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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Investigators have released their findings on the Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX plane crash. They say the crew followed all the manufacturer's instructions. So how much blame does Boeing bear? Did the Attorney General fail to portray some of the key findings of the Mueller probe? Newspapers report that some on a special counsel's team think a summary omitted vital information. And ICE officials target a technology company in Texas. 280 suspected undocumented immigrants were arrested during a raid there yesterday. What happens now for them and their families?

Thursday, April 4, 2019

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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Some migrants who overcrowded federal facilities on the southern border are simply released on the street. What drives families to make a dangerous journey? Chicago's newly elected mayor wants people born in poor neighborhoods not to become poor adults. What's Lori Lightfoot's plan for the Midwest metropolis? And Democratic presidential candidates are announcing early fundraising. Among others, Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris raised millions. What's it mean that Pete Buttigieg has too?

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

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Tuesday, April 2, 2019

How did the Trump Administration respond to concerns over security clearances? A House committee cites a whistle-blower who says the White House overrode concerns dozens of times. She also says they found ways to humiliate her. President Trump is threatening to close down the border with Mexico, and businesses there are worried. We'll look at the potential economic impact at the border and beyond. And Turkey is helping the United States develop the most expensive fighter jet in history but it also wants to buy a Russian defense system that can shoot them down. The Pentagon says no. Can they force Turkey to choose their firepower over Russia's?

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

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Monday, April 1, 2019

Why cut off aid to Central American countries? President Trump explains that decision, claiming that the governments of Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras are responsible for the increasing numbers of migrants fleeing north. Just as he considers running for president, Joe Biden faces criticism for his conduct around some women. How's the former Vice President answering? And we're one year out today from the 2020 census. Will or won't you be asked about your citizenship? That's in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Monday, April 1, 2019

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Friday, March 29th, 2019

President Trump is declaring victory. Yet a survey finds most Americans still have questions. What do we not yet know from the Mueller report that's not yet released? Some Venezuelans say they're ready to fight the government of Nicolas Maduro. They've fled the president whom the United States wants to replace. And today is a deadline for Britain's parliament. If they finally pass a Brexit plan, they get a short extension to prepare to leave the European Union. What happens if they fail?

Friday, March 29th, 2019

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Thursday, March 28th, 2019

Something changed at the southern border this week. Agents stopped more migrants than they'd seen in years. How can authorities respond? British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to quit, if only lawmakers approve her Brexit deal. And judge overturned Medicaid laws in two states. Arkansas and Kentucky added work requirements for the poorest Americans to receive health insurance. What's the ruling mean for other states that want to do the same?

Thursday, March 28th, 2019

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Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

The head of the Federal Aviation Administration says he's focused on safety. So, why did the FAA let a type of Boeing plane keep flying after two crashes? Congress will be asking him today. In Chicago, prosecutors have dropped the charges against actor Jussie Smollett, who was accused of faking a hate crime. The mayor and police chief are both angry at the decision. Could this case make Chicago residents think twice before reporting hate crimes in the future? And the all-female staff of the Vatican's women's news magazine abruptly resigned. They're accusing the institution of discrediting their coverage of sexual abuse of nuns by priests. How will the Vatican respond?

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

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Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Democrats have set a date. Congressional leaders wrote to the attorney general demanding to see all Robert Mueller's investigation materials by April 2nd. A rocket fired from Gaza slammed into a house north of Tel Aviv, and now Israel is striking back at Hamas. This is happening as Israel's prime minister visits Washington D.C. What's to blame for this new escalation? And a father of a Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victim has died from an apparent suicide. His death came days after two survivors of the Parkland massacre also apparently took their own lives. We ask one of our health correspondents if these deaths could be part of a so-called suicide contagion.

Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

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Monday, March 25th, 2019

President Trump responded to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, claiming he's exonerated even though Mueller wrote that his report "does not exonerate" the president. Mueller left obstruction of justice an open question but found no evidence Trump or anyone from his campaign coordinated with Russia. But Democratic leaders in Congress say the report leaves more questions than answers. They want the Department of Justice to release the entire report to the public. But have Democrats determined to investigate the president been undermined? And how does any of this affect the other investigations into the President and the Trump organization?

Monday, March 25th, 2019

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Robert Mueller Concludes The Russia Probe, Submits Report To The Attorney General

Attorney General William Barr received a report on Friday by special counsel Robert Mueller about the findings from Mueller's investigation into the Russian attack on the 2016 presidential election. The NPR Politics Podcast breaks down everything you need to know about what we know and what happens next.

Robert Mueller Concludes The Russia Probe, Submits Report To The Attorney General

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