 we … more
Campaigners condemn ‘vile affront to LGBT rights’ after state crackdown on planned week-long celebrations in the capital, Kampala Activists are outraged over the Ugandan government’s decision to cancel a week of gay pride … more
Club confirm fans were removed from King Power Stadium during match Police say two Leicester fans were arrested for homophobic chants Leicester City have condemned the homophobic chanting that took place against Brighton & Hove Albion … more
Having cycled through a full generation of performers (not to mention audience), how does the grandpa of festival culture compete in the Coachella-sized market it helped create? more
One of hip-hop's most revered producers brings his songs to life behind the Tiny Desk, with the help of a four-piece band. more
Advocates call on prime minister to condemn materials labelling homosexuality a ‘curse of death’ and urging Australians to ‘stop the fags’ Materials labelling homosexuality a “curse of death” and claiming … more
While watching the total eclipse, folks might want to follow along with some toe-tapping music about the sun, stars and moon. We've got the playlist for the wondrous sky event. more
Sue Grafton's latest novel is the second to last in a series spanning A to Z and 35 years worth of best-selling murder mysteries featuring fictional female detective Kinsey Millhone. more
Young Jane Young is the story of a political sex scandal, told through the women who endure it. Author Gabrielle Zevin tells Lulu Garcia-Navarro she hopes readers will think twice about shaming women. more
Bruce Handy's new book takes an emotional, intuitive look at the world of children's books, from Goodnight Moon to Charlotte's Web, which he calls "a mastery novel of ideas" about life and death. more
Daniel Andrews and Bill Shorten address rally in Melbourne telling people there should not be a postal survey on same-sex marriage, but to vote yes The Victorian premier has accused Malcolm Turnbull of giving in to “extreme elements … more
The author of the report that began British reform was, like his proposals, at heart flawed The 60th anniversary of the Wolfenden report, which recommended an end to the ban on male homosexuality, will fall on 4 September. Although it was … more
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