All Things Considered

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  • Saudi State TV: Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Is Dead

    Saudi officials confirmed the death of Khashoggi early Saturday local time. According to a report on state TV, he was killed in a fight that broke out during a visit to the Saudi consulate in Turkey.

  • Affordable Care Act Central To Arizona's Senate Race

    The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, is a central issue in Arizona's election for U.S. Senate. But voters' perceptions of the health care law have changed dramatically over the past eight years.

  • The Bill Clinton Question

    A nagging question looms over the past year of #MeToo: What about Bill Clinton? NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Susan Glasser of The New Yorker about how America's reaction to the Clinton scandal helped shape our political culture today.

  • Russian Investigation Update

    The Justice Department charged another Russian with interference in U.S. elections; Paul Manafort appeared in a Virginia court on Friday.

  • 'The Washington Post' Publishes Jamal Khashoggi's Last Column

    NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Fred Hiatt, editorial page editor from The Washington Post, about the publication today of what seems to be Jamal Khashoggi's final column and the Post's effort to get to the bottom of Khashoggi's disappearance.

  • What Percent Minority Can You Claim?

    For centuries, white Americans distanced themselves from any non-white ancestry they might have. Now many are claiming it--some from pride, others to claim benefits designed for minorities. What percentage minority can they claim? It's complicated.

  • Interior Department Clears Up Questions Over Inspector General Job

    The Interior Department's Inspector General, the agencies independent watchdog, may be replaced by a political appointee now at the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Ryan Zinke, Interior Secretary, is the subject of some 14 different investigations.