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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his South Korean counterpart met at the State Department on Friday. The meeting comes on the heels of Pompeo's visit to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

The 39-page drug price plan includes an array of ideas that the administration will consider, but it's unclear which ones will be implemented.

In Locking Up Our Own, Pulitzer Prize-winning author James Forman Jr. argues that African-American leaders helped shape policies that harmed black communities. Originally broadcast July 17, 2017.

President Trump has embraced Israel's claim over Jerusalem, but Israelis have a love-hate relationship with the city. NPR visits one apartment building where a secular Israeli has moved out and a religious Israeli has moved in, as the city's religious character deepens.

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with political commentators Karen Tumulty of The Washington Post and Erick Erickson, who runs blog The Resurgen and hosts "The Erick Erickson Show" on WSBRadio about President Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen, Trump's foreign policy in North Korea and Iran and the confirmation battle over Trump's nominee to run the CIA, Gina Haspel.

President Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen is back in the news for accepting a $600,000 payment from AT&T for political consulting. Before this, Michael Cohen faced financial problems due to investment in taxi cab companies that have been upended by the rise of Uber and Lyft.

Parliamentary elections this weekend will be the most complicated in Iraq's post-war history. Many people say they won't vote. "I voted three times, but nothing changed," says an unemployed man.

Two big studies aim to rigorously test what could be a revolutionary treatment for a common and deadly disease: sepsis. Many doctors are awaiting the results before changing their practice.

"What's the problem with hundreds of thousands breaking through?" Hamas' Gaza leader Yehiyeh Sinwar told international reporters Thursday. The border fence, he said, was not a "sacred cow."

Selling access to power is an old business in politics, but leaked documents related to Michael Cohen, President Trump's personal lawyer, show just how lucrative and expansive that business can be.




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