Live in Portland, Maine

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A special live edition of The Moth at the State Theatre in Portland, Maine, hosted by Dan Kennedy, with additional hosting by Jay Allison. A high school guidance counselor tries to keep his students safe, a woman learns to stop blaming herself years after an accident, and an astronaut prepares for his next shuttle mission after the loss of the Challenger. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Mo

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Trump administration retaliates against states trying to lessen use of immigrant detention

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The United States runs the world’s biggest immigration detention system. A new law in California is trying to shrink it with mixed results.

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Occasional Magic

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In this hour, stories of moments of beauty, awe, and clarity uncovered amidst chaos and the quotidian. Hosted by the Moth's Artistic Director Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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At Munich Security Conference, is the West 'winning' or growing evermore 'Westless'?

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The World's Host Marco Werman speaks with former US Ambassador to NATO Nicholas Burns, who shares takeaways from the Munich Security Conference this past weekend.

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A California family went to China to renew their work visas. Once coronavirus hit, they got stuck.

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The Hou family’s trip to China last month was supposed to be a routine visit to renew their US employment visas. Then the coronavirus hit.

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DOJ can't 'intimidate us,' says Washington county sued over sanctuary policy

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Attorney General William Barr has announced new lawsuits this week against California, New Jersey and King County in Washington. All three places have sought to offer immigrants some protection against what they view as overzealous federal immigration enforcement.

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REVEAL Fundraiser Episode Spring 2020

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For the 2020 Spring fundraising season, here are three of our favorite Reveal stories from the past year.

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Meet the woman who buries forgotten migrants from Venezuela

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As the economic and political crisis worsens in Venezuela, Sonia Bermúdez buries more and more forgotten migrants and refugees at her People like Us cemetery in Colombia.

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One Thing in Common

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In this hour, four stories of lessons learned. Lessons of sharing, flirting, parenting and religious texts. Hosted by Meg Bowles, Senior Director. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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Jury Duty, Walking Tests, Pepsi and NOLA

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In this hour, a member of a punk band gets summoned to jury duty; a man with MS hopes to qualify for a medical trial; a worker’s small rebellion at the reception desk; and a father deludes himself. Hosted by The Moth’s Senior Director Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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Children are crossing the US border in record numbers — and facing the judge alone

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A growing surge of unaccompanied children from Central America are crossing into the US illegally. Once they're removed from federal custody, these kids face a major hurdle: navigating the US courts, most often without an attorney.

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Experts say widely used reading curriculum is failing kids

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A first of its kind review finds Lucy Calkins' materials don't align with the science of reading.

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Iraqi MP calls for peace 'without using Iraq against Iran'

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Sarkawt Shams, an Iraqi MP, told The World he boycotted the vote in parliament to pull out US troops. "We want to have a peaceful relationship with both United States and Iran," Shams said.

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Mississippi prosecutor Doug Evans takes himself off the Curtis Flowers case

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The district attorney who's tried Flowers six times for the same crime will no longer handle the prosecution.

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War, Barbie Dream House, Coco, and a Nekkid Man

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Phil Caputo shares how a bullet wound helped him heal his soul; a little girl learns what love is all about after surviving a terrible car accident; a burnt-out corporate executive tries to shake her type A personality at art school; and a young man and and his father succumb to guilt at an animal shelter. The Moth's Senior Director Jenifer Hixson hosts this hour. The Moth Radio Hour is produced

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