Members of a Syrian refugee family who arrived at New York's JFK Airport on Monday were excited to be headed for a new home in Syracuse, and to give their children a good future in the U.S.
David Greene talks to Tom Nichols, an author and professor at the Naval War College, who says the public and the media need to take a step back and a long breath when thinking about President Trump.
Steve Inskeep and Rachel Martin have the travel ban story of Vian Dakhil, who's a member of the Iraqi Parliament and is a Yazidi activist.
Among those who benefited from Obamacare are many homeless people who were able to get Medicaid for the first time. Some are worried about what a repeal of the Affordable Care Act could mean.
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Wild hogs inflict $1.5 billion in damage on U.S. property each year. But biologists can now track the elusive animals via tiny bits of DNA the swine leave behind in puddles and ponds.
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President Trump's travel ban is on hold for now but the administration is appealing. Rachel Martin talks to Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland about the ban and other political issues.
For months, Piggy Smalls has eluded capture. A joint task force finally apprehended the pig and released it to animal rescue. Piggy Smalls will no longer be hogging all the attention in Forest Grove.
In new video shot on the International Space Station, NASA posed the question: How far can you throw a football in a zero-G environment? Astronaut Tim Kopra threw for 564,664 yards.
Rachel Martin talks to Matt Lewis, a senior columnist for "The Daily Beast," about President Trump's travel ban. A federal appeals court on Sunday rejected a request by the Justice Department to immediately restore the ban.
President Trump warns if the travel ban isn't reinstated, some people with "bad intentions" will be allowed to enter the U.S. Humanitarian groups say refugees they are working with are good people.
A federal judge in Washington State has temporarily blocked President Trump's travel ban affecting refugees, and citizens of seven Muslim majority countries. The administration is appealing.
Syrian refugees in Jordan who had flights cancelled by the Trump administration travel ban began receiving calls on Sunday from a U.N. agency asking if they are prepared to travel on Monday.
In a small corner of Nairobi, where men gather to talk politics, President Trump is adored. They view him with hope that populism and the will of the people can be respected in a democracy.
For a while, it looked like the Atlanta Falcons were going to be Super Bowl champs, but Tom Brady commanded the come-from-behind Patriots to force overtime.
Jury selection in the federal conspiracy trial against Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and 16 of his militia followers begins Monday in Las Vegas.
New England won the Super Bowl in overtime beating the Atlanta Falcons. But the Super Bowl is more than the game — from the half-time show to the ads — we do a little Monday morning quarterbacking.
David Greene and Rachel Martin report on Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii, who has been criticized for making a trip to Syria and meeting with President Bashar Assad.
Rachel Martin talks to Scott Paul, the president of Alliance for American Manufacturing, one of 28 business and union leaders appointed to President Trump's new manufacturing jobs initiative.
After floods in West Virginia destroyed thousands of homes, residents struggled to find housing. Now, high school students in vocational schools are helping by building them small, functional homes.
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NAFTA critics say money and jobs go to Mexico, but U.S. companies, like Kansas City Southern, do benefit. The company, built around trade with Mexico, has been hit hard by Trump's victory.
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