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Life lessons from men after the devastating deaths of their wives. Their stories are raw, real, and inspiring.
In a speech delivered at Harvard Law School's 2018 Class Day last Wednesday, U.S. Senator Jeff Flake criticized President Trump and Congress, saying the presidency has been "debased."
Top reporters open their notebooks and look ahead to the week in Washington and around the globe.
How we navigate the world, now. The inside story of the Google mapping revolution. Turn left, at the roundabout.
In some states, you need a license not just to be a doctor -- but an interior designer, a tooth-filer, a hair braider. We'll talk to a few people who are trying to change the system to make it easier to do work.
A new exhibit at the National Museum of the American Indian takes visitors from the Trail of Tears to Native Americans in pop culture. We’ll talk with the curators.
The On Point team reflects on their time at the prom and revisits old photos.
North Korea summit canceled. The GOP-only FBI briefing. Gun safety summit in Texas. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
We’re going to the prom. The corsages endure, but a lot has changed. Shall we dance?
In a letter released by the White House, President Trump canceled the summit with Kim Jong Un that was set to take place in June.
The NFL announced it would fine teams if their football players protest during the National Anthem.
In the way American news business covers the world, why are the expert voices overwhelmingly male?
Making movies for the Trump audience. Filmmaker Dallas Sonnier calls it populist entertainment. He joins us.
The U.S. birth rate dips to a 30-year low. Shifting attitudes about motherhood is just one of the reasons why. We'll look at what's behind the drop.
An 1899 expedition to Alaska found wild beauty and coming environmental calamity. What about now? Best-selling author Mark Adams retraced the trek to find out.
New Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered his first major foreign policy address Monday, strongly criticizing Iran and its behavior on the world stage.
President Trump demands the Justice Department find out if the FBI spied on his campaign. We’ll look at the evidence.
Forget the top one-percenters, it’s the top 9.9 percenters who are holding everyone else down. Hear the case.
Abby Wambach delivered the keynote address at Barnard College last week. She told the 2018 graduating class -- the "wolfpack" -- to make failure their fuel.
At least 10 were killed at a Texas high school on Friday. Again, the country is mourning, opening up the fraught debate on gun control, school safety, and mental health.