Anti-Islam Dutch Politician Found Guilty Of Inciting Discrimination Rachel Martin speaks with journalist Saskia Belleman about the trial of Geert Wilders, an outspoken critic of Europe's immigration policies who has a familiar slogan: Make the Netherlands Great Again.
One Small Company Finds A Solution To Employee Burnout Many companies find workplace burnout tough to tackle. But a call center in Chicago says it's found a way to keep morale up and employee turnover down.
Fears Of Genocide In The World's Newest Nation There are fears of a genocide in South Sudan, a country just five years old. Activists say the world is ignoring the crisis as the United Nations and the U.S. go through leadership transitions.
Trump Chooses Retired General John Kelly As Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, the former head of Homeland Security, discusses the man Donald Trump has tapped to lead the department, retired general John Kelly.
This Time Of Year, There's Plenty To See At The Movies Hollywood studios tend to release their prestige films at the end of the years, and several movies are especially notable, according to film critic Kenneth Turan.
Pitching In At The Pipeline Protest At a home near the Dakota Access Pipeline, one woman can't join the demonstration because of her young children. But she's participating by offering shelter to visitors, including an NPR reporter.
As Syrian Government Forces Advance; Remaining Aleppo Residents Plead For Help As the forces aligned with the Syrian government move deeper into rebel areas in the city of Aleppo, residents there and the international community call for help and a ceasefire.
New U.S. Ambassador To Beijing Is An Old Friend Of China's President Christopher Hill, a former U.S. ambassador to Iraq and South Korea, talks about President-elect Donald Trump's choice for ambassador to China, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad.