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Watchdog Report Finds Trump Travel Ban Caused Confusion, Violated Court Orders

Full details of The Department of Homeland Security Inspector General's report are being withheld by DHS leaders
NPR · 31m ago

Rep. John Conyers Acknowledges Settlement, But Denies Sexual Harassment Claim

BuzzFeed obtained documents detailing a sealed 2015 settlement with a former employee, with a $27,000 payout. The Michigan Democrat says the settlement was made to avoid "protracted litigati...
NPR · 31m ago

FCC Unveils Plan To Repeal Net Neutrality Rules

The FCC will vote Dec. 14 on a plan to undo rules that prevent Internet providers from blocking or slowing websites and apps. The plan would require broadband providers to disclose their pra...
NPR · 53m ago

Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Punishing 'Sanctuary Cities'

A judge in California has issued a permanent injunction against an executive order that promised to withhold federal funds from jurisdictions that didn't cooperate with immigration authoriti...
NPR · 1h ago

President Trump Pardons His First Turkey

The president will take part in the White House tradition that sees two turkeys set free in an event set up by the turkey growers' lobby.
NPR · 1h ago

Robert Mugabe Resigns As Zimbabwe's President

The speaker of parliament read what he said was a letter from Mugabe, who's led Zimbabwe since its independence from Britain in 1980. Journalist Jeffrey Barbee in Harare talks to NPR's Steve...
NPR · 3h ago

In Kentucky, Transparent Pie Is Clearly A Thanksgiving Winner

A Bluegrass State specialty, this well-loved, sugary dessert is one of the most basic to make — and maybe that's part of what has made it so popular for so many years.
NPR · 2h ago

Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's Longtime President, Resigns After Tumultuous Week

The longtime president's own party made a motion to impeach him Tuesday. After 37 years in power, Robert Mugabe had faced unprecedented pressure to resign — pressure he ignored until now.
NPR · 4h ago

Amid Political Tumult, Zimbabwe Lawmakers Open Impeachment Process Against Mugabe

The longtime president's own party made a motion to impeach him Tuesday. After 37 years in power, Robert Mugabe has faced unprecedented pressure to resign — pressure he has so far ignored.
NPR · 2h ago

Amid Political Tumult, Zimbabwe's Longtime President Robert Mugabe Resigns

The longtime president's own party made a motion to impeach him Tuesday. After 37 years in power, Robert Mugabe has faced unprecedented pressure to resign — pressure he ignored until now.