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CHART: How Have Your Members Of Congress Voted On Gun Bills?

Mon, 02/19/2018 - 4:00am

Search members of Congress by state to find out how they have voted on key gun legislation in recent years.

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Election Heads 'Straddle The Line Between Sounding The Alarm And Being Alarmist'

Mon, 02/19/2018 - 4:00am

State election officers from all over the country met in Washington, D.C. this weekend, and received a classified intelligence briefing on threats from foreign adversaries.

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Black Women Gather In Atlanta To Harness Economic And Political Power

Sun, 02/18/2018 - 5:00pm

Michel Martin talks about the conference with Karen Finney, a former spokeswoman for Hillary Clinton, Nakisha Lewis, an organizer for Black Lives Matter, and New Jersey Congresswoman Bonnie Coleman.

Trump Tweet Ties 'Missed Signals' In Florida Shooting To FBI Russia Probe

Sun, 02/18/2018 - 5:00pm

President Trump's suggestion that the FBI failed to stop the Florida shooting because it spent too much time on the Russia investigation has outraged his critics.

Students Who Lived Through Florida Shooting Turn Rage Into Activism

Sun, 02/18/2018 - 5:00pm

After the latest mass shooting, teenagers in Florida are mobilizing with plans for rallies against school and gun violence in Washington, D.C., and around the country.

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Trump Says FBI Missed 'Signals' Of Florida School Shooting Because Of Russia Probe

Sun, 02/18/2018 - 1:51pm

Trump's flurry of weekend tweets about the Russia investigation and the latest school shooting drew condemnation from both sides of the aisle.

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Floridians Call For Change After Latest School Shooting

Sun, 02/18/2018 - 7:07am

After 17 people were killed in a mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., there's increasing pressure on lawmakers to take action on guns. Even some pro-gun Republicans are talking about policy changes.

Trump Campaigner On Russia Indictment

Sun, 02/18/2018 - 7:07am

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Susie Wiles, former senior strategist of the Trump campaign in Florida, about the recent indictment of 13 Russians for interference in the 2016 election.

Trump Administration's Latest Strike On CFPB: Budget Cuts

Sun, 02/18/2018 - 6:41am

Proposed cuts in funding for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau come amid questions about a Trump appointee softening the agency's stance on payday lenders. Democrats vow to fight the cuts.

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How Immigration Could Motivate Democrats In 2018

Sun, 02/18/2018 - 5:00am

Most of the voters who said immigration was their top concern were those who backed Donald Trump in 2016. But if DACA expires, that trend could reverse in 2018.

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Barbershop: History Of Immigration Politics

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 4:21pm

NPR's Michel Martin talks with Rutgers University labor professor Janice Fine, the Center for Immigration Studies' Jessica Vaughan and NPR's John Burnett about how U.S. immigration policies have evolved.

McMaster Says Evidence of Russia Interference 'Incontrovertible'

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 3:16pm

The national security adviser broke with what has been President Trump's script about the F.B.I. investigation into Russian interference in the election.

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Mitt Romney Announces Candidacy For Senate

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 7:08am

Former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney has announced he's running for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah. Voters there want him to be an outspoken critic of the Trump administration.

Rep. Jackie Speier On Indictment Of Russians

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 7:08am

NPR's Scott Simon talks with Rep. Jackie Speier, Democrat of Florida and member of the House Intelligence Committee, about the indictment of 13 Russian nationals.

Grand Jury Indicts Russians Over Election Interference

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 7:08am

A grand jury handed down indictments on 13 Russians for carrying out "information warfare" on the 2016 campaign, detailing years of efforts to hack American politics.

Mueller Indictment Of Russian Operatives Details Playbook Of Information Warfare

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 6:05am

There were Facebook groups and events inciting both left and right; fake identities to pay real people involved with rallies; and stolen U.S. identities used to facilitate payments for digital ads.

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The Russia Investigations: Mueller Indicts The 'Internet Research Agency'

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 6:00am

Here are five takeaways from the indictment unveiled on Friday that charged a St. Petersburg troll farm and a number of individual Russians with waging "information warfare" against the United States.

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'Strong' Black Woman? 'Smart' Asian Man? The Downside To Positive Stereotypes

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 5:07am

It's not hard to spin a positive stereotype as a compliment. But making any generalization about a group is a slippery slope.

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Tribal Leaders: Infrastructure Bill Should Include Indian Country Priorities

Sat, 02/17/2018 - 4:00am

"Tribal infrastructure is American infrastructure," the president of the National Congress of American Indians said in response to Trump's proposal for investing in U.S. infrastructure.

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Alleged Ex-Trump Paramour Says 'Catch And Kill' Practice Kept Her Quiet

Fri, 02/16/2018 - 10:23pm

Karen McDougal spoke to The New Yorker, in her first on-the-record remarks about an agreement she signed with the National Enquirer's parent company about the alleged 2006 affair.

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