NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Wesley Lowery, a Pulitzer Prize-winning national reporter for The Washington Post, about his newspaper's police-involved shooting database and why guilty verdicts for police officers are so rare.
The American college student who died shortly after being released from a North Korean prison was laid to rest Thursday in his hometown near Cincinnati. Otto Warmbier arrived back in the U.S. last week in a coma after being held by North Korea for more than a year.
Over the Baltic Sea, Russian and NATO jet fighters are buzzing each other with ever-closer flybys. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Jorge Benitez of the Atlantic Council about the growing military standoff in northeastern Europe.
NPR's Kelly McEvers interviews Republican Sen. John Thune of South Dakota, who was one of the people who worked on the Senate health care bill, about the last minute negotiations and the finished product.
NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Pam Morris, CEO and President of CareSource, about the new health care bill from Senate Republicans. CareSource is the largest provider of Medicaid managed care services for Ohio.
After President Trump pulled out of the Paris Climate Agreement, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg pledged to lead a group of mayors, governors and CEOs in cutting emissions according to the Paris framework. And now Bloomberg also has a film out documenting coal's rise and fall in America, From the Ashes.