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NPR's Scott Simon talks to harassment and civil rights attorney Jean Hyams about the legal options available to victims of sexual harassment in the workplace.
Israelis and Palestinians are waiting to see if President Trump will declare next week that Jerusalem is the capital of Israel, which would change U.S. policy.
The Republican overhaul of the tax code overcame hurdles to pass the Senate and includes some changes average Americans may feel come tax time, should it make it to the president's desk.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Jonathan Turley, George Washington University law professor, what he thinks of the latest developments in the the Russia investigation.
A Massachusetts auction house is selling newly discovered Andy Warhol works. They are remnants of the artist's relationship with his last boyfriend found in his mother's attic.
Colorado contacted families who receive CHIP health care funding with a warning that support might end in January. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Gretchen Hammer, who runs the Colorado program.
Alabama has long sought to make itself a destination for business investment. But the allegations against Senate candidate Roy Moore may make investors reluctant to come to the state.
Pressure on Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., to resign is growing after allegations of sexual harassment. NPR's Scott Simon asks Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., about the feeling among Democrats.
Michael Flynn pleaded guilty in a surprise Friday court appearance and is cooperating with the special counsel's investigation into Russian election interference.
With the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau stepping down, there's a dispute between the outgoing chief and the White House over who will take over as acting director.
LGBTQ people of color are more than twice as likely as their white counterparts to say they've been discriminated against because they are LGBTQ in applying for jobs and interacting with police.
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Laurie Metcalf plays a mom to the titular character in Lady Bird, Greta Gerwig's new film about growing up in Sacramento. Metcalf tells NPR's Scott Simon about working on the film.
Olivia Roth takes a circuitous route home to Cleveland for every school holiday. She'd never seen Planes, Trains and Automobiles, so she watched it and discussed it with NPR's Scott Simon.
Scott Simon talks with Howard Bryant of ESPN about questions of how long the NFL can continue to dominate professional sports.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Dennis Glover about his new book, The Last Man in Europe. Glover's novel is a fictionalized account of George Orwell's life as he wrote 1984.
Georgetown law professor Paul Butler talks with NPR's Scott Simon about racial disparity in federal sentencing. The average sentence is nearly 20 percent longer for black men than white men.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Karen Kent, president of the Chicago chapter of the hospitality workers union Unite Here, about their efforts to protect hotel employees against sexual harassment.
Egypt is in mourning after the most deadly attack since ISIS started operating in the northern Sinai. Friday's bombing and gun attack on a mosque killed more than 300 people.
New York Times editor Mark Mazzetti tells NPR's Scott Simon about the latest twist in the Mueller investigation: Flynn's legal team is no longer communicating with President Trump's.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Josh Lovelace from the Grammy-nominated Christian rock band, Needtobreathe, about his debut solo album, Young Folk, an album for children.