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NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Michelle Goldberg, columnist for The New York Times, and Guy Benson, political editor of about the leaked recording of Rep. Devin Nunes, Paul Manafort's trial, and the impact of the special election in Ohio's 12th District.

President Trump boasts that his trade policies are bringing back the steel industry, but corporate earnings reports suggest they're also hurting the bottom line at some manufacturing companies.

Rachel Martin speaks with NPR's Ruth Sherlock about another terrible turn in the war in Yemen – with images of bloodied children after an airstrike Thursday that killed dozens.

This week, Argentina's Senate rejected a bill to legalize abortion. The decision came as a letdown for feminist organizations that conducted their battle largely on social media.

Taking a page from their own 2006 playbook, House Democrats hope to capitalize on the insider trading allegations against Rep. Chris Collins and other GOP scandals to regain a majority in November.

Charlottesville, Va., is bracing for the anniversary of last summer's deadly white nationalist rally. A violent clash between white supremacists and counter-protesters resulted in a car ramming into a crowd, killing counter-protester Heather Heyer.

Atlantic writer Franklin Foer says President Trump has "radicalized" Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), opening the door for the agency to deport any undocumented immigrant.

Tribune Media has called off a $3.9 billion merger deal with Sinclair Broadcast Group. CNN's Hadas Gold joins NPR's David Greene to discuss what the termination means.

Linguist Geoff Nunberg says it's common for citizens of democracies to express concerns about the government. But the term "deep state" refers to something more nefarious — and conspiratorial.

If you were to build a franchise-type structure for raising orphans, what would it look like?




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