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Steve Inskeep talks with commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of government shutdowns.
In Southern California, a fast-moving wildfire has tens of thousands of people evacuating from their homes. Hot, dry Santa Ana winds are fanning the flames.
The Russian government is expected to issue its response on Wednesday to the decision by the International Olympic Committee to ban Russia from the next winter games, in February 2018.
HUD has released its latest homeless count and the number of homeless veterans is slightly up from last year. This is despite a years-long effort to bring that number to zero.
Season two of Netflix's The Crown focuses on Queen Elizabeth II's reign from 1956 to 1963, where a modern British monarch deals with war and politics.
Mike Pesca opines on the benching of Eli Manning and the subsequent firing of Giants Coach Ben McAdoo.
A new study indicates that smoking bans, which were designed to affect adults' behavior, in fact improve children's health.
President Trump plans to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, overturning decades of U.S. foreign policy.
One candidate declared victory in Atlanta's mayoral race early Wednesday, though her challenger said she would request a recount with only several hundred votes separating them.
The Michigan Democrat, who has served in Congress for more than 50 years, is facing accusations of sexual harassment. He did not use the word "resigning," though he has been pressured to resign.
David Greene talks to Rep. Daniel Donovan, one of 13 Republicans who voted against the House version of the tax bill, about his concerns with the proposed legislation.
Rachel Martin talks to Rep. Jackie Speier about legislation to strengthen training, compliance and transparency surrounding sexual harassment in Congress.
Rachel Martin speaks with McKay Coppins, whose profile of Vice President Mike Pence for The Atlantic looks at the fine line Pence must walk between his beliefs and the president.
When a drug-sniffing dog alerts, it usually gives police the right to conduct a search. But how do you know a drug-sniffing dog actually detected the scent of something illegal?
Yemen's former president was killed by Houthi rebels just days after switching allegiances from the Iran-aligned Houthis to a Saudi-led coalition, the latest development in a two-year-long civil war.
Astronauts at the International Space Station sent down video of pizza night. Without gravity, they made pizza tossing look like a slow game of Frisbee.
Large-scale joint air force drills between the United States and South Korea are underway on the Korean peninsula. South Korea's Defense Ministry says these drills were long planned. But given North Korea's recent test of its most powerful missile yet, the war games come at an especially tense time.
The Republican tax plan that passed the Senate over the weekend has a lot of benefits for businesses. But some businesses will benefit more than others thanks to wrangling by Senators.
The U.S. Supreme Court has granted a Trump administration request to allow its revised travel ban to be fully enforced while legal challenges against it continue in lower courts.
NPR launches its 2017 Book Concierge on Tuesday, pulling together a year's worth of favorite reads from staff and critics. NPR Books editor Petra Mayer talks about some of this year's selections.