Morning Edition for September 26, 2022 Hear the Morning Edition program for September 26, 2022
Encore: When teens threaten violence, a community responds with compassion
After 7 years, the Colombia-Venezuela border is reopening to trade
Historic racism creates barriers to beach access in towns across the country
You can now buy the longest book in existence, but it's not meant to be read
NASA plans to hit an asteroid with a spacecraft to change its course
Kwame Alexander's new book about slavery is 'Door of No Return'
After Russia orders a partial mobilization, young men flee the country
What meaningful action could the United Nations take to help Ukraine?
Warmer water is helping the Atlantic hurricane season heat up
The White House is hosting a conference on nutrition and hunger
Marking 75 years, the CIA opens a new museum and launches a podcast
He was so fast, he had time to celebrate long before the second-place runner arrived
Rihanna will perform in the Super Bowl halftime show in February
He spent decades recording soundscapes. Now they're going to the Library of Congress
Italy will soon be led by the most far-right government it's had since Mussolini
California struggles with who pays for public charging stations for electric cars
On little strips of land, Kenyans grow everything from roses to azaleas to gardenias
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