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President Trump's trip to El Paso comes as congressional negotiators are deadlocked over border security funding — just days away from another possible partial government shutdown.
The Baltimore Sun reports the Maryland school had a visitor. People complained a woman in her fifties was walking around campus, trying to find a date for her son. She's been showing a picture.
What could ease their stress? Dressing up like Bob Ross. Dozens of eighth graders wore big, curly wigs and chambray shirts, and then painted along to an episode of his PBS show The Joy of Painting.
For the first time in 25 years, teachers in Denver are expected to walk off the job. The teachers union and representatives of Denver Public Schools have been negotiating for more than a year.
Rachel Martin talks to Robert Downen, of the "Houston Chronicle," whose reporting helped to expose widespread sexual abuse among church leaders and volunteers in Southern Baptist churches.
President Trump heads to El Paso, Texas, to promote his border wall. Virginia's governor and lieutenant governor refuse to resign. Venezuela isn't letting U.S. humanitarian aid enter the country.
The governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general of Virginia continue to resist calls to resign after two of them admitted to appearing in blackface, and one faces accusations of sexual assault.
What does DJ Marshmello's Fortnite concert mean for the future of music performance? The 10-minute virtual concert was one of the largest digital gatherings ever.
Kacey Musgraves won the night's top honor, album of the year, for Golden Hour — which also won country album of the year. Childish Gambino won record and song of the year for "This Is America."
The Venezuela military is blocking humanitarian aid from getting into the country, where political and economic crisis rage on. The U.S.-backed interim president has vowed to open those aid routes.
The legislature returns to work Monday after political scandals rocked the state. Over the weekend, the governor and lieutenant governor vowed to stay on the job despite calls for them to resign.
The Democratic presidential field has two more candidates. Senators Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar officially announced they're running. Other candidates fanned out across the country to campaign.
Clinics in the Pacific Northwest are ordering ten times the vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella as they normally do because some who have avoided vaccines are changing their minds.
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The trucking industry has faced a shortage of drivers for years, but the problem is compounded now with baby boomer retirements, increased freight demands and a high turnover rate.
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Faced with high U.S. prices for prescription drugs, some Americans cross the border to buy insulin pens and other meds. At least 1 insurer reimburses flights to the border to make such purchases easy.
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In a recent survey, 1 in 5 parents said they thought using a household spoon was OK for measuring their child's medicine. It's not. Here's how to help little kids without overdosing them.
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President Trump has threatened to declare an emergency to go around Congress and build a border wall. The same law that gives him that power, also gives Congress the ability to push back.
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NPR's Ryan Lucas details Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker's testimony before the House Judiciary Committee. Whitaker says he won't speak about his conversations with President Trump.
Rachel Martin speaks with CNN media reporter Brian Stelter about Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' accusation that the National Enquirer blackmailed him. Bezos is the Amazon CEO and owner of the Washington Post.
NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Republican Rep. Chuck Fleischmann. He's a member of the panel negotiating a border funding solution to prevent another government shutdown next week.