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Our panel, Renee Graham and Jim Stergios, go behind the week's headlines.
Spicer's decision appears to be linked to the appointment of a new White House communications director, New York financier Anthony Scaramucci.
Baldwin, a Democrat from Wisconsin, is pushing a bill that would require water infrastructure projects in the U.S. to use American-made steel and iron.
Trump has asked some of his advisers about his power to pardon people caught up in the investigation, according to reports.
A nonprofit called the Immigrant Bail Fund has started posting partial or whole bond amounts for people detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Historians Ed Ayers and Nathan Connolly say the history of colleges and universities is intrinsically tied to conflict and difference of opinion.
The bank could get subpoenas from the special counsel investigating possible collusion between Trump's campaign and Russia during the election.
The Washington Post's Abby Phillip and Axios' Jim VandeHei join Here & Now's Robin Young and Lisa Mullins to discuss the latest political headlines.
At an election forum held at UMass Boston on Thursday, Walsh was most passionate when he addressed the problem of guns on the streets of Boston.
The Senate health care bill floundered without enough GOP support and Harvard Square rejected yet another pizza shop. All that and more from Tom Keane's weekly news roundup.
Iraq has the potential to become a model of integration of different Muslim sects, religions and ethnicities, writes Susan E. Reed.
The GOP health care push collapses. Trump and Putin’s private conversation. John McCain fights brain cancer. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
Minnesota Senator Al Franken joins us. The one time comedian shares his view of Washington now.
With rapid progress in research, the longer Sen. John McCain and other glioblastoma patients can hang on, the better their chances that some new treatment will help them.
Ron and Heather speak with Susan Glasser, Politico's chief international affairs columnist. They look at President Trump on the world's stage, from his flip flop on the Iran nuclear deal to the absence of a Trump doctrine.
Like a mastodon roaming among melting glaciers, writes Andrew Carleen, John McCain feels like a relic of a fading epoch in Washington.
There's controversy over whether dogs can help PTSD patients, and whether the government should pay for them.
The Trump administration is no longer arming rebels fighting the Assad regime, ending a program started by former President Obama.
NPR's Ron Elving joins Here & Now's Lisa Mullins to discuss Trump's remarks in his interview with The New York Times, and the political fallout.
Here & Now's Robin Young talks with Dr. Barbara O'Brien, a professor of neuro-oncology, about what glioblastoma is and how it's treated.