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Barbershop: Border Separations

Barbershop: Border Separations

This week has seen outrage over children being separated from parents at the border, and confusion over congressional immigration proposals. To help sort through all of it, Michel Martin speaks with former INS commissioner Doris Meissner; Annaluisa Padilla, President at the American Immigration Lawyers Association; and Julian Aguilar, immigration reporter Texas Tribune.


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Barbershop: Border Separations

Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani: Mueller Investigation Could Be 'Cleaned Up' With Pardons

Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani: Mueller Investigation Could Be 'Cleaned Up' With Pardons

Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and current lawyer for President Trump, speaks to members of the media during a White House Sports and Fitness Day last month. Giuliani suggested Friday that presidential pardons could be given to people caught up in the Mueller investigation.The president’s lawyer floated the controversial idea on the same day that that Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, was sent to jail amid the growing probe by the special counsel.

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Trump Lawyer Rudy Giuliani: Mueller Investigation Could Be 'Cleaned Up' With Pardons

Week In Politics: What's Next After The U.S.-North Korea Summit

Week In Politics: What's Next After The U.S.-North Korea Summit

NPR’s Audie Cornish talks with E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and David Brooks of The New York Times about President Trump’s impromptu Friday news conference, what’s next with North Korea, immigration and the release of an inspector general report on James Comey’s handling of the Clinton emails.


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Week In Politics: What's Next After The U.S.-North Korea Summit

After The Trump-Kim Summit, U.S. And North Korea Appear As Far Apart As Ever

After The Trump-Kim Summit, U.S. And North Korea Appear As Far Apart As Ever

President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un shake hands during their signing ceremony in Singapore on Tuesday.The U.S. and North Korean accounts of the summit show two sides that seem as far apart as ever. In fact, the accounts seem to be about different meetings, writes nonproliferation expert Jeffrey Lewis.

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After The Trump-Kim Summit, U.S. And North Korea Appear As Far Apart As Ever

Scalise Returns to Baseball Field One Year After Shooting Left Him Seriously Injured

Scalise Returns to Baseball Field One Year After Shooting Left Him Seriously Injured

U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La., arrives for a June 6 House Republican Conference meeting on Capitol Hill.One year after being attacked at a GOP baseball practice, Louisiana GOP Rep. Steve Scalise talks to NPR about serving as the top vote counter and his relationship with President Trump.

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Scalise Returns to Baseball Field One Year After Shooting Left Him Seriously Injured

Pompeo: North Korea Will Take Major Steps To Disarm In Trump's First Term

Pompeo: North Korea Will Take Major Steps To Disarm In Trump's First Term

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo walks with General Vincent K. Brooks, commander of United States Forces Korea, after arriving at Osan Air Base in South Korea Wednesday.He told reporters in Seoul on Wednesday that the country will take steps to disarm in two and a half years. But details of the agreement between President Trump and Kim Jong Un remain vague.

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Pompeo: North Korea Will Take Major Steps To Disarm In Trump's First Term

How The DOJ Decision On Asylum Cases Will Affect Those Fleeing Domestic Abuse

How The DOJ Decision On Asylum Cases Will Affect Those Fleeing Domestic Abuse

NPR’s Audie Cornish talks with Dorchen Leidholdt, director for the Center for Battered Women’s Legal Services at the Sanctuary for Families, about how Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision in an asylum case will affect the cases of others who are fleeing domestic abuse or other types of violence in their home countries.


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How The DOJ Decision On Asylum Cases Will Affect Those Fleeing Domestic Abuse