With The Senate's Health Care Vote Delayed, What's Next For Democrats? Do Democrats want to work with Republicans to make the health bill better? Rachel Martin talks to Tom Perez, chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
Cardinal George Pell: Sexual Abuse Charges Against Me Are False Cardinal Pell, a key adviser to Pope Francis, has been ordered to appear in a Melbourne court next month. Steve Inskeep talks to John Allen, editor of <em>Crux</em>, which focuses on the Catholic Church.
In China, People Are Increasingly Paying For Things With Their Cellphones By one estimate, the Chinese spent $5.5 trillion through mobile payment platforms last year, about 50 times the amount in the U.S.
Only Student In Canadian Class Named Valedictorian The rural school in Nova Scotia only has one student in the graduating class, Jordan Macgillivary. Despite the class size, the school will still hold a graduation ceremony.
'Sea Pickles' Wash Ashore In Pacific Northwest Unicorns of the sea or sea pickles. Whatever you call them, pyrosomes are suddenly making life hard on the Pacific coast of the U.S. and Canada. Rachel Martin and Steve Inskeep explain.
GOP Health Plan Vote Delayed, But Sen. Rounds Will Vote 'Yes' The Senate leadership is intent on overhauling the Affordable Care Act. Steve Inskeep talks to Republican Sen. Mike Rounds of South Dakota about why he supports the health care legislation.
Paddington Bear Creator Michael Bond Dies At 91 Michael Bond, the creator of the children's <em>Paddington Bear</em> book series, died at his home on Tuesday following a short illness. He was 91. Steve Inskeep and Rachel Martin have this remembrance.
Political Controversies Divide GOP Voters In Texas And The FBI As President Trump lashes out the FBI, GOP voters' attitudes toward the FBI appear to be growing more negative. A poll shows 35 percent of Texas' GOP voters have an unfavorable view of the agency.
Trump's Travel Ban Is Set To Take Effect On Thursday The administration is expected to issue guidance on how it plans to implement the ban. The Supreme Court partially lifted an injunction until it can hear arguments about its legality in the fall.