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Thursday, September 28, 2023
Almost a year after rapper Takeoff, of the music trio Migos, was shot and killed, Quavo, his band mate and uncle, travels to Washington, D.C., to discuss gun violence prevention.
Thursday, August 03, 2023
Rep. Bennie Thompson, who chaired the U.S. House Jan. 6 committee, says holding former President Donald Trump accountable is important because of the "very fragile" state of our democracy.
Thursday, July 20, 2023
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says lawmakers and executive branch officials can have the upper hand when it comes to stock trading and access to undisclosed information.
Monday, July 17, 2023
GOP Sen. Mike Rounds of South Dakota says "a little bit of common sense" is needed to address the frustrations about a military spending bill in Congress right now.
Friday, July 14, 2023
Former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr says Trump's actions amounted to "flipping the bird at the government" provoking a federal indictment on his own.
Monday, July 03, 2023
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona about how the Biden administration plans to help borrowers after the Supreme Court struck down its student loan forgiveness plan.
Thursday, June 29, 2023
Deaths and injuries from guns in the U.S. have increased for years, mirroring the 1990s - the last time gun violence was considered an epidemic.
Friday, June 16, 2023
In their latest book CROWNED: Magical Folk and Fairy Tales from the Diaspora, Kahran and Regis Bethencourt retell fairy and folk tales with Black children as the main characters.
Friday, May 26, 2023
The work expectations and experiences of Gen Z are different from those of earlier generations. It's part of the reason why some members of Gen Z are going through an early life crisis.
Thursday, May 18, 2023
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Australian Ambassador to the U.S. Kevin Rudd about President Biden deciding not to meet with leaders of Australia, India and Japan because of U.S. debt ceiling negotiations.
Monday, May 15, 2023
NPR's A Martinez asks Mimi Tsankov, president of the National Association of immigration judges, about the end of Title 42.
Friday, May 05, 2023
If there's no debt ceiling deal and the U.S. defaults, how would the fallout filter down to states? NPR's A Martinez talks to Zach Conine, Nevada's treasurer, about the impact on his state.
Friday, May 05, 2023
The conviction of four Proud Boys members for plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol is high profile, but what impact will it have? NPR's Leila Fadel asks extremism expert Cynthia Miller-Idriss.
Wednesday, May 03, 2023
Mohamed Khairullah, the mayor of Prospect Park, N.J., was blocked from a recent White House Eid celebration. NPR's Leila Fadel asks him why.
Tuesday, May 02, 2023
What are the risks of JPMorgan Chase becoming even bigger since taking over First Republic Bank? NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Tomas Philipson, a former head of the White House Economic Advisers Council.
Monday, April 10, 2023
Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas may not comply with stricter disclosure rules, according to a legal expert who says, "They're the Supreme Court. They do what they want."
Tuesday, April 04, 2023
The Nordic nation's decision to join the defense alliance is seen as a blow to Russian President Vladimir Putin, but the Stimson Center's Emma Ashford argues it could have downsides for NATO too.
Tuesday, March 28, 2023
Four minority founders reflect on the health of minority-owned banks in the U.S. following the sudden collapse of SVB.
Friday, March 17, 2023
NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer talks to William Taylor, ex-U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, about Poland's decision to provide MiG-29s to Ukraine. It may signal new urgency by allies to try to end Russia's invasion.
Tuesday, March 14, 2023
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks to Demcratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts about preventing bank failures after the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank.