In 2008, NPR heard from voters in York, Pa., about race and politics during the election. This week, Morning Edition follows up with four of these voters about how their views have changed since then.
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Dickie Borthwick, 81, is looking for a new soccer team. He was invited to play walking football, a slow game designed for seniors. But he wants something faster.
A London company is looking to hire an emoji translator. That's because while software can translate actual languages, emojis need a real life human being.
A French parliamentary delegation, just returned from Syria's border with Turkey, has called for U.S. and European troops to create a humanitarian corridor to get civilians out of Aleppo.
In a statement released Tuesday morning by his transition team, Donald Trump announced he intends to nominate Rex Tillerson for secretary of state. Tillerson is the CEO of ExxonMobil.
Golden Globe nominations were announced on Monday, and with them some hope about Hollywood's dedication to diversity. Last year, Academy Award nominations were criticized for lack of diversity.
Rachel Martin talks to writer Ta-Nehisi Coates about his new piece in The Atlantic magazine: "My President Was Black: A history of the first African American White House and of what came next."
Rachel Martin talks to retired General Michael Hayden, a former director with the CIA and NSA, about the CIA's claims of Russian influence on the U.S. election, and Donald Trump's rejection of that.
Morning Edition's Steve Inskeep talks to Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain about the incoming Trump administration's relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Because it is a sanctuary city, officials are anticipating an immigration showdown with the incoming Trump administration. The mayor proposes to fund legal services to immigrants facing deportation.
Hopes that international diplomacy might achieve a ceasefire or peace deal have faded, as fighters loyal to Syria's president press into the last opposition areas of the city.
Several Republican senators have expressed support for the CIA investigation into Russian meddling into the presidential election. David Greene talks to Sen. Rand Paul about why he's one of them.
In a statement early Tuesday morning, President-elect Donald Trump announced that ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson is his choice to become secretary of state, the country's top diplomat.
At a meeting in San Francisco, thousands of researchers are pondering how they can influence President-elect Donald Trump's thinking on climate change.
The bandleader for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert has released a new album of "funkified" holiday classics. "I love remixing things and making them fit in a different context," he says.
The Swedish home goods store is giving products nicknames based on what personal problems they solve. A pair of scissors is listed under, "My son plays too much computer games."
Right before store clerks locked up at the end of the day in Sussex, England, thieves dressed in top fashions and struck poses next to store mannequins. The motion sensor gave them away.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter visited Baghdad on Sunday to discuss the battle to retake Mosul from ISIS. On Monday, he's in Israel, which becomes the first U.S. ally to receive the F-35 fighter.
David Greene talks to Richard Haass, ex-adviser to Secretary of State Colin Powell, about roles and responsibilities of the secretary of state. Haass is president of the Council on Foreign Relations.
In 1999, Kosovo was liberated from Serbia. A court has been set up in The Hague to try Kosovars for alleged atrocities committed against ethnic minorities and political opponents after the war.