LA Real Estate Listing Is The Most Expensive In The Country The house in Los Angeles has 12 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, a bowling alley, fully stocked wine cellar and a helicopter. The asking price is $250 million.
Japan's High-Tech Toilets Cause Confusion For Tourists The toilets perform many functions and tourists didn't know which button did what. That problem will now go down the drain. Manufacturers have been told to use a standard set of symbols.
Number Of Democrats Boycotting Trump Inauguration Grows More than 60 House Democrats say they won't go to the inauguration. Rachel Martin talks to Rep. Yvette Clarke, who represents New York's 9th District, about her decision not to attend.
Sen. Moran Weighs In On Confirmation Hearing For Commerce Secretary Nominee Wilbur Ross reiterated in the hearing that renegotiating NAFTA is a top priority of the Trump administration. David Greene talks to GOP Sen. Jerry Moran of Kansas about Ross's nomination.
Ex-CIA Chief Woolsey Voices Concern About Chelsea Manning's Commutation Following President Obama's decision to commute Manning's sentence, many in the military and intelligence communities expressed reservations. Rachel Martin talks to former CIA Director James Woolsey,
Why Being Bored Isn't Necessarily A Bad Thing In her book, <em>How to Be Bored</em>, Eva Hoffman says we should embrace those moments when we'd otherwise be looking for stimulation. Her book is part of a self-help series called The School Of Life.
Trump's Labor Secretary Nominee Faces Critics On Both Sides Of The Aisle Andrew Puzder, CEO of the Carl's Jr. and Hardee's franchises, has been outspoken about labor policies. He now faces critics from the left and right in his bid to become the next labor secretary.
Ohio Voter Is Politically Active; Native Americans To Meet With Trump Officials During our Divided States follow-up, we hear from Trump supporter Linda Caudill, a retired Ohio businesswoman, and Bernie Sanders supporter Majerle Lister, a member of the Navajo Nation from Arizona.
Obama Opened The Way For Cynical Demagogue, Conservative Analyst Says Steve Inskeep talks to Peter Wehner of the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Wehner says the president failed on his promise to end the politics of division, which paved the way for Trump's election.