Move over career politicians. Teens are getting into the political game. Seven teens are running for governor in Kansas. Three of them join us.
The Trump Administration turns one. We’ll take stock of the year of Trump at home and abroad.
The shutdown showdown—as a DACA deal fades, Republicans are scrambling for a strategy to keep the government open even if it’s for only one month.
The 2018 midterms are shaping up to be a nationwide referendum on President Trump. Is control of Congress in reach for the Democrats? We’ll dig in.
President Trump undermines American institutions, says former GOP speechwriter David Frum. He makes the case.
Is there a better way to talk about race and social justice? On Martin Luther King, Jr Day, we’ll try.
Deadly California mudslides. 7-Eleven immigration raids. Bannon out at Breitbart. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
A psychiatrist who edited a provocative book about President Donald Trump’s mental health said Monday that there were signs he was “unraveling” as pressure from the Russia probe increases on...
The growing speculation about President Trump’s mental and emotional well-being.
A big GOP tax win. Trump’s national security vision. A deadly train crash in Washington State. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
The White House unveils its new national security policy: Superpower rivalries, and a more muscular American posture on the global stage.
Despite President Trump’s recent denial, there’s been speculation of late that he will fire Robert Mueller, the special counsel looking into collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
An upset victory in Alabama. A deal on the tax bill. A subway bombing in New York. Our weekly news round table goes behind the headlines.
The message from Alabama after the special election that has roiled the nation. Now what for Washington and the country?
We go to Alabama for the homestretch of the Roy Moore-Doug Jones showdown for the Senate.
An executive editor of Time said in an interview on NPR’s On Point Thursday that President Trump was not on the verge of becoming the Person of the Year, despite...
Our show Wednesday on the Masterpiece Cakeshop case at the Supreme Court drew a huge number of comments from our listeners on the issue that will affect gay rights and...
Personal safety motivated one of the Russia doping whistleblowers, according to the man who wrote the report.
Cake wars. The Supreme Court hears the case of the baker who wouldn’t make a wedding cake for a gay couple. Their ruling could change the boundaries of free speech.
Crime and punishment. The International Olympic Committee bans Russia from the 2018 Olympic Games. We’ll look at what it all means for sports and politics.