Veteran activists who helped make ACT UP and its affiliates a potent force in the fight against AIDS are now helping train activists opposed to the policies of the Trump administration.
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"All options are on the table," U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said during his visit to South Korea, amid rising tensions with North Korea over its nuclear and ballistic missile program.
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Results of a new Ipsos poll conducted for NPR suggest Americans may be sending a garbled message when they voice their opinions on taxes.
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Rather than resent Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C, for rebellious moves like torpedoing the GOP's replacement for Obamacare, voters outside Asheville are showing support for the legislator.
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Democrats are watching bellwether elections. Steve Inskeep and NPR's Scott Detrow talk to Tom Perez — chairman of the DNC — as he begins a national unity tour with Sen. Bernie Sanders.
In the northern suburbs of Atlanta, Ga. the outcome of a special election to fill a longtime Republican House seat on Tuesday could be an indication of how voters feel about the Trump administration.
Protesters around the country demanded President Trump release his taxes. In Florida, protesters were near Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort, where he is spending the Easter weekend.
NPR's Lulu Garcia Navarro talks with David Adesnik of the Foreign Policy Initiative and Scott McConnell of The American Conservative to understand the split beliefs in the Republican party.
Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to reporter Julie Hirschfeld Davis of The New York Times from Mar-a-Lago, where President Trump is spending his seventh weekend, about Trump's reversals in the past week.
Shannon Coulter, the founder of the anti-Trump boycott movement #GrabYourWallet, believes the protest is having a broader cultural impact beyond affecting a corporation's bottom line.
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Jon Ossoff's campaign has attracted a lot of money and volunteers from across the country. But local, older voters who lament the longtime GOP lean of the area are now fired up too.
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How will our diets shift as climate change causes sea-level rise and coastal flooding? Photographer Allie Wist attempts to answer that with pictures of an imagined "post-sea-level-rise dinner party."
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On SNL, Alec Baldwin's President Trump had a reality-show elimination between Jared Kushner and Steve Bannon, while Melissa McCarthy's Sean Spicer had a brief — and inaccurate — history of Passover.
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President Donald Trump will be spending Easter at Mar-A-Lago, but outside of the private club, protesters will be demanding that he release his taxes.
Court rulings have stalled plans by the state of Arkansas to execute several prisoners before its supply of a lethal-injection drug expires at the end of this month.
Journalist Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, conservative political commentator Lenny McAllister, and Arsalan Iftikhar, founder of TheMuslimGuy.com talk about the week's many developments in foreign policy.
Protests across the country, including in D.C. and near Trump's private club in Florida, focused on the president's decision to keep his tax returns private.
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Tens of millions of dollars and hundreds of volunteers are flooding into a congressional special election in Atlanta's suburbs. Democrats say it's a referendum on Trump's first few months in office.
NPR's Linda Wertheimer speaks with Thomas "Mack" McLarty, who was Bill Clinton's first chief of staff in 1993, about his first 100 days in the White House. Trump is approaching that mark.
As the Trump administration looks for legislative and policy wins, the president is publicly reversing positions on issues as varied as Syria and health care.