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Hundreds of angry residents of Charlottesville, Virginia, swarmed a city council meeting on Monday night to express their outrage at the city’s response to the violent white nationalist rallies a week ago. After members of the … more
President Donald Trump announced a new U.S. strategy in Afghanistan on Monday, but his plan lacked major details, like a timetable and even the number of U.S. troops that will be stationed in the country. Trump refused to elaborate out of a belief … more
President Donald Trump announced a “path forward” in Afghanistan Monday evening, after months of failing to implement a clear approach to ending the 16 years U.S. soldiers have spent in the country. The unveiling comes at a precarious … more
The president addressed the nation about U.S. engagement in the country on Monday night. NPR journalists provided context and analysis of his remarks. more
FashionThe lipstick brand has already raised over $40,000 for medical bills, the NAACP, and Black Lives Matters actvists.  News & OpinionChris ThomasThere are a lot of ways to protest against our president. You can tweet or … more
President Donald Trump’s beachhead team member at the Department of Transportation has moved to the federal agency that regulates the nation’s electric power and natural gas industries where he will be serving as chief of staff. Former … more
The Legendary curators and boosters of hip-hop share stories and introduce their new NPR podcast, What's Good. more
President Trump’s plans to give a massive tax break to the rich but a polling shows that an overwhelming majority of Americans favor raising taxes on the wealthy. The disconnect could complicate Republican efforts to pass tax legislation this … more
The 24-year-old Jamaican artist has released his debut album, Chronology. It showcases his myriad influences, including genres like gospel, ska and electronic music and his own musical family lineage. more
The total solar eclipse swept across the country on Monday from Oregon to South Carolina. A partial eclipse was also visible in other parts of the U.S. All Things Considered checked in with some listeners who witnessed the eclipse. more
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