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Amazon is rolling out "Key," a WiFi-connected camera linked to a smart door lock to allow package delivery inside your home. Privacy experts say Key will tell us a lot about our trust in corporations.

The Justice Department has informed AT&T that it will oppose the company's planned $85 billion merger unless it sells off CNN — a network frequently derided by President Trump.

Republican Gov. Paul LePage vetoed Medicaid expansion several times before, so advocates took the measure to the ballot box. Now the governor is placing financial conditions on moving ahead.

Last night marked the first big win for Democrats after the devastation of the 2016 election. It would be hard to argue that last night's victories can solve the party's challenges. Following Tuesday's election, some of Clinton's voters from Ohio discuss their ongoing frustrations with the Democratic party.

The flooding after Hurricane Harvey damaged at least 100,000 homes in the Houston area. Now many of those frustrated homeowners are now eager to sell and real estate agents and investors from around the country are ready to snatch them up.

NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Ben Lockwood, assistant professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, about how successful the mortgage interest deduction has been in encouraging home ownership in the U.S.

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with former Republican Congressman Tom Davis from Virginia about the Democratic victories in yesterday's elections. Democrats had a strong showing up and down the ballot throughout the state.

Across the country, Tuesday's election was full of firsts. In Virginia, the House of Delegates gained its first openly transgender member, its first two Latinas, and its first Asian-American woman — and those are just the returns of one state's historical elections.

On the day that Vice President Pence visits Sutherland Springs, Texas to console victims of Sunday's church shooting, people in the town are still reacting to and reflecting on what's happened to the small community.

The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, a 1977 U.S. law, bars payoffs to foreign officials by companies. Its global reach has helped fight corruption. But the law has critics, including President Trump.




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