Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota has been meeting with eastern European NATO allies. She talks to Rachel Martin about what the sanctions could mean for Russia's regional neighbors.
When educators are buried under problems beyond their control — here's a solution: Get mindful.
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For 15 years, Fred Taylor Jr. apologized for a living. It was a "sorry" job, but someone had to do it, and for Taylor it became a way of life.
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The town of Sunderland, where jobs depend on a foreign employer, Nissan, voted resoundingly for Britain to leave the EU even though that could work against its economic interests.
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The big cat had the husky named Sasha pinned down. William Gibb punched the cougar in the face. The cougar took some swings too, but Gibb won, and the dog got medical attention.
Noah Forman bragged to the New York Daily News that on one 27-minute trip through Manhattan, he went through 240 consecutive green lights, no reds.
Bar Moju in Shanghai is tiny and only serves authentic concoctions created by its owner, Moe. To visit, you must make a reservation.
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The bar Moju will be serving a drink called the Sakura. It's made with Botanist gin, Cointreau triple sec, a twist of lemon and the bright pink syrup of the cherry blossom flower, imported from Japan.
Rachel Martin talks to New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley, who is among those vying to be Democratic National Committee chairman. Buckley has said the DNC requires "radical reform."
David Greene talks to Rami Kalazi, who reflects on the destruction of his native city and life in Turkey, where he went after Syrian regime forces blocked the road to Aleppo and he couldn't get home.
We like to think our universe is unique but if there can be one, then why not more? Some thinkers worry that pondering the so-called multi-verse is more like philosophy, not science.
David Greene talks to analyst and former negotiator Aaron David Miller about John Kerry's speech, in which he defended the U.S. decision not to veto the U.N. resolution against Israeli settlements.
Rachel Martin talks to Palestinian journalist Daoud Kuttab about Secretary of State John Kerry's speech defending the U.S. decision not to veto the U.N. resolution condemning Israeli settlements.
Why is it so hard to make public the evidence that Russia was behind the election hacks? A look at the inherent challenge facing a secret spy service operating in a democracy.
At 35, Neel Kashkari was in charge of the bank bailout program. He's now the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, and has a plan to make future bank bailouts much less likely.
In the desert Southwest, the Obama administration has designated 2 new national monuments. The move preserves sites in Utah and Nevada. State and local politicians vow to fight the designations.
Morning Edition remembers Debbie Reynolds with a few bars of "You Are My Lucky Star" from Singin' In The Rain.
Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds has died at the age of 84. Reynolds had a celebrated career as a film actress - she was in the classic Singin' in the Rain and a TV, Broadway and Las Vegas star.
The migrants traveled through Latin America in hopes of reaching the U.S.-Mexico border. Most were from Central America and Mexico, but a record number came from the Caribbean and even Africa.
Many cops believe they're being targeted. But while more officers were killed in ambushes, statistically it is a small number. Still, as one former cop says, pulling up a spreadsheet doesn't help.
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