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NPR's Scott Simon asks Alexander Malkevich of the website USA Really and The Daily Beast's Lachlan Markay about Russian social media efforts in the U.S.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Margaret Talev, Bloomberg senior White House correspondent, about this week's political news.
It was a busy week full of confusion and clarifications — and more confusion. We go back through some of the week's presidential comments.
Last year, 280 Coloradans who died of a drug overdose had methamphetamine in the mix. That's up sharply from 2016 and more than five times the number in 2012.
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The Justice Department has charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with conspiring against the U.S. by hacking in order to interfere with the 2016 election.
When Andrei Kaplan returns to Moscow to care for his grandmother, he hopes to write an article based on her Soviet-era stories. But things don't go according to plan in this new novel by Keith Gessen.
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NPR's Renee Montagne asks Keith Alaniz and Emily Miller about the spice company they founded with a group of veterans who served in Afghanistan.
Serena Williams is at Wimbledon today. NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with ESPN's Howard Bryant about that and the World Cup.
Dealers ship millions of dollars' worth of live Maine lobster to China but much of that business may be headed to Canadian lobstermen after hefty new tariffs.
NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Caitlin Dickerson of The New York Times about the current situation at the U.S.-Mexico border as the courts mandate immigrant families be reunited.
The legal coordinator at a migrant shelter in El Paso, Texas, is one of many across the country working with U.S. government officials to reunite parents and children separated at the border.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is proposing trade concessions to the European Union despite calls from members of Parliament like Kate Hoey to take a harder line. Hoey talks with Renee Montagne.
Despite a rocky meeting with NATO allies and news of indictments alleging a hacking campaign by Russian intelligence, President Trump appears confident ahead of his meeting with Vladimir Putin.
It's Emmy season. We look at what's new and notable in this year's Emmy nominations.
The Trump administration has made more moves that may further destabilize the Affordable Care Act.
NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Robert Dunham of the Death Penalty Information Center about Nevada's attempt to use fentanyl for an execution.
Columnist and historian Anne Applebaum of The Washington Post explains the history of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
President Trump is expected to visit one of his golf resorts in Scotland after his meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May. Scots are planning protests.
A recent heatwave in the U.K. has revealed outlines of ancient structures previously unknown to archaeologists. NPR's Renee Montagne asks aerial archaeologist Toby Driver what he's been learning.
NPR's Renee Montagne asks John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, about being a hacking victim during the 2016 presidential race.