FEED - Morning Edition
Intelligence oversight committees were created in the 1970s after CIA scandals. The understanding was the CIA would share secrets with Congress and the secrets would stay secret. That's now changing.
The Senate failed to advance legislation to provide a solution for the end of DACA approaching on March 5, but that deadline may not be such a firm cudgel to get Congress to act.
In a TV commercial for Amazon's Alexa speaker, a guy tells it to order cat food. An owner filed a complaint saying their smart speaker heard the ad and ordered cat food.
Hungary and Poland have grown closer together as their populist leaders come under criticism from the rest of the European Union.
After Congress failed to pass any immigration legislation this week, we look at how immigration policy could motivate voters this November.
Florida Republican Rep. Brian Mast joins NPR's Rachel Martin to talk about the deadly shooting in a high school near the district he represents.
We get the latest developments on the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., where 17 people were killed on Wednesday. Authorities revealed more about the shooter and victims on Thursday.
Festivities have begun across the world for the lunar new year. Friday marks the beginning of the Year of the Dog in China.
Rachel Martin talks with Ronan Farrow of The New Yorker about his story that details allegations of an affair between President Trump and a former Playboy model named Karen McDougal.
The small Australian town of Kurri Kurri is having a festival to celebrate the mullet haircut. A contest for best cuts will include categories like everyday wear, grubby, kids and women.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan for more than three hours on Thursday. Recent relations between the U.S. and Turkey have become more strained.
Preventing school site mass killings requires early intervention. David Greene talks with Brian Van Brunt, the executive director of the National Behavioral Intervention Team Association.
The 19-year-old shooter at a Florida high school has confessed to investigators. Also, the Senate failed to pass any immigration plan before a self-imposed deadline and we have an Olympics update.
Cousins James Ransom and Cherie Johnson swap stories about the Sunday school teacher who taught and took care of two generations of the family.
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Authorities say Nikolas Cruz, 19, is a former student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and he had been expelled for disciplinary reasons. He was arrested on Wednesday without incident.
Morning Edition speaks to teacher Jim Gard who was at the Florida school where 17 were killed yesterday. He says he heard "popping sounds" as students left his room after a fire alarm.
A gunman killed 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday. WLRN reporter Peter Haden joins NPR's Steve Inskeep.
President Trump on Thursday issued a proclamation honoring the victims in Wednesday's Florida high school shooting and also tweeted about the suspect's mental health.
Lissette Rozenblat's daughter is a student at the high school in Parkland, northwest of Fort Lauderdale, where a shooter killed at least 17 people on Wednesday.
Steve Inskeep talks to GOP Sen. Mike Rounds of South Dakota, part of a bipartisan group supporting an immigration plan that was struck Wednesday. What's the chances the plan will pass the Senate?