Mary Louise Kelly

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Yates To Tell Senate Panel About Russia Discussions With White House

Monday, May 08, 2017

Russian interference is the topic for the latest round of hearings. Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates is expected to field questions about former national security adviser Mike Flynn.


Morning News Brief: Comey Testifies, Spinning The Budget Deal, Hospital Attacks

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

FBI Director James Comey goes before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Also, both parties declare victory over a spending bill. And a new report says hospitals in war zones are increasingly targeted.


Where The Russia Investigation Stands Ahead Of Comey Testimony

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Ahead of FBI Director James Comey's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, we take stock of how the landscape of the Russia investigation has shifted since his last appearance.


Russia Questions Dominate First 100 Days Of Trump's Presidency

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

The Russia story has dominated the first 100 days of the Trump presidency. NPR takes a look back on the key moments since Jan. 20, from the firing of Michael Flynn to the chair of the House Intelligence Committee being forced to step aside.


Dark Lives Of 'The Radium Girls' Left A Bright Legacy For Workers, Science

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Kate Moore's new book digs into the short, painful lives of the Radium Girls, who worked painting luminous dials on watches and clocks — and were poisoned by the glowing radium paint they used.


Peanut Butter Bars To Soothe The Soul

Saturday, April 22, 2017

There's nothing like your mother's baking to make the world right.


Leaks Between Trump Team And Russia Continue To Come Out

Saturday, April 15, 2017

The latest twists and turns after an eventful week in U.S.-Russia relations including new developments concerning former Trump advisers Carter Page and Paul Manafort.


As Trump-Russia Controversy Continues, Kremlin Spies Watch And Learn

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

As the Russia controversy careens on in Washington, Russian intelligence is watching and learning. CIA veterans warn that with every public hearing, every press conference, and every reporter scoop, Russian spies learn more about what U.S. spy agencies know — and how they know it.


Deadly Attack Highlights Failure To Eliminate Syria's Chemical Weapons

Monday, April 10, 2017

This January, Susan Rice told NPR that "we were able to get the Syrian government to voluntarily and verifiably give up its chemical weapons stockpile." That was clearly not the case, since the Syrian regime carried out a chemical weapons attack last week. NPR takes a look at if this represents an intelligence failure for U.S. spy agencies.


Sen. Mark Warner On Russia Probe: 'This Is An Awful Lot Of Coincidences'

Thursday, April 06, 2017

NPR interviews Democratic Sen. Mark Warner, vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, in his hideaway below the Capitol. Warner is helping lead the investigation into Russia's meddling in the presidential election, as that controversy continues to take unexpected partisan twists.


Examining The Investigations Into Russian Influence In The U.S. Election

Monday, April 03, 2017

Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn says he would be willing to testify in the Russia investigations, if he's granted immunity. Where do things stand with the House, Senate and FBI probes?


Trump Campaign Adviser Sen. Richard Burr Leading Probe Of Trump Campaign And Russia

Friday, March 31, 2017

Sen. Richard Burr is running the Senate's probe into contacts between Russia and the Trump campaign. But he also was an adviser for Trump's campaign, which raises questions about his impartiality.


Rep. Schiff Calls On House Intel Chair To Recuse Himself From Russia Probe

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

House Rep. Adam Schiff updated NPR correspondents about the state of the House Intelligence Committee's investigation into President Trump's potential connections to Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential campaign. Schiff has called for the committee's chairman to recuse himself from the process.


A Middle-Aged Coming Of Age In 'All Grown Up'

Sunday, March 05, 2017

Novelist Jami Attenberg tells the story of Andrea Bern — a failed artist who, as she turns 40, is seeking a path to personal and professional happiness.


The Many Meetings Of Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak

Saturday, March 04, 2017

After reports surfaced about Attorney General Jeff Sessions' meetings with the Russian ambassador, we look at what is next for the Trump administration.


Ex-U.S. Spy Released From Custody In 'Extraordinary Rendition' Case

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Former CIA officer Sabrina De Sousa is out of Portuguese detention and likely won't be transferred to Italy to serve time there. She was convicted for her role in kidnapping a terror suspect in 2003.


Senate Considers Trump's Choice For National Intelligence Director

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

If confirmed, former Sen. Dan Coats will assume the post at a moment when the president has openly clashed with the spy agencies that now report to him.


Disgusted By Trump, A CIA Officer Quits. How Many More Could Follow?

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Ned Price made a big public exit in protest of President Trump. Other CIA workers say they want to wait and see. Tension between the White House and the intelligence community is simmering.


Career CIA Analyst Ned Price Quits Rather Than Serve Trump Administration

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Ned Price worked at the CIA from 2006 until last week. He says he quit because, "I reluctantly concluded that I cannot in good faith serve this administration as an intelligence professional." NPR talks to Price about his decision and asks whether others may follow.


Trump's Thursday News Conference, Explained

Friday, February 17, 2017

At a news conference Thursday, Donald Trump said the media is being "dishonest" and talked about his new nominee to lead the Department of Labor.