Chronic homelessness can't always be solved by giving people homes. Four months after we profiled a woman living on the streets of Los Angeles, she's in an apartment but still struggling.
Mexicans are outraged over President Trump's treatment of their president, calling Trump a bully. This comes after Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto canceled plans to meet with Trump.
In Colombia, Marxist rebels have agreed to disarm by May 31 under the terms of a hard-fought peace treaty. But harder than agreeing to peace might be transforming 7,000 rebels into civilians.
President Trump is visiting the Pentagon Friday. Steve Inskeep speaks with retired Lt. Gen. David Barno about Trump's approach to terrorism and how Trump will be received.
Protesters took to the streets in Philadelphia, where congressional Republicans are having an annual retreat. Many demonstrators are concerned about Trump's promise to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
David Greene speaks with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, who says he's willing to work with the Trump administration, but says he will "stand up" for the people of Los Angeles if needed.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is visiting the U.S. She's the first foreign leader to visit President Trump. David Greene talks with David Rennie of The Economist about the "special relationship."
The Year of the Rooster begins Saturday, and hundreds of millions have departed to celebrate with family. "All the outsiders have left for home," says 85-year-old grandmother Yuan Suizhen.
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One part of the federal health law gave hospitals financial incentives to improve patient care. Some invested big to make those changes and are worried about what losing that support would mean.
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Frauke Petry's Alternative for Germany party enjoys the most support of any nationalist faction in that country since World War II. Its counterparts in Europe are also seeing surges in support.
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Animal welfare rules made organizers in New Zealand abandon the rodeo tradition of children chasing sheep. Now children are chasing volunteers in sheep costumes.
Nobody drafted Joe Vellano out of college. He found a place in the NFL as a backup or practice squad player. But in his second season he played for the New England Patriots, and now he's with Atlanta.
Congressional Republicans are huddling in Philadelphia to work out plans on health care and tax reform. President Trump and Vice President Pence take part in meetings today.
Immigrants who are staying in the U.S. illegally are worried about how President Trump's recent executive order to withhold funds from sanctuary cities could upend their lives.
David Greene talks with Representative Adam Schiff, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, who is launching an investigation into President Trump's potential connections to Russia.
Congress may pass the laws, but the president makes the rules. These are things like regulations, or the specifics of how a law is applied.
The U.S. Border Patrol agents' union backed Donald Trump's candidacy. Steve Inskeep talks with union leader Brandon Judd about the president's executive action on a border wall and sanctuary cities.
Some investors think they can gather enough from President Trump's tweets about businesses to create a profitable trading strategy. Chris Dieterich of The Wall Street Journal explains.
Steve Inskeep speaks with Ai-jen Poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, who discusses the way forward for activism after the massive Women's March in Washington, D.C.
The Trump administration is pushing American automakers to build more small cars in the U.S. But trucks and SUVs began outselling small cars two years ago.