Democratic activists are using the momentum from the election and the Women's March to get more people engaged in politics. One group coaches women of all different backgrounds to run for office.
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The Affordable Care Act covers 8 million millennials through Medicaid expansion, insurance exchanges, and the ability to stay on a parents' plan until age 26. The GOP health bill limits some options.
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The gathering of the world's largest economies, the group took a step back from its typically overt pro-free trade agenda. The cause of the change seemed to be pushbak from the United States.
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Scott Simon talks to Chris Masingill of the Delta Regional Authority, an agency that promotes the economy of the Mississippi Delta's eight states. It would be eliminated under Trump's budget proposal.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Texas Rep. Joaquin Castro about his role on the House Intelligence Committee, which will hold a hearing Monday on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. election.
More Americans are no longer affiliated with a religious institution. Peter Beinart of The Atlantic tells NPR's Scott Simon how that rise in secularism contributed to the rise of Donald Trump.
Conservative media have begun to split. Some support the White House and some support congressional Republicans. Scott Simon talks with Michael Graham, podcast editor for The Weekly Standard.
Advocates in Virginia and beyond hope voters will be more engaged in the wake of the 2016 and ready to take on redistricting reform.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is in the executive branch, but the president doesn't control it, which he says is unconstitutional. Agency supporters say independence is its strength.
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It's hard to imagine two more different political figures. Whether these polar opposites can collaborate may be the single biggest factor in determining the future of the trans-Atlantic partnership.
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In the wake of the 2016 election, redistricting reform advocates are hoping to engage voters in efforts to reduce partisan gerrymandering. In Virginia, activism is taking the form of a lawsuit and grassroots campaign.
The United Kingdom government says claims by President Trump's spokesman, Sean Spicer, that Britain spied on the Trump campaign are ridiculous and should be ignored.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times. They discuss the Republican health care bill and President Trump's budget proposal.
At a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, President Trump was asked about his controversial claims about wiretapping, the GOP health care bill and his views on trade.
It is unclear what information was on the agency-issued laptop, though a spokeswoman says the computers "are not permitted to contain classified information." An investigation is ongoing.
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Following a White House meeting, President Trump says he moved some conservative Republicans opposed to the healthcare bill into the "yes" column.
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In an awkward moment, Trump referred to 2013 revelations the NSA spied on the German chancellor: "We have something in common." The leaders, meeting for the first time, also spoke of trade and NATO.
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Ruffled by President Trump's past comments, U.S.-German relations haven't been warm lately. Hopes remain that Trump's meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel might help reset the relationship.
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Ruffled by some of President Trump's past comments, U.S.-German relations haven't exactly been warm lately. German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to the White House on Friday may change matters.
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President Trump's budget blueprint isn't the administration's only effort to downsize and reorganize the government. It's something many presidents have tried before him.