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Robert Wilkie is the new secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs. NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with the secretary on his goals and the department's recent history of controversy.
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Israel Baryeshua has conservative political views, while Tiffany Briseño identifies as liberal. Both agree that more kindness and compassion in politics would benefit the country.
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At his weekly gigs in L.A. — and now on a new live album — you'll find the actor playing keys one moment, holding court with attendees the next and just generally being ... well, Jeff Goldblum.
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Among those who died in a mass shooting at a California bar Thursday was Sheriff's Sgt. Ron Helus. NPR's Nate Rott says Helus was among the first to run into the bar. His colleagues call him a hero.
A shooter killed 12 people and injured several more at a country music bar in Ventura County, Calif., late Wednesday. NPR's Noel King talks with Ventura County Sheriff Geoff Dean.
NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with Democratic Sen. Chris Coons about what the forced resignation of Jeff Sessions as attorney general could mean for the Mueller investigation.
A gunman has killed at least 12 people, including a law enforcement officer, at a shooting in a southern California bar.
A mass shooting at a club in Thousand Oaks, California, last night has left the community reeling.
A gunman opened fire at a bar and grill in Southern California. Authorities say more than one person has been killed and several injured.
NPR's David Greene speaks with commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of exit polling.
President Trump criticized many of America's NATO allies for not spending enough on defense, but during recent exercises in Norway the US military seemed much more enthusiastic about the alliance.
Supreme Court justices hear a lawsuit against the country of Sudan brought by victims of an attack against the USS Cole in 2000. The case hinges on whether the notice was sent to the correct address.
A gunman opened fire in a crowded bar and grill filled with college students today. At least 11 people were injured and there are reports of multiple fatalities.
Two sisters ran for seats on western Michigan county board, not against each other. And The Fresno Bee reports twin sisters gave birth within two hours of each other
Following the shooting this year at a Parkland, Fla., high school, there was evidence of a surge in voter registration and early voting among young voters, energized by the issue of gun control.
Republicans not only kept control of the Senate, but outperformed expectations in that body, partly thanks to President Trump's six-day campaign swing.
On election night hundreds of LGBTQ candidates ran for office and many made history, including the first openly gay governor in Colorado and the first lesbian Native American congresswoman in Kansas.
NPR's Noel King speaks with former Assistant U.S. Attorney Kim Wehle on the new acting head of the Justice Department, who has spoken out about his concerns with the special counsel investigation.
NPR's David Greene speaks with commentator Mike Pesca, host of Slate magazine's daily podcast The Gist, offers his take on the Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden.
Americans hit the polls on Tuesday to vote, Maria Valles Veeda De Bonilla went to the Office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in Virginia to become an American Citizen. She's 106 years old.