Lacy reflects on her aging dog, Una: “I know that summer and its fruit, like the life of a good dog, won’t last long. Or at least not nearly long enough.” via A very good dog — Discover
Houston is home to a very diverse pizza scene, pizza lovers can find thin crust, thick crust, wood-fired, or coal-charred, New York style or a more traditional flavor. As far as toppings are concerned, the only limit is the customer’s imagination –– these Houston pizzerias will put damn near anything on a pie.
The debate over government’s role in health care has been all-consuming recently. But it’s not for the first time. Democrats and Republicans have been at odds on this issue for decades.
President Trump returns to Washington after his second international trip and meeting with Russian President Putin. Congress returns to Washington with the Senate’s health care bill in debate.
A Martinez talks to Richard Hasen, a law professor at UC Irvine, about the individual rights of states to give out voter information after a Trump commission requested voter data.
The G-20 meeting was marked by many days of violence, with scores of protesters and riot police facing off in the streets. Saturday’s march, which was peaceful, was the largest display yet.
World leaders wrapped up the G-20 summit on Friday. NPR’s Michel Martin talks with Jeff Rathke of the Center for Strategic and International Studies about what was accomplished at this year’s meeting.
Eighteen states and D.C. have sued Education Secretary Betsy DeVos over her decision to suspend borrow defense rules. Michel Martin talks with D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine about the lawsuit.
Dallas Morning News reporter Alfredo Corchado talks with NPR’s Michel Martin about President Trump’s meeting with President Enrique Pena Nieto at the G-20 summit amid tensions over the border wall.
How do you get away from a black bear if you can’t climb a tree or can’t swim in a nearby lake? You run! We have the story of a junior at the University of Maine and his lucky escape.