President Trump issued an unusual executive order to block a merger — a massive bid by Singapore-based chipmaker Broadcom to buy America's largest mobile chipmaker Qualcomm. At the heart of the deal is the future of wireless technology.
In Nigeria, distraught families want to talk to the nation's president to press him to help find the 110 girls abducted from their school in the northeast three weeks ago. Many are asking how suspected Boko Haram gunmen have again succeeded in kidnapping scores of schoolgirls from their dorms — just four years after the mass abduction in Chibok.
For the first time since he was elected, President Trump is visiting California to review progress on border wall prototypes, address service personnel at a Marine base and attend a fundraiser in the Los Angeles area.
People who mark "Black" for their race on the 2020 census will be asked about their origins. Many black immigrants can cite ties to a specific country, but some U.S.-born African-Americans say they cannot.
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Ambassador John Negroponte, former director of National Intelligence and Deputy Secretary of State, to review Secretary Rex Tillerson's tumultuous tenure at the top of the State Department and the legacy he'll leave there.