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Republicans Struggle To Criticize Trump
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A Honduran Family Reunited
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The Department of Justice has released previously top-secret documents about the monitoring of former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.
The Trump administration is facing a Thursday deadline to reunify migrant children separated from their families. There are more than 2,000 kids still awaiting reunification.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Ruth Marcus and Fred Hiatt of The Washington Post about a debate playing out on their editorial page over whether Trump staffers are enabling the president or preventing catastrophe.
Pulitzer Prize-winning food critic Jonathan Gold died Saturday at age 57. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Los Angeles Times columnist Gustavo Arellano about Gold's legacy in Southern California.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Reveal reporter Aura Bogado about her investigation of two office buildings in Phoenix, Ariz., where migrant children were being held in secret.
A Tiwi Island couple who have kept an art workshop for artists with a disability running for 20 years say they are too old to keep the community lifeline going without further funding and support.
Pennsylvania Congressman Fitzpatrick served in the FBI and says he has full confidence in the US intelligence community. Days ago, GOP Rep. Will Hurd of Texas came to the same conclusion.
Republicans claim the 412 pages reveal FBI bias in favor of Hillary Clinton; Democrats say the documents are evidence of deep connections between Russia and the Trump campaign.
It's been four years since the attack on a flight in Ukraine killed several AIDS prevention advocates. Ahead of a conference, one advocate says they would have wanted to keep attention on the fight.
The New York Times' Charlie Savage explains to NPR's Korva Coleman the implications of newly declassified FBI documents about Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
Ruben McDornan, the sole survivor of the trawler Dianne that capsized off the Queensland coast last year, tells Nine's 60 minutes he heard banging from inside the overturned boat as it sank with his crewmen on board.