The proposal from the White House calls for a $1.4 billion increase in funding for school choice; a total of $9 billion in cuts.
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The National Institutes of Health, which funds research in treatments and cures, could lose 20 percent of its budget under the administration's proposal. More money would go for addiction treatment.
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In California, officers undergo cultural diversity and discrimination training, which includes understanding the cultural composition of the state and discussing the impact of racial profiling.
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The tweet drew a wide range of responses — and guesses over whether it was the work of an external hacker or a disgruntled McDonald's employee.
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A bill making its way through the Kentucky legislature might end a decades-old busing program in one of the state's largest — and most segregated — cities.
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The document released on Thursday is more of a political statement than an actual budget, as Congress will need to approve a final plan. But it does indicate the president's priorities.
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A judge in Hawaii has blocked President Trump's revised travel ban hours before it was set to begin. Rachel Martin talks with Hawaii Attorney General Douglas Chin, who filed a challenge to the ban.
"I was afraid [Geert] Wilders would win and after Trump and after Brexit, we were going to be the next polarized country," says a voter in The Hague. Talks have begun to form a coalition government.
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Investigations into Russian election meddling and Trump's claims of being wiretapped are getting underway in Congress. But Democrats and Republicans aren't on the same page.
President Trump is releasing a budget that spends more on the military and less on the EPA and State Department. Rachel Martin talks to Stephen Moore, who advised Trump's campaign on economic policy.
The Republican alternative to the Affordable Care Act is facing opposition from a lot of factions inside the GOP, from conservatives who want a clean repeal to Trump's own populist supporters.
A Hawaii judge has halted President Trump's second travel ban just hours before it was set to take effect.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is meeting with Chinese officials as part of a trip to Asia. Former George W. Bush adviser Michael Green tells Steve Inskeep about what the Chinese think of Tillerson.
The Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's center-right party defeated the party of the far-right populist Geert Wilders in an election in the Netherlands.
At a rally in Tennessee, President Trump reacted angrily to news that a court temporarily blocked his revised travel ban from taking effect. He also talked about the Republican health care plan.
Amid the rise of far-right political parties in Europe, Spain has no similar movement. That may be due to its history under a dictatorship and Spaniards' own experience as impoverished migrants.
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President Trump's budget blueprint calls for a 10 percent increase in military spending, along with deep cuts in foreign aid and the Environmental Protection Agency.
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President Trump said at a Nashville campaign rally wished he had stuck his ground and fought for his original, much stricter executive order. His second travel ban was temporarily halted Wednesday.
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A federal judge in Hawaii has granted a temporary restraining order against President Trump's revised executive order on immigration. This is the second time the courts have blocked the travel ban.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told NPR's Robert Siegel she doesn't think President Trump "has the faintest idea" about health care.
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