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  • 4:41pm Nov 01, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Immigration Advocates Challenge Obama's 'Felons Not Families' Policy

    Immigration advocates are trying to change the narrative about which immigrants living in the U.S. illegally deserve to stay. It's a challenge to the Obama administration's policy of deporting "felons, not families." Grassroots advocates are championing the case of Jose Alvarez — a convicted felon who's also a family man.
  • 4:41pm Nov 01, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Ohio Volunteers Remain Steadfast In Support Of Donald Trump

    NPR's Robert Siegel travels to Springfield, Ohio, which has seen the loss of many blue collar jobs in recent decades, and joins volunteer Laura Rosenberger as she canvasses a neighborhood in search of Trump supporters. Rosenberger says she doesn't always vote Republican and hasn't voted at all the past couple of years, but says Donald Trump has made her an enthusiastic Republican voter this year.
  • 6:21pm Oct 31, 2016
    National National Health & Safety

    Many Parents Reluctant To Test Newborn DNA For Disease Risk

    We're getting closer to the day when doctors can check a baby's entire genetic code to look for diseases that might develop during childhood or even later. But some parents are reluctant to do these tests.
  • 6:21pm Oct 31, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    DNC Chair Donna Brazile Resigns Role As CNN Commentator

    CNN announced on Monday that Democratic party chief Donna Brazile resigned her role as a commentator for the network earlier this month after hacked emails posted by WikiLeaks showed she shared questions for CNN-sponsored candidate events with people associated with Hillary Clinton's campaign earlier this year. She had already taken a leave from CNN when agreeing to lead the party this past summer.
  • 6:21pm Oct 31, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Historically Conservative Ohio Newspapers Endorse Hillary Clinton

    NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Glenn Sheller, editorial page editor for the Columbus Dispatch, and Cindi Andrews, opinion editor for the Cincinnati Enquirer. Both papers have endorsed Hillary Clinton, the first Democrat for president they've endorsed in a century.