Authorities are investigating what led a suspect to take an explosive device into an underground passageway Monday. NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Kate Hinds, a reporter with member station WNYC.
Penny Young Nance, president of Concerned Women for America, a conservative evangelical group, talks with Steve Inskeep about sexual assault allegations against Roy Moore and Alabama's Senate race.
When it comes to our morning routines, most of us have very different styles. Some of us (ahem, night owls) might hit snooze a million times before getting out of bed and scrambling to pull together a...
Turkish writer Elif Shafak juggles politics, faith and feminism in her new novel set in Turkey and England. Steve Inskeep speaks with her about her book Three Daughters of Eve.
Steve Inskeep talks with Diana Buttu, a former legal adviser to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, about how Palestinians are responding to President Trump's Jerusalem policy change.
Several Democratic senators have called for Al Franken to resign. Former Democratic National Committee chair Donna Brazile talks with Steve Inskeep about what Franken's decision means for the party.
California House members have sent a letter requesting $4.4 billion in federal wildfire relief. Steve Inskeep talks to Rep. Jeff Denham, one of the Republican lawmakers who signed the letter.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo tells NPR's Steve Inskeep why he opposes the GOP tax plan, which would end the deduction for state and local taxes. Cuomo says the plan is "a targeted assault" on New York.
Palestinian journalist Daoud Kuttab joins NPR's Steve Inskeep to talk about the Trump administration's plan to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Steve Inskeep talks with commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of government shutdowns.