Steve Inskeep

Steve Inskeep appears in the following:

Voters Face A Big Decision In 2020: Could A Lesson From Frederick Douglass Help?

Monday, January 13, 2020

In 1856, Frederick Douglass had a choice to make: support the big change he believed in — abolition of slavery — or settle for a less sweeping shift from a candidate better positioned to win.

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News Brief: Ukrainian Jet Disaster, War Powers, Boeing 737 Max

Friday, January 10, 2020

Details emerge about the Ukrainian airline disaster near Tehran. The House passes a resolution restricting the president's actions against Iran. And, Boeing releases troubling employee communications.

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News Brief: U.S. Troops Are Not Leaving Iraq, Harvey Weinstein Cases

Tuesday, January 07, 2020

Defense Secretary Esper says U.S. forces have no plans to leave Iraq. On Sunday, Iraq's Parliament ordered U.S. forces out of Iraq. And, a disgraced movie mogul faces more sexual misconduct charges.

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News Brief: Latest Iran Developments, Australia's Wildfires

Monday, January 06, 2020

There have been swift developments in the Middle East, and around the world, since Friday's U.S. drone strike killed Iran's top general. And, months-old Australian brush fires continue to grow.

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News Brief: Iran's Top General Killed In Trump-Ordered Strike

Friday, January 03, 2020

A powerful Iranian general and an Iraqi militia leader were killed by a U.S. strike ordered by President Trump. It's the latest move in an escalation of tensions between Iran and the U.S.

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News Brief: Australia Fires, Benjamin Netanyahu, Statehouse Legislation

Thursday, January 02, 2020

Australians suffer through their country's worst fire season. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu wants immunity from corruption charges. And, the legislative trends on the state level.

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News Brief: U.S. Embassy Stormed, North Korea, 2020 Politics

Wednesday, January 01, 2020

The U.S. sends reinforcements to Iraq after the Embassy is attacked. North Korea's leader says he's no longer bound by a nuclear missile moratorium. And, 2020 promises plenty of political headlines.

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News Brief: Hanukkah Stabbing, China Threat, Australian Wildfires

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Federal hate crime charges are filed against Hanukkah stabbing suspect. Justice Department says China poses a continuing danger to national security. And, Australians grapple with ongoing brush fires.

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News Brief: Hanukkah Attack, Texas Church Shooting, U.S. Airstrikes

Monday, December 30, 2019

Five people are stabbed at a rabbi's home in New York. Two people die after a gunman opens fire at a Texas church. And, U.S. airstrikes on sites in Iraq and Syria target an Iranian-backed militia.

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News Brief: John Bolton On North Korea, Democratic Debate Recap, Australian Wildfires

Friday, December 20, 2019

John Bolton tells NPR the Trump administration should take threats from North Korea with a "grain of salt." Also, a recap of the Democratic debate and an update on wildfires in Australia.

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What's Behind North Korea's 'Christmas Gift' Threat

Friday, December 20, 2019

North Korea has promised to deliver a "Christmas gift" to the United States before the end of the year.

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Bolton: Trump Administration Could Be Making 'Big Mistake' On North Korea

Thursday, December 19, 2019

In an exclusive interview with NPR, former Ambassador John Bolton criticized his ex-boss' strategy, saying "there's no serious chance" North Korea will voluntarily give up its nuclear weapons program.

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'Star Wars,' The Trilogy That NPR Turned Into Radio Drama

Thursday, December 19, 2019

A long time ago, in an NPR far, far away, the network got into the Star Wars saga by producing a radio drama of the original trilogy.

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News Brief: Boeing 737 Max, Spending Bill, Purdue Pharma Bankruptcy

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Boeing will suspend production of 737 Max jets in January. Both parties tout key wins in spending bill. And, Sackler family withdrew billions before Purdue Pharma filed for bankruptcy, records show.

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News Brief: Impeachment, India's Citizenship Law, Climate Summit

Monday, December 16, 2019

The impeachment process against President Trump continues. Protests expand over India's controversial new citizenship law. And, the U.N. climate summit ends without a significant agreement.

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Giuliani: The Lawyer At The Center Of The Ukraine Affair, And The Path That Led There

Friday, December 13, 2019

A look back at the career of a central figure in the Ukraine affair: Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.

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News Brief: Impeachment Probe, Trade Deal, Student Debt Case

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

A House panel takes its next steps on impeachment. The U.S., Mexico and Canada sign a new trade deal. And, an update on a fight between 200,000 people with student debt and Education Secretary DeVoss.

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Special Coverage Of Impeachment Articles And Trade Deal

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

House Democrats announced on Friday morning two articles of impeachment and also that they'd agreed with the White House on terms of a new North American Free Trade Agreement.

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News Brief: Impeachment Probe, Ukraine Cease-Fire, College Admissions Suit

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

House Democrats to unveil articles of impeachment against President Trump. Russia and Ukraine's presidents agree to a cease-fire. A lawsuit claims SAT and ACT are illegal in California admissions.

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News Brief: Pensacola Shooting, Russia Probe, Impeachment Inquiry

Monday, December 09, 2019

The FBI probes Pensacola shooting as terrorism. DOJ's inspector general will weigh in on the early stages of the Russia probe. And, a House panel hearing sets the stage for impeachment charges.

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