Rev. Keary Kincannon of Fairfax County, Va., will attend Trump's address to Congress, and says he doesn't expect Trump will say anything to ease his parishioners' fears about immigration orders.
Trump has denounced reporters for relying on leaks and unidentified sources. Yet, the White House has engaged in some leaks of its own to fight the media.
As Donald Trump prepares to address a joint session of Congress, David Greene talks to Maria Teresa Kumar, who heads Voto Latino, an organization that works to get out the Latino vote.
As the president prepares to address Congress, Steve Inskeep talks to Richard Haass of the Council on Foreign Relations to get a sense of what we might hear about foreign policy.
When an author portrays a culture that's not their own, inadvertent errors can be offensive. Some writers are turning to "sensitivity readers" who will look for details that don't ring true.
Steve Inskeep talks to Aryn Baker of "Time" magazine about a Liberian nursing assistant, who cared for Ebola patients, but who died earlier this month just after childbirth because no one would help her.
Saba Ahmed, leader of the Republican Muslim Coalition, supports President Trump and has hope for his economic agenda, but wants him to make a strong statement Tuesday against religious prejudice.
Many people are hoping President Trump will offer more details of his vision for his presidency in Tuesday night's speech to a joint session of Congress. David Greene talks to David Frum, senior editor at "The Atlantic" and former speechwriter for President George W. Bush, about the speech.
Democrats are preparing to respond to President Trump's speech to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night. David Greene talks to Mo Elleithee, executive director of the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service, about what he expects Trump to say.
Dams and levees across California are straining to handle winter storms. The state's water system was designed a century ago, before climate change was an issue. Now, it's being rethought.
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President Trump's plans, a rebuke of the prevailing push toward globalization, may overlook what's under the hood when it comes to manufacturing.
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The presidential campaign has brought an unlikely candidate to the fore. Macron, a former banker and former economy minister, is surging in the polls. His message: Embrace innovation and risk.
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A showdown may be coming on the meaning of religious freedom, and LGBT advocates fear anti-discrimination protections could be weakened as a result.
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The health law just needs a tuneup, says the CEO of Molina Healthcare, which operates in 12 states and Puerto Rico. The California-based insurer has seen profits, while Humana and Aetna struggled.
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It would be the first time humans have traveled beyond low Earth orbit since the days of Apollo. The mission would be manned and financed by two private, anonymous customers.
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The players tested a lot of new equipment so they'd be ready for next season. They tested mattresses, chose the perfect pillows, blankets and sheets — all to improve their dingy "sleep room."
A 1989 Washington Post poll found that while two-thirds of those surveyed couldn't name any of the Supreme Court justices, 54 percent could identify Judge Wapner as the judge of The People's Court.
David Greene talks to Cheo Hodari Coker — a screenwriter and creator of the Netflix series "Luke Cage" — about how people of color fared at Sunday night's Academy Awards.
On Tuesday, President Trump will address Congress. Over the weekend, he doubled down on his attacks on the press and tweeted that he will not attend the White House Correspondents' Dinner in April.
Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep talks to Harvard's Henry Louis Gates Jr., who sets out to change that with his African history series that airs Monday night on PBS.