On-Air Challenge: You are given the first names of famous people and must figure out their last names. The last two letters of the first name, when reversed, are the first two letters of the last name. For example, given "Brad," the answer would be "Davis," as in Brad Davis, the actor.
The ruling party in Yemen has agreed to a deal that could end the presidency of Ali Addullah Saleh. The deal comes after months of mass protests against the man who has ruled Yemen for 32 years and so far has resisted all calls for his resignation. Linda Wertheimer talks to NPR's Soraya Sorhadi Nelson in Saudi Arabia.
St. Louis residents are surveying the damage after a tornado ripped through the west side of the city Friday night. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay about the damage to the Lambert-St. Louis Airport.
The U.S. has once again entered the air campaign against Moammar Gadhafi in Libya; this time by sending in drone strikes. Host Linda Wertheimer speaks with James Fallows of The Atlantic about that story and others from the past week.
Headlines this week screamed about rising gas prices — as they have many times before. In the past 15 years, Dick Polman, national political writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, estimates he's covered spiking gas prices a dozen times. The story, he tells NPR's Linda Wertheimer, almost always has the same narrative arc.