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  • 6:34pm Mar 23, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    House Intel Chairman Apologizes Over Trump Surveillance Claims

    The fallout continues Thursday after the chairman of a House panel investigating President Trump's connections to Russia revealed that Trump and aides might have been swept up in "incidental" surveillance. The chairman, Rep. Devin Nunes, reportedly apologized to the committee, and its top Democrat, Adam Schiff, and all but confirmed a CNN story suggesting there's more than circumstantial evidence tying the Trump camp to the Russians.
  • 5:10pm Mar 23, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    GOP Leaders Struggle To Secure Votes On Health Care

    NPR takes a look at how political deals are made and what conversations are likely happening on Capitol Hill Thursday to get some "no" votes on the Republican health care bill to switch to "yes."
  • 5:10pm Mar 23, 2017
    National National

    The $10 Million Lawsuit That Hinges On An Oxford Comma

    For people interested in grammar, there is no fiercer debate over the necessity — or not — of the Oxford comma. It is the final comma in a list of items. A $10 million lawsuit hinges on an Oxford comma.
  • 4:41pm Mar 23, 2017
    National National

    Video Captures Police Encounter With Murder Suspect

    On April 16, 2015, police officer Jesse Kidder encountered a murder suspect named Michael Wilcox in Cincinnati, Ohio. The video went viral because of the surprising way the encounter unfolded.
  • 4:41pm Mar 23, 2017
    Sports Sports National

    NCAA Tournament's Sweet 16 Showdowns Set To Begin

    The men and women's NCAA College Basketball tournaments are down to the Sweet 16. The men take the court Thursday night, and the women play on Friday.
  • 4:41pm Mar 23, 2017
    National National

    Financial Woes Place Future Of Sears In Doubt

    NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Business Insider reporter Hayley Peterson about the state of Sears. The company's owner told shareholders Tuesday there is substantial doubt the retailer will survive.
  • 4:41pm Mar 23, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    Koch Brothers Vow To Stand By Republicans Who Oppose Health Care Bill

    NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Akash Chougule, policy director of Americans for Prosperity about the group's opposition to the AHCA bill, and their plans to support members of Congress who vote against the bill during the 2018 midterm elections.