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An Arkansas School District came under fire for taking down a student article exposing unauthorized high school transfers. Jack Williams, a co-author of the article, talks with NPR's Scott Simon.
An NCAA Women's basketball rivalry gets rough on Twitter and Washington, D.C.'s football team has signed a new backup quarterback.
Ben Bernanke, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, joins us to talk about "Panic," a VICE documentary about the financial crisis of 2008, and where the American economy stands today.
A task force looking into U.S. Postal Service prices released its report this week. One recommendation: the postal service charge more to shippers, such as Amazon, to mail their packages.
The White House is arguing that the Special Counsel cases involving Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort have nothing to do with President Trump. Cohen and Manafort are both former Trump associates.
In Charlottesville, Va, people are reacting to a guilty verdict yesterday for the man who rammed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters at the Unite The Right rally last year.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Neal Katyal, former Acting Solicitor General under President Obama, about the latest filings from the Special Counsel and federal prosecutors.
Massive anti-government protests are taking place today in France. NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Christophe Chalençon, one of the organizers of the Yellow Vest protests.
More protests are underway in Paris and other major French cities by the Yellow Vest movement.
HBO's "Icebox" is the story of a 12-year-old Honduran boy, fleeing gang violence, who lands in one of America's notorious child detention centers after he's caught trying to sneak into the U.S.
NPR's Scott Simon gets recommendations from two podcast experts on what to listen to when all you need is some pop culture comfort food.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with British MP Damian Collins about British and EU investigations into Facebook and calls to strengthen regulation of the social network.
In North Carolina, there's a possibility of running a new congressional election in a district where fraud may have affected the original vote count.
The recent filings from the Special Counsel and federal prosecutors have been reverberating throughout the Capitol. A look at the impact on the president and Congress.
This week we learned more about the possible fate of Paul Manafort following the surprise collapse of his plea deal with the Special Counsel amid allegations that he lied to prosecutors.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with the head of FEMA's Housing Task Force in California about the agency's slow response to the most recent wildfires in California.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with John Sununu. He served as President George H.W. Bush's Chief of Staff from 1989 to 1991.
NPR's Scott Simon talks with Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, about the foreign policy legacy of George H.W. Bush, who steered a peaceful end to the Cold War.
We remember the life and legacy of President George H.W. Bush, hearing from those that worked with and for him.
NPR's Scott Simon and Linda Wertheimer travel down the memory lane to discuss Bush on the campaign trail.