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How 2 Kentucky Colleges Are Making Tuition-Free Work
A handful of colleges around the country charge zero dollars for tuition. To make the math work, they build their budgets around the concept that they won't collect revenue from students.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 17:08:00 -0400)

Off Script: Andrew Yang's Appeal To Undecided Voters
NPR's Noel King speaks to Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang and undecided voters, who pressed Yang on his candidacy and how he'll garner enough support for universal basic income.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 17:08:00 -0400)

Rudy Giuliani's Time As New York Mayor
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with journalist Bob Hennelly, who has spent years covering New York politics, about former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is a central figure in the impeachment inquiry.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 17:08:00 -0400)

Impeachment Inquiry: Witness Testimonies Continue This Week
More witnesses are expected to speak with lawmakers this week as part of the impeachment inquiry. One of them is the current top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, William Taylor.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 17:08:00 -0400)

Mulvaney Walks Back Ukraine Remarks, Admits It Wasn't A 'Perfect Press Conference'
The acting White House chief of staff denied what he previously said: that defense funding to Ukraine was frozen in part over the demand that Kyiv dig up dirt on Trump's political rivals.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 14:21:00 -0400)

3 Soldiers Killed In Training Accident At Fort Stewart In Georgia
The tragic early morning training exercise also resulted in three other soldiers being hospitalized. The incident involved the Bradley Fighting Vehicle on which they were riding.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 12:58:00 -0400)

Lawyer Ben Crump On 'Open Season'
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Ben Crump, a lawyer for the families of many black Americans killed by police, about his new book Open Season: Legalized Genocide of Colored People.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 07:59:00 -0400)

Partisan Divide Grows Over Opioid Settlement Plan
While most Republican attorneys general embrace Purdue Pharma's structured bankruptcy plan, all but two Democratic attorneys general reject it. "This is a moral issue for them," one expert says.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 07:59:00 -0400)

Poll: Number Of Americans Who Favor Stricter Gun Laws Continues To Grow
The overall percentage of Americans who support tougher gun laws is on the rise, even as the partisan divide remains stark, according to a Pew Research Center survey.
(Sun, 20 Oct 2019 07:01:18 -0400)

Mayor Of Stockton, Calif., Discusses Universal Basic Income Program Results
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Michael Tubbs, mayor of Stockton, Calif., about his city's experiment with a universal basic income.
(Sat, 19 Oct 2019 17:06:00 -0400)

California Wants To Train Doctors To Prevent Gun Deaths
NPR's Scott Simon asks UC Davis Health psychiatrist Amy Barnhorst about training doctors to prevent gun deaths through counseling patients.
(Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:08:00 -0400)

Emmett Till Memorial Dedicated For 4th Time After Vandalism
NPR's Scott Simon talks to Patrick Weems, executive director of the Emmett Till Memorial Commission, about this weekend's rededication of a memorial sign after after the first three were vandalized.
(Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:08:00 -0400)

Mentoring Those Who Faced Sexual Abuse
Some children who are sexually abused may turn to crime if they don't find help. A young man in Tennessee is opening up about his own abuse and the trouble that followed as a way to help others.
(Sat, 19 Oct 2019 08:08:00 -0400)

California Can Expect Blackouts For A Decade, Says PG&E CEO
PG&E is under fire for its management of last week's planned power outages that left about 800,000 customers in the dark. CEO Bill Johnson admits the company was ill-prepared for the operation.
(Fri, 18 Oct 2019 22:38:17 -0400)

Boeing Pilots Detected 737 Max Flight Control Glitch 2 Years Before Deadly Crash
One pilot messaged that the problem was "egregious" and he had "basically lied to the regulators (unknowingly)" when he had told the FAA that the flight control system was safe.
(Fri, 18 Oct 2019 20:04:05 -0400)

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