Sixteen Democrats who are critical of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi argue it is time for new leadership, and say they will vote against her for speaker. Pelosi, however, remains confident.
Lonnie Swartz fired across the border, killing an unarmed Mexican teenager. Swartz was acquitted of second degree murder. After the jury couldn't agree on manslaughter charges, the case was retried.
Shannon White was 32 when she took over from celebrity chef John Besh, who was forced out because of sexual harassment charges. She is working to repair a damaged workplace culture.
President Trump says he's not going to listen to the CIA, which determined it's likely that Saudi Arabia's crown prince knew of plans to kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The championship in London is a nail-biting competition between an American and the defending champion, who's from Norway. Steve Inskeep talks to Ben Tippett, of the sports website Deadspin.
Steve Inskeep talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of election recounts.
The Mothers of Murdered Offspring, a support group in Charlotte, N.C., helps families cope with the killing of a relative. It was founded 25 ago during the most violent year in the city's history.
Rachel Martin talks to Simon Coveney, Ireland's deputy prime minister and minister for foreign affairs, about the deal that would solve the border issue between Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker was on the advisory board of a sham company that bilked hundreds of inventors out of nearly $26 million dollars. We examine how the scam worked.
E. coli in romaine lettuce is back. The CDC has issued a warning for people not to consume any romaine lettuce from any source as it investigates another illness outbreak tied to the leafy green.
Despite journalist's killing, Trump reaffirms support for Saudi Arabia and foreign leaders react to his comments. And, racial controversy stirs Mississippi's senate runoff.
At a debate Tuesday night, Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith apologized to anyone offended by her "public hanging" remark. Her African-American opponent Mike Espy said she reinforces stereotypes about the state.
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The community shaken by California's Camp Fire is finding ways to come together for Thanksgiving.
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Each fall, Indian farmers burn the stubble of rice plants — a fast way to clear fields. But the smoke adds to India's awful air pollution.
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