The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists say they have evidence that Vladimir Putin's associates and relatives have millions in offshore accounts. Andrew Roth, of "The Washington Post," talks to Mary Louise Kelly about the allegations and the Kremlin's response and counter attacks.
The plan would segregate inmates deemed to be radical. Critics say such a move would not create the specter of prisons just for Muslims, but also could end up radicalizing inmates even more.
Wisconsin's primary is the only presidential contest this week. For more on what's making news in the area of politics, Mary Louise Kelly talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts and Robert Costa of "The Washington Post."
Mary Louise Kelly has a remembrance of jazz and saxophone legend Leandro (leh-AHN-dro) "Gato" Barbieri (bar-bee-EH-ree). His music for the Marlon Brando film "Last Tango in Paris" won a Grammy, and he recorded dozens of albums over a career spanning more than seven decades. He died over the weekend at age 83.
Drug traffickers and a repressive state government make Veracruz one of the deadliest places for journalists in Mexico. Most now shun hard-hitting reporting, but still risk abduction and murder.
Renee Montagne talks to Kei Kawashima-Ginsburg of Tufts University about the impact young voters have been having in the primary elections, and what that might mean in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary.
Finding a place to live can be difficult for people with arrest records. Beginning Monday it may be easier for convicted felons to rent a home under the protection of the Fair Housing Act.
Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, talks to Mary Louise Kelly about his group's endorsement of GOP front-runner. Donald Trump. That union has never endorsed a candidate in the primaries before.
The flow of migrants into Europe, more than a million in the past year, is reversing. Under a deal with the Europe Union and Turkey, Greece began mandatory returns of refugees who crossed from Turkey.
"New Mexico True" is the state's tourism campaign, but an advocacy group created "New Mexico Truth" as a parody to highlight a reality in the state: High child poverty and low graduation rates.
Children with a depressed parent do worse in school than peers, a study finds. But other research shows that early diagnosis and treatment can help turn that around for the whole family.
As Radical Face, Ben Cooper has released a series of albums telling the story of multiple generations of family drama. In his latest work, some of the stories are his own.