A new California law regulates how autographed items may be sold. Originally intended to cover sports memorabilia and an apparently thriving market in fake autographs, bookstores are worried it will shut down popular author book signings. Now one of them has filed suit.
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Alaska Gov. Bill Walker about his concerns with the American Health Care Act. With its remote rural communities, Alaska has some of the highest insurance costs in the country.
NPR's Kelly McEvers interviews Robert Malley, vice president for policy of the International Crisis Group and former "ISIS Czar" for President Obama, about the downing of the Syrian fighter jet by the U.S., and the implications both militarily and diplomatically.
The Navy has identified seven sailors killed when their destroyer, the USS Fitzgerald, collided with a cargo vessel off Japan. They came from a variety of backgrounds around the United States and ranged from a young newcomer to a 37-year-old petty officer first class.