Steve Inskeep talks to Sen. Angus King of Maine, an independent, aligned with Democrats and a member of the intelligence committee, about the resignation of Michael Flynn as national security adviser.
First lady Melania Trump has decided to keep the garden Michelle Obama started as part of a campaign to encourage kids to eat vegetables.
A teenager in the U.K. got bad seats at a concert. So he edited the band's Wikipedia page to say he was the singer's cousin — and he got his seats upgraded.
A master's degree, especially from an elite university, can be expensive. But a few universities are trying a combination of online classes with in-person ones, which can make things cheaper.
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Cars are less likely to stop when people of color step into intersections, study says. That may partly explain why there are higher levels of pedestrian deaths among racial minority communities.
Steve Inskeep talks to Republican Rep. Mike Johnson of Louisiana, who's on the House Judiciary Committee. There are calls for an investigation into Michael Flynn's interactions with the Russians.
Illinois has gone 20 months without a budget and the state's finances and services are increasingly precarious. Gov. Bruce Rauner and his chief Democratic opponent show little sign of compromising.
Morning Edition's Rachel Martin talks to Ellen Weintraub — commissioner of the Federal Election Commission — about the Trump administration's claims of voter fraud.
Union leaders may not like Trump's pick for labor secretary, but they do like the way he has gone after companies for sending jobs overseas and his criticism on NAFTA and other trade deals.
President Trump meets Wednesday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. They're expected to talk about Iran, ISIS and the long-simmering conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
Federal prosecutors in Oregon are getting a second chance to prove the armed occupation of a wildlife refuge was illegal. Jury selection is underway in Portland, Oregon.
David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts about the rules of the Senate, the breakdown of civility and when good manners turn bad.
A group of current and retired police chiefs are hoping to talk the Trump administration out of a return to what they see as a "lock 'em up" approach to law enforcement.
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to Ellen Weintraub — commissioner of the Federal Election Commission — about the Trump administration's claims of voter fraud.
Steve Inskeep talks to Matt Apuzzo of The New York Times about evidence that U.S. spy agencies have that show the Trump campaign was repeatedly in contact with senior Russian intelligence officials.
Michael Flynn resigned for misleading the vice president about his conversations with a Russian diplomat. To discuss possible replacements, David Greene talks to retired Army Colonel Peter Mansoor.
If you enjoy sports only as an escape from political give and take, commentator Pablo Torre warns there's some bad news: You can no longer enjoy the NBA. Players and coaches are talking politics.
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The musician and multimedia artist has created an immersive experience designed to make people aware of their implicit biases. It's called "The Institute Presents: NEUROSOCIETY."
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"It probably is the strangest story that I have encountered about North Korean elites and the Kim family," says Michael Madden, who runs the site North Korea Leadership Watch.
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In Salisbury, England, Nelson Foyle, 93, has been drinking in the same pub — the Dog and Gun — for the past 80 years. To honor him, fellow drinkers bought him a lordship of the manor title.