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The U.S. and Russia still inspect each other's nuclear arsenals and have sharply curtailed the number of weapons poised to launch. That's thanks to two arms control treaties, which are now at risk.
The president's whirlwind week undercut U.S. intelligence agencies, challenged alliances and forced Republicans to confront him. Former GOP Rep. Mike Rogers explains how political norms are no more.
Fort Smith outlawed dancing in public on Sundays back in 1953. Most people had forgotten the law existed. A resident recently alerted the city director, who introduced a repeal. It was unanimous.
It was left on a sidewalk. Then people starting adding things: curtains, a plant, coffee table, rug. Now it's #TheCouch. Officials cleared the makeshift living room but said it will be preserved.
The government's main response to months of protests has been violence. Almost 300 people have died, according to human rights groups. Now protesters want President Daniel Ortega removed from office.
Without scrutiny, insurers and data brokers are predicting your health costs based on public data about things like race, marital status, your TV consumption and even if you buy plus-size clothing.
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John Sipher, a former member of the CIA's Clandestine Service, speaks to Morning Edition about President Trump's now-condemned rhetoric on U.S. intelligence findings and Russia's election interference.
Leadership of Puerto Rico's troubled electric utility collapsed after a mass resignation from its board of directors. At the same time, thousands of residents are still waiting for power 10 months after Hurricane Maria.
Dmitri Trenin of the Moscow Center at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace discusses the consequences of the Trump-Putin meeting.
Major League Baseball has reached the midway point in its season, and on Tuesday, they play the 89th All-Star Game in Washington, D.C. David Greene speaks with ESPN's Jessica Mendoza about the issues dominating the league so far this year.
President Trump is set to speak to select members of Congress on Tuesday after what many observers consider his failure to support the American intelligence community at a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Several senators and representatives, including Republicans, have been vocal in their criticism.
Basketball player LeBron James has been known to bike to and from games. Reporters from the Los Angeles Times set out to find what his bike route might look like once he starts playing for the Los Angeles Lakers.
Republican leaders called President Trump's meeting with Vladimir Putin "disgraceful," while Russia's top diplomat called the outcome "better than super." Plus, the growing protests against Nicaragua's president.
Marília Mendonça has reclaimed Brazil's traditional genre sertanejo and created "feminejo," providing women with a voice in a traditionally macho society.
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The city of Charlotte decided it wants to host the Republican National Convention in 2020. The city council's vote came after hours of contentious debate from dozens of speakers and an overflow crowd.
Conservative media haven't been as supportive as usual of President Trump after the Helsinki summit in which he appeared to side with Russia's president over the U.S. intelligence community.
At its annual conference this week in San Antonio, the NAACP is pushing issues including a get-out-the-vote effort and discussions about what the group calls President Trump's racist policies.
President Trump and President Putin hold a joint press conference after meeting for two hours. The leaders were asked about charges of Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
Richard Fontaine of the Center For A New American Security offers his insights into the meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.
NPR's David Greene speaks to Richard Fontaine of the Center For A New American Security about the summit between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.