The Canadian Armed Forces are helping residents dig out of the snow after a powerful blizzard hit the easternmost province of Newfoundland and Labrador over the weekend.

In the capital city of St. John's, the snowstorm completely buried cars and caused thousands to lose power. The massive storm dumped as much as 30 inches of snow on the city, according to The Guardian.

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Chesa Boudin, who was recently sworn-in as San Francisco's district attorney, about his vision for the office and using restorative justice in the criminal system.

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Ari Berman, Mother Jones' voting rights reporter, about the latest news on Florida's legislation that allows former felons to vote.

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with reporter Sarah McClure about her year-long investigation about child sexual abuse in Amish communities.

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Virginia State Senators Mark Obenshain and Scott Surovell about gun control and Monday's Lobby Day.

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NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Joel Kerley, an American helicopter pilot and wildfire manager who has been fighting the wildfires in Australia.

The Democratic senators running for president are making their pitches to voters before they get stuck in Washington to attend the impeachment trial as jurors.

The U.S. Navy says it will name an aircraft carrier after Doris "Dorie" Miller, the African American mess attendant who heroically leapt into combat during the bombing of Pearl Harbor. It marks the first time that an aircraft carrier has been named for an African American, and the first time a sailor has been so honored for actions taken as an enlisted man.

From a launch pad at the Kennedy Space Center on Sunday, Elon Musk's SpaceX launched its latest rocket test into the Florida sky. Less than two minutes later, it exploded — just like the company hoped it would.

The explosion itself wasn't so much the success as was what came just before it. That's when the Crew Dragon, a capsule meant to carry astronauts into space, separated from the rocket. That separation was the goal of Sunday's test.


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