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We look at the tactics being used to investigate Russia's election interference. And a Times reporter overhears the president's lawyers at a steakhouse. [Read More]
The senator spent 16 years trying to pass immigration legislation in Congress. Could it finally pass under President Trump? [Read More]
We discuss the origins and significance of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program with Cecilia Muñoz, former President Barack Obama's chief domestic policy adviser. [Read More]
It took them six years to save up for their home in Houston, now swollen with floodwaters. How one family got through the storm —... [Read More]
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The uniquely American success story of a city built on a swampy bayou, and how Harvey's destruction recast that narrative. [Read More]
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The story of two Americans, Abraham Davis and Hisham Yasin — a story of vandalism and forgiveness. [Read More]
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The rise, fall and presidential redemption of the wildly divisive sheriff from Arizona. [Read More]
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The public feud between the president and the Arizona senator reveals a great deal about mounting tensions in Washington. [Read More]
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Why has North Korea suddenly shown success in recent missile tests? We discuss a surprising discovery. [Read More]
The president says "things are going to be different" in Afghanistan. But the new strategy looks a lot like the strategy of the last 16... [Read More]
Derek Black was considered a future leader of the white nationalist movement — then he left. He talks with us about the movement, and its... [Read More]
Will Mr. Bannon use the right-wing megaphone to help or hurt the president who dismissed him as chief strategist? [Read More]
How white supremacists and neo-Nazis used their favorite social networks to craft and propagate their messages. [Read More]
How the chief executives of the nation's largest companies moved to cut ties with the president who rose to fame as a businessman. [Read More]
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