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President Trump named Mick Mulvaney as acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau on Friday, the same day outgoing director Richard Cordray named his own interim successor.Read More

The All Things Considered host is retiring in January. He recalls memorable stories on parole boards in Alabama, policing in Baltimore, and the exoneration of a man convicted for murder in New Jersey.Read More

After filmmakers, actors, or musicians are accused of sexual assault or other misdeeds, how should we think about their work? NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with author Claire Dederer, who considers the question in an essay for The Paris Review: "What Do We Do with the Art of Monstrous Men?"Read More

Has The Black Friday Madness Been Tamed?

Fri, November 24, 2017 9:32pm

NPR's Sonari Glinton has been out observing the state of retail sales in Los Angeles on Black Friday. He tells NPR's Elise Hu what he's discovered in the huge after Thanksgiving sales.Read More

Lawyers for Michael Flynn, President Trump's former national security adviser, will no longer discuss the special counsel's investigation with the president's legal team. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Susan Hennessey of Lawfare about what this means for the Mueller investigation.Read More

North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann trekked over sun-swept snow and crackling ice to the summit of Noonmark Mountain in New York's Adirondack Park.Read More

The sustainable choice between the dishwasher and a manual scrub-down may just boil down to your washing style — but it's hard to beat today's efficient machines.Read More

Parks systems are waiving fees to encourage people to skip the shopping and instead venture into nature. Here, 10 tips for safely enjoying wintry fun.Read More

After Democrats pulled off wins in 2017 that were bigger than expected, Republicans and Democrats are wondering what that means for the 2018 midterms.Read More

Law Enforcement's Limits To Stopping Shooters

Fri, November 24, 2017 10:08am

Recent mass shootings have shown how law enforcement can fail to prevent attacks by people who are known threats. The system is limited in what it can do, but there's also room for improvement.Read More


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