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- President Trump's First 100 Days, In Photos
As President Donald Trump crosses the 100-day marker this weekend, photographer Gabriella Demczuk explores some of the major events that have transpired in the White House and on Capitol Hill.
- The Los Angeles Riots, Race And Journalism
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with reporter Amy Alexander about covering the LA riots, and Errin Whack of The Associated Press about how the media covers race now and what's changed in 25 years.
- Reporters Gather For White House Correspondents' Dinner
President Trump was the first president in 36 years to skip the White House correspondents' dinner, but the show went on without him.
- Thousands March In D.C. To Protest Trump Climate Policies
Thousands of marchers converged in Washington, D.C. for what organizers called the People's Climate March, stopping in front of the White House to boo and yell "shame!"
- The Call-In: Your Stories About Veterans Affairs
This week's Call-In is about the Department of Veterans Affairs: stories from veterans about getting health care and ideas for reforming the whole agency.
- What We Learned About The Mood Of Trump's Tweets
How angry or happy were President Trump's tweets during his first 100 days? This last week was not a particularly positive one, according to a sentiment analysis.
- Alaska Guessing Game Provides Climate Change Record
Months behind the rest of the country, spring is advancing across Alaska. And a contest that has residents guess the date of river ice breakup is showing a trend toward earlier and earlier melt.
- A Trauma Nurse Reflects On 'Compassion Fatigue'
Years of treating grievously injured people starts to wear on a person. a trauma nurse in Minneapolis says. She explores "compassion fatigue" in a semi-autobiographical poem.
- Being A Guinea Pig For Science Can Be A Long, Slow Slog
Brandie Jefferson volunteered for a clinical trial to see if intermittent fasting can help treat multiple sclerosis. Five months in, she realizes that this study won't answer that question.
- Dozens Hospitalized, Several Killed As Tornadoes Hit East Texas
Pictures show destroyed buildings and flipped cars after a tornado hit the small east Texas city of Canton. The National Weather Service reported multiple tornadoes Saturday in northeast Texas.
- Trump Holds Rally In Pennsylvania As Journalists Gather At Annual D.C. Dinner
On his 100th day in office, President Trump opted to hold a "Make America Great Again" rally instead of attending the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner in Washington.
- Journalists Reflect On What They've Learned During Trump's First 100 Days
NPR's Mara Liasson and <em>The Washington Post's</em> Robert Costa speak about covering the Trump administration during President Trump's first 100 days.
- Washington Attorney General Says Travel Ban Will Probably Go To SCOTUS
The state of Washington's Attorney General Bob Ferguson played a part in President Trump's first travel ban being blocked. He now talks about the first 100 days in office and Trump's travel ban.
- Ambassador Says, So Far, Trump Administration Is A 'Reassertion Of America Power'
Ambassador Dennis Ross of the Washington Institute discusses the Trump administration's foreign policy in the first 100 days and how it compares to previous presidents.
- The Democrats First 100 Days During The Trump Administration
Chris Van Hollen, U.S. Senator from Maryland talks about the future of the Democratic party, and what they've done during the first 100 Days of the Trump administration as Washington's minority party.