During the campaign, Donald Trump took an aggressive stance toward China. Steve Inskeep talks to Mike Pillsbury, an adviser to the Trump transition team, about what Trump's policy might be.
Tom Ford may be best known as a fashion designer, but he's also an accomplished filmmaker. His first movie was nominated for an Oscar. His second movie, Nocturnal Animals, opens on Thursday.
Steve Inskeep talks to health policy consultant Robert Laszewski about the Affordable Care Act, which Republicans vow to repeal and replace. Laszewski had a long career in the insurance industry.
Russia is building a new embassy complex, anti drug training center and satellite station in Nicaragua this year. That's on top of providing new military equipment to the former Cold War ally.
Steve Inskeep talks to U.S. Border Patrol agent Brandon Judd, who advised Donald Trump's campaign. Judd is head of the National Border Patrol Council, the union representing more than 16,000 agents.
The Facebook chief has an army of subcontractors making editorial judgments about millions of pieces of content — like a media company. But the rules they operate by are complex and contradictory.
It's called Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention. And so far, the results have been remarkable.
For six decades, a painting hung in a mostly darkened bedroom in Sunnyvale, Calif. It turns out to be a painting by Frida Kahlo, estimated to be worth up to $2 million. It will be sold at auction.
For weeks, an air horn has been blasted around 4 a.m. The villain responsible became known as the air horn guy. The San Diego Union Tribune reports police may have captured the man responsible.
People in India are camped out in long lines at banks seeking to exchange high-denomination currency that the government has withdrawn from circulation.
Former Breitbard News CEO Steve Bannon called the organization "the platform for the alt right." Steve Inskeep talks to Breitbart senior editor-at-large Joel Pollak for his take on Bannon.
Two Iranian-Americans, a father and his son, were sentenced last month to 10 years in an Iran prison. Another son, Babak Namazi, is working to free them, and talks to Steve Inskeep about the ordeal.
Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp." But consultants and lobbyists see a Congress and a city that is open for business. David Greene talks to John Feehery, a GOP strategist and consultant.
Think playing on sports' travel team will help your kids get a college scholarship? Think again. Commentator John U. Bacon advises that they hit the books instead.
Here's news that could be of interest to marketers: Research shows people frustrated in a relationship sometimes deal with their feelings by buying and consuming brands their partners hate.
In Syria, civilians are suffering. The bombardment of Aleppo is on the rise — again. Steve Inskeep talks to Jan Egeland, secretary general of the Norwegian Refugee Council.
An estimated 4.2 million workers will become eligible to earn OT as a result of the new rule. But it's not clear for how long. President-elect Trump hasn't said what he'll do with the new regulations.
David Greene talks to Neera Tanden, president of the progressive think tank Center for American Progress, about how the Democratic Party regroups after losing the presidential election.
After a flurry of news and promises last year regarding the Zika virus in Brazil, both mothers of brain-damaged babies and researchers say money has dried up leaving scientists and parents struggling.
David Greene talks to African-American pastor Darrell Scott, who backed Donald Trump in the election. Scott's views drew criticism from other African-American leaders, but he stands vindicated today.