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  • 4:16pm Aug 02, 2017
    National National Economy

    Dow Tops 22,000, Helped By Apple Shares

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average topped 22,000 Wednesday and has bounced around, as trading continues. Apple shares are lifting the Dow to new heights. The broader S&P 500 Index is down slightly.
  • 4:14pm Aug 02, 2017
    Sports Sports National

    Ara Parseghian, Legendary Notre Dame Coach, Dies At 94

    Ara Parseghian was a force at the University of Notre Dame. He brought the football program back to national prominence during the 1960s and 1970s, including two championships.
  • 4:14pm Aug 02, 2017
    National National

    Motts Haven In The Bronx Targeted For Remake

    You know your neighborhood is targeted for a remake, when a developer wants to rename it. One developer's new moniker for Mott Haven in the Bronx is the "Piano District." WNYC's Jessica Gould reports.
  • 4:14pm Aug 02, 2017
    World News World News

    Iraqi Troops Vs. ISIS: A Campaign Of Revenge

    NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Belkis Wille, Iraq researcher at Human Rights Watch about Iraqi troops' campaign to root out ISIS. Human rights observers say the tactics used by Iraqi troops are abusive.
  • 4:14pm Aug 02, 2017
    National National Education

    DOJ Plans To Take Affirmative Action Against College Admissions

    The Justice Department plans to investigate universities using affirmative action policies that discriminate against white applicants. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Bob Driscoll, who served at the DOJ.
  • 4:14pm Aug 02, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    Trump Signs Russia Sanctions Bill

    President Trump objects to a bill that imposes new sanctions on Russia even as he signs it.
  • 4:14pm Aug 02, 2017
    National National

    An Investigation Into Juvenile Life Without Parole

    Mandatory life without parole for juveniles in murder cases has been banned for five years. But an Associated Press investigation revealed that the ban has been enforced unevenly across the country.
  • 8:41pm Aug 01, 2017
    National National Politics & Government Environment

    DHS Waives Environmental Laws For Border Wall Construction

    The Department of Homeland Security announces that it would waive environmental and other laws to ensure the "expeditious construction" of barriers and roads near the U.S.-Mexico border.