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NPR新闻:MoviePass CEO Discusses Future Of Company And Business Model2018-07-17
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe about the future of the MoviePass subscription service, which is on the brink of bankruptcy.
NPR新闻:Hate Crimes Against Latinos Increase In California2018-07-17
In California alone, hate crimes against Latinos have increased by more than 50 percent since 2016. The administration's immigration crackdown and the president's rhetoric may help explain the spike.
NPR新闻:Russia And State Voting Systems2018-07-17
Steve Sandvoss, executive director of the Illinois State Board of Elections, joins NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro to talk about the likely compromise of the state's voter registration systems.
NPR新闻:What Putin Might Expect From Meeting With Trump In Helsinki2018-07-17
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Russian foreign policy expert Dmitri Trenin about what Russian President Vladimir Putin hopes to gain from his Monday meeting with President Trump.
NPR新闻:How The Trump-Putin Summit Could Affect 2 Arms Control Treaties2018-07-17
The U.S. and Russia possess 92 percent of the earth's atomic arsenal. Both recently announced plans to build new nuclear weapons. How will the Trump-Putin summit affect two non-proliferation treaties?
NPR新闻:Gerrymandering As A Campaign Issue2018-07-17
After the Supreme Court declined to make a decision about whether partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional, the issue is becoming a campaign issue for Democrats around the country.
NPR新闻:What To Expect At The Trump-Putin Summit2018-07-17
Presidents Trump and Putin will sit down for a private meeting in Helsinki Monday. There's no stated agenda,
NPR新闻:A Honduran Family, Reunited2018-07-17
Families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border are beginning to be reunited. In Seattle, a Honduran mother got to see her son for the first time in nearly two months.
NPR新闻:Kylie Jenner: Future Billionaire2018-07-17
Forbes predicts Kylie Jenner will be a billionaire by the time she turns 21. Natalie Robehmed wrote about Jenner, and tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about the product that built her empire: Lip Kits.
NPR新闻:Fact Check: Did The Obama Administration Respond To Election Interference By Russia?2018-07-17
President Trump claims President Obama failed to respond to Russian interference in the 2016 election. A fact-check of those claims paints a more complicated picture.
NPR新闻:Government Charges 12 Russian Officers With Election Attack2018-07-16
The Justice Department has charged 12 Russian intelligence officers with conspiring against the U.S. by hacking in order to interfere with the 2016 election.
NPR新闻:Trump Visits Scotland As Scots Plan Protests2018-07-16
President Trump is expected to visit one of his golf resorts in Scotland after his meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May. Scots are planning protests.
NPR新闻:A Brexit Backer On EU Negotiations2018-07-16
British Prime Minister Theresa May is proposing trade concessions to the European Union despite calls from members of Parliament like Kate Hoey to take a harder line. Hoey talks with Renee Montagne.
NPR新闻:Fentanyl And The Death Penalty2018-07-16
NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Robert Dunham of the Death Penalty Information Center about Nevada's attempt to use fentanyl for an execution.
NPR新闻:A Surge In Meth Use In Colorado Complicates Opioid Recovery2018-07-16
Last year,280 Coloradans who died of a drug overdose had methamphetamine in the mix. That's up sharply from 2016 and more than five times the number in 2012.
NPR新闻:Advocates Work To Reunite Migrant Families2018-07-16
The legal coordinator at a migrant shelter in El Paso, Texas, is one of many across the country working with U.S. government officials to reunite parents and children separated at the border.
NPR新闻:This Coach Wants To Be The Next World Champion In Backward Running2018-07-16
Track coach Aaron Yoder says he finds running backward more comfortable. When you're running backward, you don't have as much pressure on your knee because you're landing behind yourself, he says.
NPR新闻:Latest On Family Reunifications2018-07-16
NPR's Renee Montagne speaks with Caitlin Dickerson of The New York Times about the current situation at the U.S.-Mexico border as the courts mandate immigrant families be reunited.
NPR新闻:Tariffs Hit Maine's Lobster Industry2018-07-16
Dealers ship millions of dollars' worth of live Maine lobster to China but much of that business may be headed to Canadian lobstermen after hefty new tariffs.
NPR新闻:Cybersecurity Expert Explains Takeways From The Russia Indictments2018-07-16
Twelve Russian agents have been indicted in Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with cybersecurity expert Matt Tait about what the indictment mean.
NPR新闻:Crop Marks Reveal Ancient Structures2018-07-16
A recent heatwave in the U.K. has revealed outlines of ancient structures previously unknown to archaeologists. NPR's Renee Montagne asks aerial archaeologist Toby Driver what he's been learning.
NPR新闻:What's Next After The Russia Indictments?2018-07-16
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with David Kris, a former assistant attorney general for National Security, about what's next in the special counsel's Russia investigation.
NPR新闻:The State Of The Affordable Care Act2018-07-16
The Trump administration has made more moves that may further destabilize the Affordable Care Act.
NPR新闻:Study Shows Red Spruce Trees In New England Are Recovering After Decades Of Damage2018-07-16
Years after New Englanders saw that acid rain caused by coal plants was killing red spruce trees, the trees are better. Researchers say the red spruce shows the positive impact of air pollution laws.
NPR新闻:Emmett Till's Cousin On Reopening Of Case: 'An Opportunity For The Truth To Be Told'2018-07-16
NPR's Michel Martin speaks to Deborah Watts, a cousin of Emmett Till, about the reopening of his murder investigation.
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