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NPR: Politics

Texas Students Will Soon Learn Slavery Played A Central Role In The Civil War

Texas Students Will Soon Learn Slavery Played A Central Role In The Civil War

The state's previous social studies standards listed three causes for the Civil War: sectionalism, states' rights and slavery, in that order.
Georgia's Stacey Abrams Admits Defeat, Says Kemp Used 'Deliberate' Suppression To Win

Georgia's Stacey Abrams Admits Defeat, Says Kemp Used 'Deliberate' Suppression To Win

Republican Brian Kemp will be the next governor of Georgia, with Democrat Stacey Abrams bowing out Friday afternoon. She promised a "major federal lawsuit" against the state over voting practices.

Education Department Announces New Rules For Sexual Assault Cases On College Campuses

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced new rules for how colleges handle sexual assault and harassment, saying they will fix a "failed" and "shameful" system that's unfair to accused students.

Florida Election Officials Have Until Sunday To Turn In Final Tallies In Senate Race

In Florida's close Senate race, hand recounts progressed quickly on Friday, ahead of a Sunday deadline to report official results.
Supreme Court To Weigh In On Dispute Over Census Citizenship Question Evidence

Supreme Court To Weigh In On Dispute Over Census Citizenship Question Evidence

The justices will hear arguments over whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross can be questioned under oath for the lawsuits over the controversial citizenship question he added to the 2020 census.

Stacey Abrams Concedes To Brian Kemp In Georgia's Governor Race

Stacey Abrams, Georgia's Democratic candidate for governor, conceded to Republican Brian Kemp on Friday. Kemp, Georgia's former secretary of state, will be the state's next governor.

Week In Politics: Florida's Election Recounts And New Sanctions On Saudi Arabia

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with political commentators E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post, and Ramesh Ponnuru of National Review about Florida's election recounts and new sanctions on Saudi Arabia.
#ThisIsNotConsent: Protests In Ireland After Thong Underwear Cited In Rape Trial

#ThisIsNotConsent: Protests In Ireland After Thong Underwear Cited In Rape Trial

"You have to look at the way she was dressed. She was wearing a thong with a lace front," said a defense attorney whose client was later found not guilty of rape.
'Mr. Kellyanne Conway' Dishes On President Trump

'Mr. Kellyanne Conway' Dishes On President Trump

"I don't feel comfortable being a Republican anymore," conservative attorney George Conway, who is married to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, said in a new podcast interview.
Hand Recounts Progress In Florida Senate Race

Hand Recounts Progress In Florida Senate Race

The state is tasked with hand-counting more than 50,000 ballots. Some counties finished quickly Friday morning, with official results due on Sunday. Lawsuits are still working through the courts.
Trump Says He Has Completed Written Answers For Mueller, But Not Turned Them In

Trump Says He Has Completed Written Answers For Mueller, But Not Turned Them In

The president told reporters the questions were "very routinely answered by me" and that he was able to answer them "very easily." Trump reiterated that the Russia investigation is a "hoax."
Maria Butina, Accused Of Being A Russian Agent, May Be In Talks For Plea Deal

Maria Butina, Accused Of Being A Russian Agent, May Be In Talks For Plea Deal

The Russian woman accused of trying to build bridges with Republican leaders in the United States might not go on trial if her lawyers can conclude a deal with prosecutors. Negotiations are underway.

The Latest On The Election Recounts Happening In Florida

A judge in Florida is considering whether to extend deadlines in statewide recounts, as the U.S. Senate race moved to a hand recount and some counties struggled to update their tallies on time.
Judge Rules In Favor Of CNN, Temporarily Restores Correspondent's Credential

Judge Rules In Favor Of CNN, Temporarily Restores Correspondent's Credential

The federal judge said the White House cannot revoke reporters' access without due process, as apparently happened in Jim Acosta's case. President Trump said the administration was writing up rules.

Friday News Roundup - Domestic

Midterms, Melania and Michelle and (potential) monopolies.
Education Dept. Proposes Enhanced Protection For Students Accused Of Sexual Assault

Education Dept. Proposes Enhanced Protection For Students Accused Of Sexual Assault

Among the significant changes is that schools could make it harder to prove allegations. Instead of only a "preponderance of the evidence," schools could demand "clear and convincing evidence."

Episode #1847

The Latino USA broadcast for November 16, 2018
Court Filing Suggests Prosecutors Are Preparing Charges Against Julian Assange

Court Filing Suggests Prosecutors Are Preparing Charges Against Julian Assange

The document, part of an unrelated case, notes it's important "to keep confidential the fact that Assange has been charged." The Justice Department says the WikiLeaks founder's name was used in error.

Campaigning Continues For House Democrats Who Want Leadership Roles

Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic Rep. Steny Hoyer of Maryland, current House minority whip, about the incoming Democratic majority bringing new ideas and some challenges to its leadership.

GOP's Strategy Post-Midterm Elections

The GOP has named its new leadership this week, and they are defining a new strategy in the Democratic-led House. Jonah Goldberg of the National Review weighs in on the GOP strategy in this new era.