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Michael Cohen, the longtime attorney for Donald Trump, has entered a new guilty plea in federal court in New York City. This was a surprise. Cohen had already offered a guilty plea in a separate case.
Legal battles and local tensions persist two years after the North Dakota prairie was filled with thousands of indigenous and environmental protesters opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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David Greene talks to Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia as the Senate prepares to vote on a proposal that could greatly reduce U.S. support for Saudi Arabia in Yemen's civil war.
Dunkin' unveiled a line of "Espresso-Wear." The clothing was designed for customers who need to carry coffees. Sadly, the items like Cappu-Chinos, pants with cup-holder pockets, are not real.
A new study found that dogs are relatively ordinary when compared with dolphins, wolves, pigeons, or cats.
The new report, authored by some of the top experts on China, warns of an aggressive influence campaign aimed at the U.S. government, universities and even Hollywood.
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Pakistan's prime minister will break ground on a corridor linking to India. It will allow visa-free travel for India's Sikhs to one of their holy sites.
It's been another violent week in Afghanistan. Former U.S. Army Col. Chris Kolenda, who helped set up a back channel with the Taliban, discusses what it will take to get all sides to the table.
Harry Leslie Smith, a World War II veteran who was known for his writing and activism, passed away on Wednesday at the age of 95.
Following a spike in donations and dues income in the 2016 election year, the NRA saw its total income fall in 2017, from $367 million to $312 million.
President Trump was scheduled to meet with Russian President Putin at the G20 summit. After Russia seized three Ukrainian ships, former ambassador William Taylor, discusses if the meeting is still on.
Republican and Democrat Senators defied the President by moving forward a resolution to end US involvement in the war in Yemen. Also, Trump heads to the G20 in Buenos Aires.
President Trump was scheduled to meet with Russian President Putin at the G20 summit. After Russia seized 3 Ukrainian vessels, former ambassador William Taylor, discusses if the meeting is still on.
The Trump administration wants Central American migrants to stay on the Mexican side of the border while their asylum claims are processed. But human rights groups say Mexico is a dangerous place.
Do recessions have to happen? Is it possible for a country to just not have economic downturns? Australia has gone nearly 30 years without a recession. So what can we learn from it?
Argentina hosts the G20 summit this weekend but it's been a rocky time in the run-up, from economic problems to the chaotic cancelation of a soccer championship.
Senators voted overwhelmingly to move forward on a resolution limiting American involvement in the civil war in Yemen. We discuss the latest in the ongoing U.S. and Saudi fallout.
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with reporters Christian Sheckler of the South Bend Tribune and Ken Armstrong of ProPublica about systemic corruption in the police department of Elkhart, Ind.
President Trump heads to the international summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina, this week. The answers to a number of looming questions could determine whether the visit is a success.
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The 1975 frontman's lifestyle sent him to rehab. David Greene speaks with Healy about giving up his "love affair" with drugs and the band's latest album, A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships.
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