Steve Inskeep follows up with Margie Orr, a school district official who participated in NPR's York Project on race and politics in 2008, to ask about her view of the 2016 election.
David Greene talks to former State Department official Wendy Sherman about Donald Trump's comments regarding a one-China policy, and she shares her impressions of his pick to run the State Department.
NBC News reports Russian President Vladimir Putin was directly involved in the distribution of DNC emails hacked by Russia. David Greene talks to NBC National Security Expert William Arkin.
Steve Inskeep catches up with Sarah Block Yacoviello, a reluctant Trump supporter who spoke to NPR 8 years ago as part of the York Project, an examination of race and politics in York, Pa.
Trump hasn't held a press conference since July, opting instead for frequent tweets and the occasional interview. Presidents elect typically take questions from reporters within days.
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Through the decades, "politically correct" has been regarded as shield and club; as cowardly and courageous. But it's meant one thing above them all: Confusion.
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Carrier's tax incentives deal to keep jobs in Indiana, under pressure from Donald Trump, has other manufacturers wondering if they should ask for the same treatment.
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The President-elect and the tech industry have clashed on many issues. But at the roundtable, Trump struck a conciliatory tone, saying he was "here to help you folks do well."
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Some text and videos that spread false information about a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant were taken down after a man went there with a gun to "self-investigate."
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As part of our "Finding America" series, two friends ride the bus through Seattle and talk about physical and demographic changes in their neighborhood.
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Donald Trump says he wants his wife and son to continue living in Trump Tower after he is sworn in, at least at first. That could end up costing taxpayers a lot of money.
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The president-elect has chosen the head of the Michigan Republicans to lead the national GOP. An early Trump supporter, McDaniel is the niece of 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
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Nearly half of all Americans think Obama will go down in history as an "outstanding" or "above-average" president. But Democrats are much more likely to say so than Republicans.
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He's a billionaire respected by organized labor and Trump's pick for secretary of commerce. But Wilbur Ross Jr. still has left-wing critics who see him as a vulture capitalist.
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President-elect Trump met Wednesday with leaders of the tech industry, who he's often been at odds with over issues like trade, encryption andb immigration.
President-elect Donald Trump nominated ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson for secretary of State. It may seem an odd choice at first, but running a big oil company requires sophisticated diplomatic skills.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Dmitri Alperovitch, co-founder and chief technology officer of CrowdStrike, about their assessment on how Russian hackers breached the Democratic National Committee and what it means for U.S. cyber security.
In an interview with President Obama's Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Adviser, Lisa Monaco, she says the Obama administration may yet respond more forcefully to Russian cyber intrusions. She also weighs in on U.S. strategy in Syria and advice for her successor in the Trump White House.
President-elect Trump promised to hold a press conference on Thursday to address conflicts of interest. Instead, he has postponed that event indefinitely. He said in tweets this week that his sons would run his businesses. But late Tuesday, the Office of Government Ethics said having his children run his business does not eliminate conflicts. And on Wednesday, the General Services Administration addressed Trump's conflicts involving his Washington, D.C., hotel.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with meteorologist Eric Holthaus about the race to preserve U.S. climate data before the Trump administration, and the fear that the new administration will erase the work of climate change researchers.