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.
With 'Formation,' Beyoncé Lights Up The Internet. Here's What People Are Saying The singer's new music video quickly drew commentary of all kinds — on its references to being black in America, Hurricane Katrina and Black Lives Matter.
The Voices Of New Hampshire Voters, As They Prepare To Head To Polls New Hampshire voters are about to vote, but many aren't so certain about their choices. New Hampshire Public Radio's Jack Rodolico heard from residents in a blue-collar town.
After North Korea's Rocket Launch, U.S. And Allies Eye Missile Defense Former White House national foreign policy adviser Victor Cha explains what's at stake as South Korea and the U.S. move forward on talks to install a missile defense system on the Korean peninsula.
This Year, Anger Is All The Rage In Politics. Why? It seems that anger is all the rage in this year's election. In a commentary, NPR's Michel Martin reflects on anger as a habit, a practice and a choice.
Nearing 25 Years Old, Teach For America Reflects On Its Work Teach for America turns 25 years old this year. CEO Elisa Villanueva Beard reflects on the group's progress and challenges in changing American education.
What Does It Mean When A Candidate Says He's 'Suspending The Campaign'? For this week's Words You'll Hear series, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former presidential speechwriter Matt Latimer about the phrase — and other words we might hear from candidates soon.
Boeing Can Sell Planes To Iran, But Does Iran Want Them? The lifting of sanctions allows Boeing to sell planes to Iran. But Iran, which still flies Boeing planes bought before the 1979 revolution, just announced a major deal with Airbus.
A Year On, Did NFL Anti-Domestic Violence Efforts Work? After a tumultuous season, the NFL condemned domestic violence in its ranks, and put a spotlight on the issue during the last Super Bowl. A year later, it's unclear whether that has made a difference.