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NPR在线收听:Deputy AG Rosenstein Defends Special Counsel Investigation Before Congress2017-12-15
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified before Congress on Wednesday. Rosenstein defended the special counsel in the face of Republicans' allegations of anti-Trump political bias among the investigators.
NPR在线收听:Europe Complicit In Libyan Migrant Abuses, Human Rights Group Says2017-12-15
Amnesty International says European governments are complicit in the abuse of tens of thousands of refugees and migrants it says are detained in bad conditions by Libya's immigration authorities.
NPR在线收听:Chicago Neighborhoods Are Trying To Adapt The 'Village Movement' Structure2017-12-15
In its 17 years, the village movement that aims to let the elderly age in their homes has taken root mostly in well-off, white communities. Activists are now trying to adapt it to poorer, minority communities, such as the Englewood neighborhood in south Chicago.
NPR在线收听:After Special Election, Alabama Will Send Democrat To Senate For First Time In 25 Years2017-12-15
Doug Jones is the first Democrat to win a Senate election in Alabama in a quarter century. Although he wasn't a household name in the state before the campaign began, Jones has a long history in state politics.
NPR在线收听:What Democrat Doug Jones' Win In Alabama Means For Congress2017-12-15
Democrat Doug Jones won Alabama's special U.S. Senate election. This means the state will send a Democrat to the Senate for the first time in two decades, shrinking the GOP majority and emboldening Democrats heading into the 2018 midterm elections.
NPR在线收听:How A Trial In A Federal Courthouse In Manhattan Is Riveting The Turkish Government2017-12-15
NPR'S Robert Siegel speaks with New York Times reporter Ben Weiser about testimony by a Turkish-Iranian gold trader charged with conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions against Iran. Star witnesses have testified that the scheme was broader, and possibly involved the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan himself.
NPR在线收听:What Trump's Most Retweeted Tweet In 2017 Says About The Past Year2017-12-15
All Things Considered is continuing to look at the past year in a series called Highly Specific Superlatives. On Wednesday, we look at the most retweeted Trump tweet and what this single missive says about the 2017.
NPR在线收听 Enrollment Ends Friday. Sign-Ups Likely To Trail Last Year's2017-12-15
A shorter enrollment period and big cuts in the federal budget for outreach are taking a toll, say those helping with health insurance sign-ups. Deadlines for most state exchanges are a little later.
NPR在线收听:President Of Alabama NAACP On Democrat Doug Jones' Win2017-12-15
In Alabama's special U.S. Senate election, African-Americans made up as much as 30 percent of the electorate with 96 percent of them voting for Democrat Doug Jones. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Benard Simelton, President of the Alabama State Conference of the NAACP, about the NAACP's get-out-the-vote campaign in the race.
NPR在线收听:Fed Raises Interest Rates Again As Economy Rolls On2017-12-15
Policymakers increased a key rate for the third time this year. The quarter-point move indicates the Fed is confident in the economy as it continues to recover from the financial crisis.
NPR在线收听:For The Oklahoma City Zoo, Hippos Are A Christmas Tradition2017-12-15
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Gayla Peevey, who sang the original version of I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas in 1953. That song helped the Oklahoma City Zoo get its first hippo and this past week, Peevey welcomed the zoo's newest hippo addition.
NPR在线收听:Republicans Reconcile House And Senate Versions Of Tax Deal2017-12-15
House and Senate Republicans have agreed on a final tax deal. GOP leaders hope to pass the bill next week and achieve their first major legislative achievement this year.
NPR在线收听:Trump Says Republicans Are Close To Passing Tax Bill2017-12-15
In a speech Wednesday, President Trump made the case for why the Republican tax measure would be good for Americans. The remarks come after a big political loss for the president in Alabama.
NPR在线收听:'The Last Jedi' Is Not More Of The Same In 'Star Wars' Franchise2017-12-15
A review of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the latest in the intergalactic franchise. Fans are especially excited to see what happens to General Leia, played by Carrie Fisher, who died earlier this year.
NPR在线收听:African-American Voters Turned Out In Alabama's U.S. Senate Election2017-12-15
African-American voters turned out in big numbers to help propel Democrat Doug Jones' upset victory in the Alabama U.S. Senate race. It was a surprising show of political muscle by a community that's been locked out of power in a Republican-dominated state.
NPR在线收听:All Eyes Are On Alabama's Special U.S. Senate Election2017-12-14
In Alabama, the U.S. Senate special election has been a contentious race between Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore. A look back at what both candidates' visions are and what the race has been about.
NPR在线收听:Timeline: How Paul Manafort Got Caught Up In The Russia Investigation2017-12-14
How did the ex-Trump campaign manager get indicted in Robert Mueller's Russia investigation? It's a study in how political power can translate into money, and how that money moves around the world.
NPR在线收听:How Repealing Net Neutrality Could Affect Schools' Internet Access2017-12-14
If the Federal Communications Commission chooses to repeal net neutrality regulations, it could affect access to the Internet for schools across the country. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Richard Culatta, CEO of the International Society for Technology in Education, about the potential impact on classrooms if net neutrality is repealed.
NPR在线收听:How Scientists Are Growing Mini Brains In Petri Dishes For Experiments2017-12-14
All week, All Things Considered is offering Highly Specific Superlatives in honor of the year that was. On Tuesday, we look at the weirdest leap forward in brain science. Researchers can now grow mini brains in a petri dish and then experiment on them.
NPR在线收听:German City Bans Refugees From Settling There, Other Cities May Follow2017-12-14
Refugees are no longer allowed to settle in one western German city. Such bans are expected to be introduced in other cities as more Germans complain that there are too many refugees.
NPR在线收听:Arctic's Temperature Continues To Run Hot, Latest 'Report Card' Shows2017-12-14
The extreme warming trend continues, and scientists fear that floating sea ice will be gone by midcentury. That will have extraordinary effects closer to home.
NPR在线收听:Survey Shows Americans Expressing Greater Concern About Government Corruption2017-12-14
Almost one year after President Trump took office, an international watchdog has found that Americans are much more cynical about corruption in the White House and government.
NPR在线收听:What's At Stake With Alabama's Special Election?2017-12-14
The closely watched U.S. Senate race in Alabama could have national implications for both the Republican and Democratic parties in Washington. Republican Roy Moore, the former chief justice of the state supreme court, is vying for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' old Senate seat against Democrat and former prosecutor Doug Jones.
NPR在线收听:Native Americans Feel Invisible In U.S. Health Care System2017-12-14
About a quarter of Native Americans report experiencing discrimination in health care, according to a poll by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
NPR在线收听:Tillerson Says He Would Meet With North Koreans, Even Without Denuclearization Talks2017-12-14
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the U.S. would negotiate with North Korea without demanding that the country first agree to nuclear disarmament.
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