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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.
President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin were slated to meet one-on-one without aides for 90 minutes but it lasted longer. They're continuing their summit with some top advisers.
Former Defense Secretary Hagel weighs in on President Trump's meeting with President Putin, and on Trump's claim that the Obama administration is to blame for bad relations between the two countries.
The two presidents spoke briefly before beginning their one-on-one session. Trump said they planned to talk about nuclear weapons and China.
Kenneth Adelman, former defense adviser to presidents Ford and Reagan, talks about President Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Chuck Hagel weighs in as President Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin just days after the Justice Department issued indictments against 12 Russian spies for U.S. election interference.
As President Trump meets with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Finland, Thomas Pickering, who was President Clinton's ambassador to Moscow, tells NPR what he thinks each side is looking to gain.
The city's most recent homeless count showed that the veteran homeless population had declined 18 percent. But some advocates caution that veteran homelessness is an ever-changing dynamic.
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In Philadelphia, fans gathered in the streets to watch the World Cup Championship. Afterwards ... well, the huge TV screen was set up anyway. Why leave? Why not stay and re-watch the Super Bowl?
Local news reported the man slurring his words when police pulled him over. He had a bottle of Jim Beam in his passenger seat but said he'd been sipping only at stop signs and lights. He went to jail.
Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen's new series, "Who is America?", premiered on Showtime Sunday. In his trademark way, he uses outrageous characters to provoke outrageous reactions.
Sen. Jack Reed, D-Rhode Island, says President Trump should cancel his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in the wake of the Justice Department's indictments of 12 Russian agents for election interference.
As of July 16, there will be only one Blockbuster video store operating in the United States — in Bend, Ore.
President Trump is downplaying expectations for his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Bill Burns, who was U.S. ambassador to Russia for President George W. Bush, explains which country has more to gain from the meeting.
From the Rough Translation podcast, the story of an Air Force captain who seemed to hold the key to turning around the Afghan war, and why everything went wrong. ***Language advisory: the phrase "God damn it" appears at 5:05. It has been bleeped.***
Protests have gripped areas in southern Iraq for several days. The government has cut off access to the Internet, making it more difficult to get accurate information.
A police shooting sparked unrest this weekend in Chicago. There were conflicting accounts of whether the officer acted appropriately, and community leaders are calling for an investigation.
President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin meet in Helsinki. NPR's Moscow correspondent Lucian Kim previews the summit.