A day after the Senate held a public hearing on Russia's cyber activities, Donald Trump gets his briefing. And, Trump's reported to have picked ex-Sen. Dan Coats to head National Intelligence.
State and local governments are expected to continue to be very active in employment law — passing their own rules on minimum wage, paid leave and other worker protections.
Rachel Martin talks to outgoing Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz for a look at the U.S. energy picture and where it's heading — as renewable energy takes a larger share of the electric power mix and new vulnerabilities in the grid emerge.
David Greene talks to Italian journalist Beppe Severgnini, who discusses how Italy is grappling with fake news, and the accusation by one populist leader that the media is producing those stories.
Alabama's historically black Talladega College has accepted an invitation for its band to march in the parade which follows Donald Trump's inauguration. But the decision did not come easily.
When the communist system in Russia came crashing down 25 years ago, many Russians hoped their country would become a democracy. But increasingly, democrats are choosing political exile.
In an interview with NPR's David Greene, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders criticized the Democratic Party for not listening to the needs of everyday Americans.
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Some analysts say any involvement by President-elect Trump in a project, even if just his name, can create a conflict of interest, complicating national security, foreign policy or economic concerns.
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The musician and Snapchat advice guru says his communication style is meant to resonate with young audiences. "Sometimes we've got to get somebody to translate in a different way," he says.
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As a teenager, Kayla Wilson talked to her grandma about her mom's incarceration in 2006. Now an adult, she and her mom discuss those days and how the experience changed them.
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