Is the Women's March on Washington inclusive? Kay S. Hymowitz, a fellow at the Manhattan Institute argues in a recent New York Times op-ed that it may only reinforce divisions in the country.
One of the groups that traveled to Washington, D.C. to celebrate President Trump's inauguration was Bikers for Trump. They rode into the city on their motorcycles.
Inauguration weekend brings a mix of people to Washington, D.C. Scott Simon talks to friends Albert Kiecke and Becky Dinsmore. One supports President Trump and the other will attend the Women's March.
Washington, D.C. is filled with visitors for the Women's March on Washington, including young members of the NAACP.
Catherine Lacey and Forsyth Harmon talk with Scott Simon about some of the 20th century's greatest artists and their love lives. Their new book is called The Art of the Affair.
Brenda Barnes, the former CEO of Sara Lee, has died. She became known for quitting her job as the CEO of Pepsi-Cola to spend time with her family. Scott Simon speaks with her daughter Erin Barnes.
A California project is trying to improve safety for nail salon workers who are exposed to chemicals. A statewide collaborative of salons now has 120 members.
California has issued driver's licenses to thousands of people living in the country illegally. Now some of those license-holders worry their personal information could be shared with federal authorities.
Various groups protested the inauguration of Donald Trump on Friday.
The Senate approved two of President Donald Trump's Cabinet secretaries after he was sworn in on Friday. More contentious confirmation votes and hearings are ahead.
The president of Gambia has agreed to step down after months of denying election results. The Guardian's Ruth Maclean tells Scott Simon what might be next for the small West African country.
In California, agriculture depends on immigrant labor. As Trump takes office, those involved in the state's huge farming industry are wondering how his hard-line stance will affect them.
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The website 'dronestagram' is a goldmine of riveting images (think Instagram for drone pics). We picked some of the most captivating shots from the past year.
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President Trump and first lady Melania Trump stopped by the Liberty Ball, Freedom Ball and Salute to Our Armed Services Ball, on Friday evening.
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It's hard to ask someone if they're depressed or suicidal. Colleges are using an online game to help students learn how to have those conversations. The goal: more support and empathy.
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Trump briefly sought the 2000 presidential nomination of the Reform Party. It eventually went to Pat Buchanan, whom Trump called a "Hitler lover." Buchanan's slogan that fall was "America First!"
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As promised, Trump got to work on Day 1, taking the first steps to fulfill his pledge to gut Obama's health care law. The order's reach, however, depends upon which provisions he decides to target.
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Fans of the new president say he could do some good in improving race relations in America. But they say the solution can't be left to him alone.
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Several inaugural balls and celebrations took place across Washington, D.C., on Friday night. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump appeared at three of those celebrations.
The new White House took action on four measures Friday night, notably on the Affordable Care Act and regulations. The White House did not immediately make it clear what exactly was signed.