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Supreme Court justices this week looked at whether police can arrest people who they mistakenly believe are trespassing.

Dan Gross, founder of the Center to Prevent Youth Violence and former president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, explains whether gun regulations are making progress on the state level.

When a drifting weedkiller hit America's farming heartland this summer, it damaged crops and friendships. The chemical could also be bad news for other vegetation, as well as bees and butterflies.

The former vice president has made several public appearances recently, discussing foreign policy and boosting other Democrats. One political strategist says that's just usual Joe — not a campaign.

After events like the Las Vegas shooting, the names of killers often have more staying power than those of heroes. NPR's Scott Simon ponders the media's role in determining who we remember.

Donald Malarkey fought through Europe during World War II as a member of the famed U.S. Army Easy Company. He spent 172 days on the front lines, more than any other member of E-Company.

The U.S. says Russia is violating the treaty and some Republicans want to respond by developing a new missile. But arms control experts say that could spur a nuclear arms race and isn't necessary.

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Kim Masters, host at KCRW and editor at large at The Hollywood Reporter, about the allegations against Weinstein that The New York Times reported.

Nearly a week has passed since the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history and investigators are continuing to look for clues into why the shooter did what he did.

NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Republican Sen. Dan Sullivan from Alaska about what Congress will do if President Trump decides to decertify the Iran Deal.




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