Laura Roman

In June, the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's travel ban that bars nearly all travelers from five mainly Muslim countries, as well as North Korea and Venezuela.

Are you or anyone you know separated from your spouse, partner or children as a result of the ban? NPR's Morning Edition is looking to speak with families that have been affected.

Election Day 2018 is quickly approaching, and NPR wants to hear from you.

In the coming weeks, NPR's Morning Edition is traveling across the country to speak with voters like you. We want to learn more about what issues are driving you to the polls.

Share your thoughts with us below or here. An NPR producer may reach out to you to learn more.

What issues are affecting you this election cycle?

Ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, NPR's Morning Edition wants to connect with women who voted for President Trump in 2016. Share your story with us.

A producer may reach out to you to follow up on your response. Share your thoughts with us below or here.

Are you a woman who voted for President Trump?

NPR's Morning Edition is interested in talking with people who may have been affected by the conversation around kneeling during the national anthem that's been happening around the National Football League.

A producer may contact you to follow up on your response. Share your thoughts with us below or here.

Have you been affected by the conversation around protests during the national anthem? Share your story with us.

Summer is not over yet, but many parents are getting ready to send their kids off to college.

It's one of those major turning points in life, not just for kids but also for parents, especially those are who are saying goodbye to their last or only child: They are about to become empty nesters.

Is your last child moving out of the house to go to college? If so, NPR's Morning Edition wants to hear from you. Please share your story with us below, or here. An NPR producer may follow up with you.

Ah, summer. What a wonderful time to head to the backyard or up to the rooftop deck and grill up a few burgers for you and your pals.

Growing up, every time my dad made his famous ribs — well, famous in our house — I'd always rush to the dinner table, fashion a bib out of paper towels, and dig in.

But I can't yet say I have mastered my grilling technique as an adult. My main problem is, I have no idea how to grill. So once I figure that out I'll be fine, right?

NPR is working on a series of stories that will feature the voices of those on the frontlines of the nation's opioid crisis.

If you are open to sharing your current or recent experiences with a specific stage of addiction, please fill out the questions below — or here — and we may be in touch. We'll use first names only.

Writing a couplet can be tough,
But when you work with friends, it's not so rough.

On Monday, NPR's Morning Edition asked listeners and readers to share poems about the teams in their lives — both on and off the court.

Facebook is notifying the 87 million users whose information may have been compromised and given to Cambridge Analytica.

NPR's Morning Edition wants to hear from Facebook users who have received such a notification. We would also like to know if you have ever thought about leaving Facebook or if you have deactivated your account for a period of time.

April 4 marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s death. NPR's Noel King is traveling to Memphis, Tenn., to report on how the city has changed since MLK was killed.

To do this, we need your help. Are you from Memphis? Is your family from Memphis? If so, please share your story with us.

An NPR producer may be in touch, and we may use your responses to help guide Noel's reporting.

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