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Steve Inskeep talks with Chris Buskirk of the conservative website American Greatness about what Trump voters think of the GOP tax plan.
North Korea tested its longest-range ballistic missile yet. Experts say the latest missile could potentially reach the United States.
The the new show from Amazon takes place in late 1950s New York. Midge Maisel's life falls apart and she has to figure out what she's good at. So she goes from housewife to stand-up comic.
The NFL has been more active than the NHL in addressing concerns about concussions and CTE. David Greene talks with neuroscientist Charles Tator talks about hockey's tepid response.
A volcano on the Indonesian island of Bali could be on the verge of more eruptions. The local government called for the evacuation of more than 100,000 people in the danger zone.
Senators are about to get their chance to grill the nominee for head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Critics say he has a conflict of interest.
A Libyan national was convicted on terrorism charges for his role in the attacks on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, but was acquitted on the most serious charges of murder.
Pope Francis called for peace in a speech in Myanmar on Tuesday, but he did not mention the country's minority Rohingya population. Rachel Martin talks to journalist Michael Sullivan about the speech.
David Greene talks to GOP Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, a member of the Senate finance and budget committees, about the tax overhaul that President Trump would like to have passed by Christmas.
Rachel Martin talks to Republican Rep. Warren Davidson of Ohio about control of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. NPR's Uri Berliner weighs in on the politics at the relatively new agency.
Allegations of sexual harassment often sound like they would make a good lawsuit, but many such cases are quickly dismissed. The law sets a high bar for what constitutes sexual harassment.
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Justin and Jordan Garton, who are expecting their first child in December, really like the Olive Garden. Naming their daughter Olive Garton would be too on the nose. They plan to name her Olivia.
Houses on streets with weird names generally have less value. Students looked for examples at Butt Street and Fanny Street. Property values on those streets were as much as 20 percent lower.
Sexual harassment allegations against Senator Al Franken have been complicated for Abby Honold. She's a rape survivor who had asked Franken to sponsor sexual assault legislation. She's asked Franken to take his name off the bill.
Following a prolonged and violent presidential election that had to be rerun after a court rejected the initial results, Kenya's incumbent president was sworn-in for a second term.
Republicans hope to do away with the Alternative Minimum Tax, which was created to ensure that the rich don't escape taxes with deductions. These days, it also hits many upper middle class families.
In 2003, a film called The Room was released in Los Angeles. It became a cult hit. James Franco and Seth Rogen have made their own movie based on The Room — it's called The Disaster Artist.
Pope Francis is meeting with Myanmar's leaders at a time when they're facing international condemnation over what the State Department calls ethnic cleansing of the country's minority Rohingya.
The FBI has opened investigations into ISIS recruitment across the country. Why would an American teenager try to join ISIS, and once he's made that decision, is there any chance of saving him?
President Trump has lunch on Capitol Hill Tuesday as he and GOP leaders aim to pass a tax bill by Christmas. And, Pope Francis, who's visiting Myanmar, meets with the country's civilian leader.