Renee Montagne talks to former Sheriff Sue Rahr, head of the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, about the impact the recent police attacks in Baton Rouge and Dallas are having.
Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Scott Detrow and gets analysis from Jonah Goldberg of the "National Review." We hear from NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik about the reports that Roger Ailes has been ousted as Fox News CEO.
Writer-director Garry Marshall, who had a string of TV hits that included Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley and the box-office smashes Pretty Woman and Runaway Bride, has died. He was 81.
The probe continues in the murder of three law enforcement officers in Baton Rouge, La. The group Together Baton Rouge offered some specific ideas on how to bring the divided city together.
We hear about the "counter convention" that the Hillary Clinton campaign is running alongside the RNC from NPR's Tamara Keith. NPR's Asma Khalid reports on the mood of Latino delegates.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the U.S. was surprised by the attempted coup in Turkey, but he does not expect it to affect the campaign to destroy ISIS.
He handled social media for a book shop in London. She found his tweets amusing. On Sunday, Victoria and Jonathan O'Brien tied the knot. And now their marriage is trending.
The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum released a new bobblehead: New Jersey Gov. Chris Christe. He's available even though Donald Trump passed him over as a vice presidential choice.
Rachel Hoff, the first openly gay Republican on the GOP Platform Committee, found herself asking "Why am I even here?" after the RNC passed its platform, doubling down on the belief that marriage is between one man and one woman and other socially conservative positions.
What would the writers of Veep say about the scripting of the Republican National Convention so far? Steve Inskeep talks to three writers of the HBO show: Dave Mandel, Billy Kimball and Erik Kenward.
Some delegates to the Republican National Convention were hoping to amend the rules to allow delegates to vote against Trump if they say they cannot vote for him in good conscience. Steve Inskeep talks to NPR's Scott Detrow about what happened on the floor.
Gun carriers and officers aren't being given consistent instructions on what to do to avoid the use of lethal force during interactions with police.
To help ex-felons land jobs, many states have enacted a law that prevents employers from asking applicants to check a box to reveal criminal history. But these laws may not have the intended effect.
Pennsylvania is a true swing state. It may go red this year, says pro-Trump delegate Lynn Ryan. And, Steve Inskeep and Scott Detrow fact check the statements made Monday night at the convention.
Renee Montagne talks to Tulin Daloglu, a freelance journalist based in Ankara, about the aftermath of an attempted coup in Turkey. Nine thousand police officers have been fired.
Commentator and columnist Cokie Roberts and former ABC News newsman Sam Donaldson have been reporting on conventions for two decades. They give us some historical perspective on the week ahead.
The International Olympic Committee will hold an emergency conference call for members of its Executive Board on Tuesday to discuss the latest revelations about Russian doping in international sport.
In Louisiana, the investigation continues into the murder of three Baton Rouge law enforcement officers. Gavin Long, a Marine veteran who served in Iraq shot, 6 officers before being killed by SWAT.
Steve Inskeep talks to Kellyanne Conway, a senior adviser to the Trump campaign, and NPR's Scott Detrow. NPR's Mara Liasson wraps the convention events of the first night.
Each twin had an ovary removed and frozen in 2009, when they were in their 30s, in hopes of buying more time to get pregnant and have babies. But will the thawed, reimplanted ovaries work?