Morning Edition for March 14, 2023 Hear the Morning Edition program for March 14, 2023
NPR investigates Russia's notorious 53rd Anti-Aircraft Brigade
U.S., U.K. and Australia aim to counter China with an exchange of submarine tech
Deals with smaller Pacific rim nations are part of Washington's plan to deflect China
Taylor Swift's much-anticipated Eras tour kicks off Friday in Swift City
Canada's Rideau Canal Skateway in Ottawa is closed because of a lack of ice
'What Looks Like Bravery' explains how achievement can't protect us from grief
Customer deposits of more than $250,000 at 2 failed banks will be guaranteed
It's Equal Pay Day. The gender pay gap has hardly budged in 20 years. What gives?
Residents near Ohio train derailment find it nearly impossible to sell their home
3 years after pandemic school closings, how were kids and parents affected?
Some Mexican pharmacies sell pills laced with deadly fentanyl to U.S. travelers
Indigenous groups lash out after an oil drilling project is approved in Alaska
Exploring the many reasons why car prices remain high
Some trees in San Diego are getting a second life thanks to 2 local businesses
The first wiring map of an insect's brain hints at incredible complexity
How will 2 bank failures affect the Federal Reserve's approach to inflation?
After 2 banks collapsed, Sen. Warren blames the loosening of restrictions
Former Congresswoman Pat Schroeder, a pioneer for women's rights, dies at 82
More than 8,000 people in California were evacuated after a levee failed
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