Steve Inskeep talks to John Cohen, who served as a senior counterterrorism official for Presidents Bush and Obama. He says the delayed new travel order would do nothing to address real threats.
Rachel Martin talks to Rep. Frank Pallone, top-ranking Democrat on the panel that will approve the bill. Democrats say they're being prevented from seeing a copy of the ACA replacement bill.
Conservative politician Francois Fillon continues to lose support in his bid to be France's next President. Fillon is facing allegations of corruption involving his wife.
A deadline has been set for firms interested in helping to build a wall along the southern border. Prototype ideas are due this week; the government plans to make some design decisions by mid-April.
President Trump wants congressional intelligence committees to investigate whether the executive branch abused its powers in the run-up to last November's presidential election.
Rachel Martin talks to filmmaker Michael Moore, who says disappointed voters need to call their members of Congress, take part in protests and think about running for local office themselves.
Many employers say they need H-1B workers because of a talent shortage among U.S. tech companies. But some Americans say the program that allows foreigners to be hired has put them out of work.
Environmental groups are concerned about possible cutbacks to the EPA. Steve Inskeep talks to David Goldston, director of governmental affairs for the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Lyme disease is spreading, and this summer is shaping up as a whopper. Why has the tick-borne illness gotten so bad? The answer traces back to something the colonists did more than 200 years ago.
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With the Trump family "so involved in international business, the logistical issues, costs and security risks are more substantial than we're used to seeing," says an expert in presidential travel.
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The projectiles were launched from near the North's missile base of Tongchang-ri, on Sunday, says South Korea's military. At least one of the missiles flew about 620 miles.
In the White House's letter to the Office of Government Ethics this week about Kellyanne Conway, there's a passage that is potentially far more significant than a clothing endorsement.
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he will play no role in a probe into Russian meddling in the U.S. election. During his confirmation, Sessions failed to disclose contacts with a Russian ambassador.
Confusion has engulfed the Kona Brewing Company. A class-action lawsuit accuses the brewer of creating the impression Kona is brewed in Hawaii. The company says its labels are clear.
The company used a bitter chemical on the small cartridges to discourage people — presumably small children — from swallowing them. Which doesn't explain why adults are tasting their video games.
Sociologists say they are seeing unprecedented grass-roots activism across the country, and they credit the president. One says Trump has helped people find common ground — based on their anger.
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Some opponents of President Trump's policies have been using social media to promote a boycott of Trump wines. But supporters have been urging people to buy. So far, it appears sales are strong.
David Greene talks to Senator Chris Coons, a Democrat from Delaware, who has been speaking out about the importance of pushing back on Russian aggression.
The White House soon will release a revised version of its travel ban. Some travelers with visas and even U.S. citizens, say they're experiencing unusually long detentions and questioning at airports.
Steve Inskeep talks to Christopher Caldwell, senior editor at "The Weekly Standard," about Trump's speech to Congress, and who on Trump's team has meet with Russia's ambassador to the U.S.