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Illinois Gunman Opened Fire When He Learned He'd Lose His Job, Police Say
02/16/2019 7:31 PM
Shooter Gary Montez Martin, 45, wasn't legally allowed to own a gun, police say. But he never complied with a demand to relinquish his firearms.
Vatican Defrocks Former Cardinal McCarrick, Finds Him Guilty Of Sex Abuse
02/16/2019 2:21 PM
Theodore McCarrick rose to power as a cardinal and archbishop of Washington, D.C. He became the most senior Catholic Church official in modern times to lose clerical status.
Pope Defrocks Theodore McCarrick
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
Pope Francis has defrocked former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who has been accused of sex abuse.
Universities Scour Yearbooks After Northam
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
After the controversy over a blackface photo in Ralph Northam's medical school yearbook, universities are reviewing their yearbooks for material that could be considered racist or offensive.
U.S. National Debt Passes $22 Trillion
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
The national debt passed $22 trillion this week, the biggest number on record. NPR's Scott Simon asks Business Insider's Bob Bryan why and what the long-term consequences could be.
Gunman Kills 5 In Aurora, Ill.
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
A mass shooting in Aurora, Ill., has left six people, including the gunman, dead.
Tax Exemptions For Art In Rhode Island
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
NPR's Scott Simon asks Rhode Island author Paul Caranci about a provision in his state's tax code that exempts certain works of art from sales tax.
If The U.S. And China Don't Reach A Trade Deal, Consumers Will Soon Feel The Impact
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
So far, the U.S. trade war with China hasn't affected consumers much. But without a deal soon, tariffs on thousands of products will more than double.
SPLC On Suing Trump Over Asylum-Seeker Policy
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
NPR's Scott Simon asks the Southern Poverty Law Center's Melissa Crow about challenging a policy requiring asylum-seekers at the Southern border to remain in Mexico while their cases are considered.
The Power Of Congress After Trump's Emergency Declaration
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
The president circumvented Congress by declaring a national emergency. James Wallner of the conservative R Street Institute tells NPR's Scott Simon that lawmakers failed to take action to stop Trump.
Former CBP Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske On Trump's Border Declaration
02/16/2019 1:15 PM
NPR's Scott Simon asks former drug czar and U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Gil Kerlikowske about President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to fund a wall along the border.
Trump's National Emergency Sets Up Legal Fight Over Spending Authority
02/16/2019 12:00 PM
Does Trump have the constitutional power to ignore a congressional vote that did not provide him all the money he wanted for a Southern border wall? That issue could be decided by the Supreme Court.
Denver Teacher Strike Ends; Chicago Designer Revamps School Uniforms
02/16/2019 12:00 PM
Also in this week's education roundup, a new study suggest that a high-crime neighborhood can have an effect on student attendance.
Virginia Democrats Now Look To Women of Color For Leadership
02/16/2019 10:03 AM
The recent controversies embroiling some of Virginia's top Democratic officials have the party reconsidering their leadership.
Academy Awards Live Broadcast To Include 4 Cinematography Categories After All
02/16/2019 1:33 AM
In its latest reversal, the Academy Awards restores four awards to its live broadcast. It had tried to shorten the program by handing them out during commercial breaks.





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