The billionaire investor has a connection to the steel industry and may play a large role in Trump's strategy to protect domestic manufacturers.
Earlier this month, two law enforcement officers died during the search for Markeith Loyd, who was wanted in the murder of a pregnant woman. He was put in the handcuffs of one of the fallen officers.
With a woozy hook that's as dissonant as it is catchy, the Philadelphia band's new song mixes the pretty with the messy.
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Global temperatures soared above the 20th century average last year, as the climate continues to change. It hasn't been this hot since scientists started tracking global temperatures in 1880.
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Beloved to DJs and crate diggers, the Nigerian musician died Monday following a brief illness.
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Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross has made his fortune buying up troubled companies with the hopes of turning them around. Steve Inskeep talks to GOP Sen. Cory Gardner of Colorado, who met with Ross.
A long-running class action lawsuit alleged the Secret Service denied promotions to black agents. The agents , the service and Homeland Security have reached an agreement, pending court approval.
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Also: Gambia's leader calls a state of emergency; a suspect wanted in an Orlando officer's death is arrested; and Trump inaugural paraphernalia is for sale - including Russian nesting dolls.
A spokesman for Bush says the former president has been in the hospital since Saturday and "has responded very well to treatments."
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In cramped offices near the White House, a brigade of staff, volunteers and former interns is scrambling to read every letter sent to President Obama — especially the letters from children.
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The Steelers' coach was caught on Facebook Live insulting New England. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he missed the insult because, "I'm not on Snapface" — conflating Facebook and Snapchat.
The artist's name is Juuso and he's a 900 pound brown bear. His paintings are on display in Helsinki. Some of the bear's prints have sold for more than $4,000.
The expansion of the universe was sealed as fact in 1965, but the seeds for this revolutionary take on the cosmos and our place in it were planted in 1917 by a daring Einstein, says Marcelo Gleiser.
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"Morning Edition" is checking in with some of the voters who participated in our Divided States series. We hear now from Ennis Tait, a pastor from Ohio, who supported Hillary Clinton.
As plans are announced for a new minor pro football league in Los Angeles, commentator Kevin Blackistone says it is only filling a void that college football should be taking care of.
There's supposed to be a firewall between the Justice Department and the Oval Office, but Sessions' vigorous support of Donald Trump's campaign raises doubts about how independent he could be.
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As the inauguration nears, Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Donald Trump's foes of undermining the president-elect's legitimacy. The U.S. says Russia is trying to undermine global order.
Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut about hearings for Betsy DeVos, Trump's pick for education secretary, and Tom Price, Trump's pick to lead Health and Human Services.
Advocates were surprised that Trump chose top VA official David Shulkin as his pick to run the full department. What concerns them is Trump's support for increasing the privatization of VA services.
Rachel Martin talks to Glenn Greenwald about the pardon of Manning, a WikiLeaks source. Greenwald published the first stories based on classified info leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.