U-S immigration agents arrested hundreds of undocumented factory workers in Mississippi earlier this month. On the next Morning Edition, a young immigrant recalls when his own mother was taken away during a raid at an Iowa meatpacking plant eleven years ago. Plus, Steve Inskeep's latest report from Iran on the next Morning Edition from NPR News.
In suburban Texas, a fast-growing - and diversifying - population, is reshaping the electorate. Can Democrats capitalize on the changing demographics in cities like Houston and Fort Bend and win a state that's chosen a Republican president for the last four decades?on the next Morning Edition from NPR News.
(Photo: Texas State Capitol - Daniel Mayer [CC BY-SA 3.0])
The U-S and Iran have been at odds for years - but recent tension has some in both countries wondering if a larger confrontation is coming. Can Iranian leaders persuade President Trump to ease up on the enormous economic pressure he's put on their country? Steve Inskeep is live from Iran, where sanctions by the U-S are taking their toll on the next Morning Edition from NPR News.
(Photo: Steve Inskeep - Mike Morgan/NPR)
In the 1970s, a New Jersey lawmaker proposed that residents put their glass, metal, and paper out on the curb in separate buckets. His neighbors thought his idea was garbage. But when they found out how much money it would save their town, they changed their minds. Today, recycling is big business - but is it getting *too* big? We go inside a sorting facility to find out on the next Morning Edition from NPR News.
(Photo: Single-stream municipal recycling facility – Courtesy USEPA)