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Lawyers for the government and the ACLU remain at odds over efforts to reunify families separated when they crossed the border.
A national strike has been called for Friday in Nicaragua, as the calls for President Daniel Ortega and his wife to step down from power intensify.
At age 67, Rodney Crowell has become the literarily inclined elder statesman of the Americana scene. His new album, Acoustic Classics, is a look back at the songs of his career's many seasons.
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Salvador, the capital of Bahia state, has become a hub for black-owned businesses. A startup accelerator there supports companies based on their potential for social and economic impact.
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The Senate voted 88-11 this week to constrain presidential authority to use national security as justification for taxing foreign goods, but the measure was nonbinding.
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Seven fast-food franchises, facing potential prosecution from the state of Washington, abandoned a practice critics say hurt workers' chances of earning more and moving up the ladder.
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FBI agent Peter Strzok testifies on Capitol Hill about text messages he sent that were critical of then-candidate Donald Trump. Republicans claim Strzok's texts reveal anti-Trump bias.
President Trump wrapped up his appearance at a NATO summit in Brussels with an unscheduled news conference.
President Trump gave an unplanned news conference Thursday following meetings with leaders of NATO countries. We also talk with former NATO Director of Policy Planning Fabrice Pothier.
After a contentious NATO summit, President Trump visits the U.K. NPR's Noel King talks with former British Foreign Secretary David Miliband about President Trump's trip to the U.K.
A woman of color is challenging an entrenched white male congressman in a Democratic primary in Massachusetts's 7th Congressional District around Boston.
President Trump held in impromptu news conference in Brussels.
President Trump gave an unplanned news conference in Brussels on Thursday. We have coverage and analysis.
A man was paid as an archives director in Spain for a decade, but he reportedly would only clock in, leave and then return to clock out. He's been barred from government work for several years.
Two Ohio men were just trying to get a free ride when they hopped a moving train. More than 50 miles later, the train hadn't slowed down enough for them to hop off. They called 911 and were arrested.
The Charlotte Housing Authority requires that people who get housing subsidies work — and the program is considered a success story. But helping people become self-sufficient remains a challenge.
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A conservative plan for paid family leave is gaining traction from Republicans. NPR's Noel King talks with Carrie Lukas of the Independent Women's Forum about why her group is championing the program.
A Salvadoran father was reunited with his two young boys Tuesday night in San Diego — they were among a few dozen immigrant families brought back together due to a court-ordered deadline.
As the U.K. government prepares to receive President Trump, London braces for big protests, featuring a blimp of the U.S. president as a diapered baby.
The United States has leverage over China in the escalating trade conflict between the two countries. But China could retaliate in ways that cause real harm to the American economy.