Donald Trump said Wednesday he thinks Russia was behind recent hacks, but later said it could have been others. He also denied allegations that Russia has a file with damaging information about him.
The U.S. is sending tanks and soldiers to Poland and the Baltic states to counter a perceived threat from Russia. It's part of the biggest U.S. military deployment in Europe in decades.
Donald Trump's attacks on the media dominated his first news conference since being elected president. He singled out BuzzFeed and CNN for criticism.
Rachel Martin speaks with Republican Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma, who says the U.S. is threatened more than ever and Gen. James Mattis is the right pick for secretary of defense.
The late-night "vote-a-rama" set in motion the process for gutting key provisions of the Affordable Care Act in a way that evades Democrats' threat of a filibuster.
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Every once in a while, NPR's go-to books guru sends host Steve Inskeep a big stack of books. They're generally "under-the-radar" reads — titles she thinks deserve a little more attention.
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A statewide collaborative of nail salons now has 120 members; all have made ventilation upgrades and switched from toxic products to safer ones. Will clients be willing to pay extra to help workers?
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A new NPR/Ipsos poll shows many Americans don't know details about the Affordable Care Act. And only 1-in-7 favor repealing the law altogether without a replacement.
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The former Exxon Mobil CEO appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, where he faced tough questions about his business dealings with many countries, including Russia.
The president-elect also outlined his plan to avoid conflicts of interest, restated his pledge to build a border wall and promised to name a Supreme Court nominee within two weeks of the inauguration.
Rachel Martin talks to GOP Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona about an unverified document that alleges collusion between Russia and President-elect Donald Trump and his camp. Trump calls it "fake news."
Reporter Bob Woodward met with his source Deep Throat in the garage. A new development will take its place but a plaque commemorating the secret meetings will be restored once the project is done.
Job requirements include: 8 years experience running a highly regarded nation, be a great speaker and have a Nobel Peace Prize. No word yet on whether President Obama would like the position.
After ISIS was forced out and no government took responsibility for rebuilding, residents repaired bridges, schools and markets. The effort is thanks to Yacub Youssef, a former sports teacher.
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Donald Trump is holding a long-awaited press conference on Wednesday. Rachel Martin talks 2 people waiting for what Trump has to say: former White House ethics lawyers, Norm Eisen and Richard Painter.
A pistol-packing reporter who snuck into Nazi territory to break the news that World War II had begun has died. Clare Hollingworth was a trail-blazer for female war correspondents. She was 105.
Major automakers at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit are betting big on self-driving vehicles. They all believe in a driver-less future, but they disagree on when it will arrive.
A federal jury in Charleston, S.C., has sentenced Dylann Roof to death for the 2015 church killings. The same jury convicted him last month in the nine shootings.
President Obama defended his legacy in a farewell address in Chicago Tuesday night. He also underscored some of the challenges facing the country as he prepares to leave office in nine days.
Reports are circulating that intelligence officials briefed President Obama and President-elect Trump on a dossier that is circulating which alleges Russia has compromising information about Trump.