Rachel Martin talks with Tanit Koch, the editor of Bild, Europe's best-selling newspaper, about German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to the U.S. and her meeting with Trump.
Judge Neil Gorsuch has said deferring to agencies is an abdication of judicial responsibility. He is expected to be grilled on this at Monday's confirmation hearings.
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The outline released Thursday by the White House reduces funding for public housing, Meals on Wheels, community grants and more. Trump's lead budget official says such programs aren't proven to work.
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Advocates on both sides of the aisle say the GOP health care bill will be bad for Texas because it will lead to more people without coverage and punish the state because it did not expand Medicaid.
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Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch ruled on the Hobby Lobby case before it reached the high court. His concurrence argued religious freedom could extend even further than the Supreme Court ruled.
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Michael Flynn collected more than $50,000 by companies, including a Kremlin-backed television network, to talk about U.S. intelligence, according to documents released in a congressional inquiry.
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NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Josh Blackman, a professor at South Texas College of Law Houston, about how President Trump's speech against Muslims during the campaign has hurt him in his legal arguments for the travel ban.
The White House wants to increase efficiency in the federal government and that could mean eliminating agencies. That, however, is easier said than done.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Rep. Warren Davidson, a member of the House Freedom Caucus, about the White House budget proposal. He says the proposal is a step in the right direction, but he would like to see further cuts going forward.
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Andrew Natsios, the former head of the U.S. Agency for International Development, about the Trump administration's proposal to cut the State Department's budget by 29 percent.
The proposed spending cuts released on Thursday would affect local arts groups as well as public radio and TV stations nationwide.
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The president and his advisers are playing into lawyers' worst nightmare: digging their legal case into a deep hole by making remarks outside the courtroom.
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The White House's proposed federal budget cuts everything from research to regulation, and makes clear that the administration doesn't view climate change as a priority.
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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.