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- Fact Check: Trump's Speech On The Economy, Annotated
The NPR Politics team looks at Donald Trump's claims about globalization and trade.
- Obama: Trump Hasn't Captured 'Zeitgeist Of The Country'
Donald Trump may have clinched the GOP nomination, but President Obama says Trump's record low favorability ratings show that he hasn't won over the hearts and minds of the country just yet.
- Legendary Tennessee Women's Basketball Coach Pat Summitt Dies At 64
Former Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt has died. She is the winningest coach in NCAA history and one of the key figures in the growth of the women's game.
- Obama Casts Doubt On Donald Trump's Chances In General Election
President Obama reflects on the 2016 presidential election, in a preview of an upcoming NPR documentary on his presidency.
- Volkswagen Dealer Reacts To Emissions Scandal Settlement
NPR's Robert Siegel talks to Matt Welch, a Volkswagen dealer in Auburn, Washington, after the company announced a settlement related to its emissions scandal.
- Call Logs Reveal New Details From Orlando Shooting
The city of Orlando released hundreds of pages from police and fire communications the day of the nightclub shootings that killed 49 people and injured more than 50 others.
- Donald Trump Campaigns In Battleground States
Donald Trump is campaigning in the battleground states of Pennsylvania and Ohio this week, delivering a policy speech and holding a rally.
- Volkswagen Reaches $14.7 Billion Settlement In Emissions Cheating Scheme
Volkswagen agreed to pay up to $14.7 billion to settle major claims in the U.S. against the company over its emissions cheating scheme.
- Supreme Court Concludes Session With Decision On Texas Abortion Law
NPR's Robert Siegel talks with NPR's Nina Totenberg and Tom Goldstein of SCOTUSblog about all the happenings this past session and the lack of a ninth justice on the court.
- 'The Innocent Have Nothing To Fear' Echoes Real-Life Republican Race
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Stuart Stevens, a former strategist for Mitt Romney, whose new novel, <em>The Innocent Have Nothing to Fear</em>, tells the story of a neck-and-neck Republican primary campaign that ends up at a brokered convention.
- Select Committee On Benghazi Releases Final Report
The Select Committee on Benghazi released its findings Tuesday about the deadly 2012 attack with critical words for the Obama administration's failure to heed security warnings.
- West Virginians Turn To Federal Government For Help After Devastating Floods
In West Virginia, residents are beginning to clean up after record floods destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses and killed at least 23 people.
- FACT CHECK: Clinton's Speech On The Economy, Annotated
NPR's politics team has annotated Hillary Clinton's Monday speech, in which she spoke about student debt, unions and tax rates.
- New York, Colorado Hold Key Primaries In Fight For House And Senate
Democrats hope to contest as many as four congressional seats in the Empire State, a place that could prove critical to whether they're able to flip the 30 they need to win back the House.
- Newly Released Call Logs Reveal Chaos Inside Pulse Nightclub
Victims called 911 as they heard and saw Omar Mateen shooting inside. The newly released records show Mateen holed up in the bathroom shortly after he started firing. Dispatchers counted the gunshots.