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Who Will Carry The Blame For The Shutdown? Maybe No One

Who Will Carry The Blame For The Shutdown? Maybe No One

Jan. 21
Arnie Seipel / NPR

If voters punished Republicans over the last shutdown, it was by giving them the Senate majority. Since then, a blinding news cycle had made each crisis only more forgettable than the last.

'The Crown' Says One Dance Changed History. The Truth Isn...

'The Crown' Says One Dance Changed History. The Truth Isn't So Simple

Jan. 21
Tim McDonnell / NPR

What the Netflix show gets right — and wrong — about Queen Elizabeth II's visit to Ghana in 1961.

Few Signs Of Progress As Partial Government Shutdown Ente...

Few Signs Of Progress As Partial Government Shutdown Enters Second Day

Jan. 21
Brett Neely / NPR

The two sides spent Saturday digging in and getting their message out even as the president remained in Washington, D.C., over the weekend and the House and the Senate were both in session.

The Russia Investigations: Is 'Infiltration' The New 'Col...

The Russia Investigations: Is 'Infiltration' The New 'Collusion?'

Jan. 21
Philip Ewing / NPR

An interview transcript raises new questions about Russian infiltration of U.S. political organizations. A key Trump aide passes on a Capitol Hill appearance. And is Mueller funded during shutdown?

After A Year In Office, Trump Still Facing Constitutional...

After A Year In Office, Trump Still Facing Constitutional Challenges Over Businesses

Jan. 21
Peter Overby / NPR

Over the past year, three lawsuits have alleged that President Trump is failing to obey the Constitution's anti-corruption clauses. One suit has been dismissed. Now another is about to get a hearing.

Cancer Patients Get Little Guidance From Doctors On Using...

Cancer Patients Get Little Guidance From Doctors On Using Medical Marijuana

Jan. 21
Karen Weintraub / NPR

Side effects from cancer treatment lead many patients to ask their physicians about trying marijuana for relief. Even when the answer is yes, the details on what to do next can be sparse.

Taliban Claims Responsibility After Gunmen Attack Luxury ...

Taliban Claims Responsibility After Gunmen Attack Luxury Hotel In Kabul

Jan. 21
James Doubek / NPR

Witnesses said there were at least four gunmen who were wearing army uniforms. A fight with Afghan security forces lasted more than 12 hours before the government said all attackers were killed.

When A Tattoo Means Life Or Death. Literally

When A Tattoo Means Life Or Death. Literally

Jan. 21
Rebecca Hersher / NPR

A gravely ill man arrives at the hospital, alone and unconscious, with a tattoo across his chest: "Do Not Resuscitate." It sparks deep conversation about end-of-life care in America.

House Ethics Member Reportedly Settled Sexual Misconduct ...

House Ethics Member Reportedly Settled Sexual Misconduct Case With Taxpayer Money

Jan. 20
Marie Andrusewicz / NPR

Republican Rep. Patrick Meehan of Pennsylvania, who has investigated sexual misconduct claims as part of the House Ethics Committee, was removed after a report on his own alleged sexual misconduct.

Women's March On Washington: 'We Are A Part Of America, S...

Women's March On Washington: 'We Are A Part Of America, So We Need To Be Out Here'

Jan. 20
Asia Simone Burns / NPR

The second Women's March drew a wide range of ages and races to the nation's capital. The year since President Trump took office has given first-time and veteran marchers new reasons to attend.

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