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  • 8:14am Nov 23, 2017
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    Democrats Strategize For 2018

    When members of Congress come back from Thanksgiving break, they'll start thinking about the 2018 midterms. Democrats are hoping to continue their recent wins.
  • 8:13am Nov 23, 2017
    World News World News

    Zimbabwe Gets A New Leader For The First Time

    Zimbabwe gets a new president Friday, just the second in its 37-year history. It's still unclear exactly what fate awaits the country's outgoing leader, Robert Mugabe.
  • 5:45am Nov 23, 2017

    D.R.E.A.M.: Dogs Rule Everything Around Me

    A Brooklyn dog-walking company called the Woof-Tang Clan and claims to walk the "illest group of dogs in New York City." RZA of the real Wu-Tang Clan sued for copyright infringement.
  • 5:08am Nov 23, 2017
    National National Economy

    Despite Trump's Promises, Coal Plants Keep Closing

    Despite President Trump's vow to put coal miners back to work, coal plants keep closing. We visit a Texas town where one is slated to shut down soon.
  • 5:08am Nov 23, 2017
    Economy Economy

    Walmart And Amazon's Food Fight

    Amazon and Walmart each want to sell you groceries as part of their plan to sell everyone everything. So now Walmart is inventing new kinds of foods to lure customers into the store.
  • 5:08am Nov 23, 2017
    National National Economy

    Taxes, Big-Box Stores And The 'Dark Store Theory'

    Some towns rely on taxes that big-box stores pay to help keep their lights on. But in several states, cities accuse those retailers of undervaluing their own properties so they can pay less tax.
  • 5:08am Nov 23, 2017
    Music & Culture Music & Culture

    Your Thanksgiving Stress Playlist

    NPR's Rachel Martin talks to music commentator Miles Hoffman about classical music that captures the stress of Thanksgiving.
  • 5:08am Nov 23, 2017
    National National

    What POW/MIA Means To A New Generation Of Veterans

    The POW/MIA movement that began during the Vietnam War changed the way the U.S. sees its responsibility for missing service members. A new generation of veterans sees the flag differently than before.
  • 5:08am Nov 23, 2017
    National National Politics & Government

    Trump's Company Cuts Ties To NYC Hotel

    President Trump's company says it's severing its contract with the Trump SoHo, a New York City condo hotel that has struggled to find buyers.