Uber-flawed surveys are still useful: They can plant ideas in respondents' heads, provide friendly numbers and test new messaging.
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President Trump's visit to the North Charleston plant comes after the company's employees voted against unionizing.
If the Colorado newspaper files a lawsuit, legal experts say it would be the first of its kind, potentially setting a legal definition for what is considered fake news and what is not.
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The president seemed as concerned with how he won the presidency as he was about his actual presidency. And this weekend he will once again be rallying like it's 2016.
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A federal appeals court ruled that part of the state's "Docs vs. Glocks" law limiting what doctors can ask patients about guns in the home violates the First Amendment right to free speech.
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A lobbying battle is being waged over a rule requiring financial advisers to act in their clients' best interest in retirement planning. It pits financial firms against consumer and retiree groups.
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Discussions of a border wall happen at the intersection of environmental and civil rights.
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The Trump administration faces protests and likely lawsuits for its plan to aggressively rein in the EPA. But environmental protection was not always so politically divisive.
Steve Inskeep talks with Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland, a Democratic member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. Democrats are upset with the committee's Republican-set agenda.
Democrats say the anger at recent GOP town halls reminds them of the same backlash they faced eight years ago with the rise of the Tea Party. Now, Democrats are using that as a blueprint.
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Here's a roundup of how Trump's new leadership could affect education.
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How the border wall might keep undocumented migrants in the country, a study measures the effects of voter ID laws on minority turnout, and Bey's Grammy snubs illustrates about race and merit.
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The true health of politicians has likely been cloaked in secrecy since the days of Mesopotamian kings, but definitely since the Wilson administration. Has the time come to test presidents' cognition?
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Steve Inskeep talks to Oklahoma Sen. James Lankford about Friday's vote to confirm Scott Pruitt to lead the EPA. The vote is before a deadline for Pruitt to release emails with fossil fuel interests.
It's now four weeks since President Trump was sworn in. Despite setbacks, like the sacking of his national security adviser, Trump is talking about "incredible progress" he's made since taking office.
President Trump's been dogged by reports saying his aides had contact with Russian intelligence. We look at how people in Russia are reacting to the news.
Rachel Martin speaks to former counterterrorism official Richard Clarke about Michael Flynn's resignation and the many developments related to the intelligence community this week.
Donald Trump decided to hold a news conference Thursday, and spent much of it insulting the news media.
Steve Inskeep talks to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman about his legal challenges to the White House's travel ban and other ways he is opposing President Trump's agenda.
At a news conference Thursday, Donald Trump said the media is being "dishonest" and talked about his new nominee to lead the Department of Labor.