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Steve Inskeep talks with Diana Buttu, a former legal adviser to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, about how Palestinians are responding to President Trump's Jerusalem policy change.
The White House is making a push for the Republican tax overhaul effort. Rachel Martin talks with Marc Short, White House director of legislative affairs and deputy assistant to the president.
Hamas is calling for a new uprising against Israel after the U.S. recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Sen. Al Franken is expected to resign today after accusations of sexual misconduct. Former Clinton administration staffer Kirsten Powers tells Rachel Martin she welcomes his decision to step down.
A flight from New York City to Seattle had to make a stop in Billings, Mont., after the bathrooms stopped working.
California House members have sent a letter requesting $4.4 billion in federal wildfire relief. Steve Inskeep talks to Rep. Jeff Denham, one of the Republican lawmakers who signed the letter.
NPR's Rachel Martin asks Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat about President Trump's controversial decision to relocate the U.S. Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Sen. Al Franken is expected to resign Thursday following accusations of sexual harassment. We look at what the resignation of two prominent Democratic lawmakers in one week means for the party.
Multiple wildfires are burning in Southern California, from Ventura to Los Angeles. Tens of thousands of acres have been scorched and tens of thousands of residents evacuated.
FBI Director Christopher Wray appears at his first oversight hearing in Congress Thursday. It's a tough time for the bureau he leads.
A 7-year-old boy in Russia received a draft notice. Russian media quote his grandfather saying the family will bring the boy at the appointed time — they don't want to be accused of draft-dodging.
Following sexual harassment allegations, Sen. Al Franken is expected to resign Thursday. Also, we have reaction to President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The bluegrass group Osborne Brothers released their version of "Rocky Top" on Christmas Day 50 years ago. Sonny Osborne retired in 2005, but Bobby is still going strong. The singer released his latest album 'Original' in June.
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Political prisoner Mansour Omari hid the names of fellow inmates, penned in makeshift ink, in the lining of his shirt. Now free, he tries to keep a promise to ensure the world does not forget them.
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As Republicans prepare to pass their a massive tax overhaul, they are planning to lessen, or even eliminate, the estate tax. But critics say the tax plays an important role in making the economy fair.
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Several Jewish-American groups and evangelical Christians applauded President Trump's announcement. Other Christian and Jewish leaders as well as some Muslim-majority nations criticized the move.
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The House and Senate are working to reconcile their versions of a tax plan — but one thing is for certain: Big changes are ahead for the nation's schools and colleges.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tells NPR's Steve Inskeep why he opposes the GOP tax plan, which would end the deduction for state and local taxes. Cuomo says the plan is "a targeted assault" on New York.
NPR's David Greene talks Daniel Kurtzer, who served as U.S. ambassador to Israel under President George W. Bush, about President Trump's plan to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Palestinian journalist Daoud Kuttab joins NPR's Steve Inskeep to talk about the Trump administration's plan to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.