President Obama Addresses the Nation on Immigration President Obama will address the nation tonight at 5pm from the White House to unveil executive actions on immigration. KCRW will carry live anchored special coverage hosted by NPR's Melissa Block that will include the President's speech and analysis.
GOP Sen. Susan Collins Plans To Oppose Senate Health Bill After CBO Report The Congressional Budget Office said Monday 22 million more people would be uninsured over the next decade under the Senate health care bill. Maine Sen. Collins later said she would oppose the bill.
GOP Sen. Susan Collins Firmly Opposes Senate Health Care Bill Sen. Collins says she wants to reform flaws in the Affordable Care Act. This comes after the Congressional Budget Office said the Senate bill would leave 22 million more people uninsured by 2026.
Tituss Burgess Says He Plays The Most 'Everyman' Character On 'Kimmy Schmidt' Titus Andromedon "doesn't have money to pay the rent; he can't keep a job; he gets racially profiled," Burgess says. "I mean, so what that he ... wears women's clothes?"
Every Senior Applied To College At This Washington, D.C., High School For the first time, every single Ballou High School senior applied and was accepted to college. NPR takes a look at what's next for the low-income high school in southeast Washington, D.C.
In Texas, Opponents Rally Against Senate Republican Health Care Bill Despite its politicians' positions, many people who live in Texas' rural hill country came out this weekend in support of the existing health care law. But some near the gathering support Obamacare repeal.
Supreme Court Sides With Religious School In Church-State Case The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Missouri church that had sought a state grant to resurface the playground at its preschool. The lower court had ruled that the funding violated the Constitutional separation of church and state. In Monday's decision, the court said that states can't deny public benefits to religious institutions that are otherwise qualified.
Turkish Police Crack Down On Istanbul Pride Events Turkish police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at dozens of LGBT activists, who had gathered to hold a gay pride parade in defiance of an official ban from local authorities. This is the third year in a row that gay pride events were banned. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Laura Ozlen, one of the organizers of the march in Istanbul.
London Police Evacuate Thousands From Buildings With Flammable Cladding After the tragic fire in Grenfell Tower, London authorities have evacuated thousands of residents from dozens of apartment buildings with similar flammable cladding.
Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio Faces Trial On Criminal Contempt Charges Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio goes on trial Monday on charges of criminal contempt for allegedly ignoring a federal judge's order to stop his crackdown on immigrants in the country illegally.
Supreme Court Reinstates Part Of Trump's Travel Ban, Agrees To Hear Case The Supreme Court on Monday let a portion of President Trump's travel ban take effect and agreed to hear arguments about all the elements of the ban when the court reconvenes in October.