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The White House says President Trump is taking his message directly to the people with an event in Florida Saturday that hearkens back to his campaign rallies.
Feb. 18, 2017
Senior Business Editor Marilyn Geewax talks about NPR's newly-launched Trump Ethics Monitor, a tool that helps track conflicts of interest between President Trump's businesses and the White House.
Feb. 18, 2017
The woman known as Jane Roe in the landmark 1973 Supreme Court decision establishing a Constitutional right to an abortion has died.
Feb. 18, 2017
Columnist Mary Kate Cary, former Obama communications aide Corey Ealons, and NPR Political correspondent, Mara Liasson, discuss President Trump's attacks on the media and whether they serve a purpose.
Feb. 18, 2017
Pamela Strobel brought Southern soul food cooking to Northern audiences back in the 1960s, and her cookbook brought the food into homes. Now, two brothers are re-launching her cookbook.
Feb. 18, 2017
The radical muslim cleric has spent the past twenty years in a U.S. prison, convicted of conspiring to carry out terrorist attacks across New York City.
Feb. 18, 2017
McCorvey, who adopted the pseudonym Jane Roe in the Supreme Court case that legalized abortion in 1973, was a champion for abortion rights activists and — later in life — for their opponents, as well.
Feb. 18, 2017
China's commerce ministry announced Saturday it will be freezing imports through the end of the year. North Korea, which does 90 percent of its business with China, relies on coal as its No. 1 export.
Feb. 18, 2017
Martin Roemers and his camera traveled to 22 megacities — population 10 million or more — from Lagos to Los Angeles.
Feb. 18, 2017
Astronomers think there's an undiscovered planet lurking in the far reaches of the solar system, and they're asking the public's help to find it.
Feb. 18, 2017
From the Apollo 11 mission that first took humans to the moon, to the decades-long space shuttle program, Launch Complex 39A has quite a past. Now, NASA's dusting it off for the start of a new era.
Feb. 18, 2017
The pioneers of organic farming are starting to retire. While some are passing on their farms to family to preserve their legacy, others are getting help finding like-minded strangers.
Feb. 18, 2017
Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.
Feb. 18, 2017
In an essay written in 1939, Winston Churchill pondered the possibility that there might be life elsewhere in the universe. The document was recently rediscovered in a museum in Fulton, Mo.
Feb. 18, 2017
The president's campaign operation is staging the event, billed as a way for Trump to take his message directly to the American people. How unusual is that so early into a presidency?
Feb. 18, 2017
Often, high School band music is composed by white men. So this school is seeking out music from women and composers of color who are writing music, but aren't being published at the same rate.
Feb. 18, 2017
Reindeer are thought to face a grim future as climate change threatens lichen, a key winter food source. But on one Alaskan island, reindeer have found a new food source, making scientists hopeful.
Feb. 18, 2017
As Iraqi and U.S. forces plan to attack ISIS on the western side of the city of Mosul, residents are trying to restart their lives in the freed eastern side of the city. Not everyone feels safe.
Feb. 18, 2017
Iran and North Korea have fired off missiles. A Russian spy ship floats off the U.S. coast. To date, President Trump's reaction has been very much from the traditional foreign policy playbook.
Feb. 18, 2017
Some Republicans in Congress say they could partly fix the federal health law by again separating people who buy insurance into two categories — sick and healthy. Critics say it won't save money.
Feb. 18, 2017

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