Speaker of the House Paul Ryan talks to Steve Inskeep about his ideas to reshape the countries policies to address poverty in America.
As the Republican convention kicks off in Cleveland, the news from Baton Rouge has cast a shadow. Scott Detrow talks to Leslie Rutledge, who is attorney general in Arkansas.
In Louisiana, the city of Baton Rouge is mourning three police officers who were shot and killed Sunday morning. The shooting comes after days of protests and unrest in response to video of police shooting and killing Alton Sterling.
As the Republican Convention kicks off, columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Tucker Carlson of The Daily Caller examine the political impact of the attack on police officers in Baton Rouge, La.
As the Republican convention kicks off in Cleveland, "Morning Edition" examines how the killings in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, impact discussion of guns and national security.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan could use the coup attempt against him to purge government institutions, including the military and the judiciary. Critics say he has already accumulated too much power.
When the conference was held there in 2000, HIV was terrifying. It was spreading rapidly and an infection was viewed as a death sentence. Now, conference attendees celebrate a sea change around HIV.
Turkey's president insists an aging Islamic scholar exiled in Pennsylvania was behind the coup attempt in Turkey. Fethullah Gulen has a large following in Turkey and among Turks around the world.
In France, most people in Nice know that their city is a hotbed of jihadism. More than 100 people have left Nice — the most of any city in France — to fight with Isis in Syria and Iraq.
As the Republican convention gets ready to kicks off, Morning Edition is in Cleveland. Steve Inskeep and Scott Detrow talks to Roger Villere, chairman of the Louisiana Republican Party.
The failed coup opened divisions between those who support the current leadership and those who worry they are using the failed takeover to purge the judiciary and the army and amass even more power.
Three police officers were killed and 3 injured in a shooting in Baton Rouge Sunday. This comes after days of protests in the city in response to video of police shooting and killing Alton Sterling.
Nothing is simple in Mideast relations. Not even hummus. Lebanon, Israel and Palestinians are entangled over who owns the dish. Not even the title of world's largest hummus platter settled the matter.
A recent poll shows stress tops the list for people concerned about the impact of their job on their health. Workplace wellness programs often address stress, but many employees don't sign up.
Research shows exercise-based cardiac rehab programs help heart patients heal faster and live longer. But fewer than a third take part. Time and cost are the main barriers, doctors and patients say.
Donald Trump ended weeks of speculation Friday by announcing his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence. The announcement wasn't simple, though, coming in the wake of the mass killing in Nice, France.
Though Trump called off his news conference announcing his running mate, nevertheless he made his announcement right on time — on Twitter. In the tweet, Trump said his choice is the Indiana governor.
NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Regis Le Sommier, the deputy editor-in-chief of the weekly French magazine Paris Match, about French national security in the wake of another apparent attack.
At least 84 people have been killed in the French city of Nice after a truck plowed into a crowd there. NPR's Dina Temple-Raston explains the latest on the investigation into that attack.
Steve Inskeep talks to Imad Dafaaoui, a Moroccan university student, who was among those celebrating France's Independence Day in Nice Thursday night.