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NPR's Scott Simon asks Kyle Parker of the U.S. Helsinki Commission about Vladimir Putin's attempts to question him and other Americans in return for allowing U.S. authorities to question Russians.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., about a Russian attempt to hack her political campaign and about the effects of trade wars on Missouri farmers.
The Santa Fe Opera is inviting "downwinders," locals affected by radiation from the testing of the first atomic bombs, on stage during performances of Dr. Atomic.
Vice President Pence is accusing Nicaragua's leader of waging war against the Catholic Church. We hear from a priest whose parish came under siege.
NPR's Scott Simon asks South Dakota rancher Bill Kluck what cattle and sheep producers would like to see in legislation to allow more local say in Endangered Species Act protections.
The United States' economy is experiencing a period of growth, and President Trump says he is responsible. Scott Simon talks to Harvard's Kenneth Rogoff about what's causing the current economic boom.
Michael Cohen was Donald Trump's loyal lawyer for years. That has changed. NPR's Scott Simon talks with New York Times reporter William Rashbaum, who has profiled Cohen.
NPR's Scott Simon talks to the mayor of Branson, Missouri about the boat accident that killed more than a dozen people this week.
Two years after a military uprising attempted to topple Turkey's leader from power, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has consolidated more power than ever.
NPR's Scott Simon recounts an act of bravery in the World Cup championship game that happened in President Putin's Russia.
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Chris Gagin, former chairman for the Republican Party in Ohio's Belmont County, stands by his choice to resign after President Trump appeared to back Russian President Putin at a Helsinki conference.
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The Chinese-American actor became an action movie mainstay abroad over the last 20 years. Thanks to his leading role in the TV series Into the Badlands, he's finally getting noticed in the U.S.
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NPR's Scott Simon talks to author Leah Franqui about her new book, America for Beginners.
The NFL is struggling to handle players who want to protest during the national anthem and Ohio State is facing a sexual abuse scandal. We hear about those stories and more sports news.
Native Americans make up an outsized percentage of the homeless in places like New Mexico.
ISIS appears to reforming in areas of northern Iraq and has launched attacks in Afghanistan. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Jennifer Cafarella of the Institute for the Study of War.
NPR's Scott Simon asks Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt, a critic of U.S. involvement overseas, about President Trump's "America First" foreign policy and about Russian interference in U.S. elections.
Former federal prosecutor Nick Akerman speaks with NPR's Scott Simon about reports that Trump aide Michael Cohen secretly recorded a conversation with Trump.
NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Robert Driscoll, attorney for accused Russian spy Maria Butina.
Andrew Solomon and Loini Vivao join NPR's Scott Simon to talk about Far from the Tree, the documentary based on Solomon's book of the same name, and the most important key to happiness: love.