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NPR: Politics

Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance Weighs In On Michael Cohen's Guilty Plea

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks to former U.S. attorney Joyce Vance about the verdict in the Paul Manafort trial and the guilty plea entered in court Tuesday by President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen.

Former Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski Reacts To Manafort Verdict

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with President Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski about the verdict in Paul Manafort's trial and Michael Cohen's guilty plea.

Michael Avenatti Responds To Guilty Plea From Trump's Former Attorney Michael Cohen

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Michael Avenatti, the lawyer representing Stormy Daniels, about Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney, saying he paid money to women who Trump allegedly had

Rep. Chris Stewart, Of The House Intelligence Committee, Discusses Manafort Verdict

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks to Rep. Chris Stewart, R-Utah, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, about his reaction to the verdict in the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

Former U.S. Attorney Responds To Manafort Verdict And Cohen's Plea Deal

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with former U.S. attorney and University of Michigan law professor Barbara McQuade about Michael Cohen's plea deal and the verdict in Paul Manafort's trial.
Facebook Shuts 652 Iran-Backed Accounts Linked In Global Disinformation Campaign

Facebook Shuts 652 Iran-Backed Accounts Linked In Global Disinformation Campaign

The company says a network of accounts, pages and groups "originated in Iran and targeted people across multiple internet services in the Middle East, Latin America, UK and US."
Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter Indicted On Charges Of Misusing Campaign Money

Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter Indicted On Charges Of Misusing Campaign Money

A 48-page indictment detailing how Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., and his wife diverted campaign money for family trips and household expenses was released by the Department of Justice on Tuesday.

Jury In Manafort Trial Reaches Verdict On 8 Charges, Judge Declares Mistrial On Others

The jury in the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort found him guilty on eight counts of bank and tax fraud. Judge T.S. Ellis III declared a mistrial on the other 10 counts.

Criminal Defense Attorney Solomon Wisenberg Discusses Manafort Verdict

NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with defense attorney Solomon Wisenberg about the verdict in the trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort.

Trump's Former Lawyer Michael Cohen Reaches Plea Deal With Federal Authorities

President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen reached a plea deal with federal authorities. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to WNYC reporter Andrea Bernstein, who was in the courtroom in New York.

Microsoft Says It Discovered — And Stopped — Attempted Cyberattack Tied To Russia

Microsoft says it identified Russian cyberattacks targeting anti-Kremlin groups in the United States and also simulating U.S. Senate websites. The discovery comports with earlier warnings by

Jury Finds Paul Manafort Guilty On 8 Of 18 Charges

A federal jury on Tuesday found Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, guilty on eight of the 18 charges he faced in his tax and bank fraud trial. Judge T.S. Ellis III declared a

Trump Administration Proposes New Plan To Regulate Carbon Emissions From Coal

The Environmental Protection Agency proposed a new rule on Tuesday, giving states more authority to regulate carbon emissions from coal fired power plants. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Dan Lashof of

Congressman Adam Schiff Reacts To Manafort Verdict And Cohen's Guilty Plea

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, about the plea deal by President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen. and the guilty
Collins Says Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh Called Roe v. Wade 'Settled Law'

Collins Says Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh Called Roe v. Wade 'Settled Law'

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh met Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, a swing vote in his confirmation, who said their more than two hour session covered abortion, executive power and other issues.

British Foreign Secretary Calls For U.S. And Europe To Unite In Response To Russia

The U.K. accuses Moscow of poisoning a former Russian spy in Britain using a nerve agent and wants others to step up sanctions in response.

Republican Lawmakers Clash With Trump Over Spending Bill

Congressional Republicans are negotiating bipartisan deals on legislation to fund the government ahead of the midterms. But their message clashes with President Trump, who has threatened a shutdown.

Trump's Former Attorney Pleading Guilty To Tax Fraud And Other Charges

President Trump's former attorney has told a federal judge in Manhattan that he intends to enter a guilty plea. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with University of Texas law professor Stephen Vladeck about

Pentagon Officials Say They're Concerned About Drop In Admissions Of Iraqi Refugees

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Reuters reporter Yeganeh Torbati about concerns of military officials about the drop in admissions of Iraqi refugees to the U.S., saying it will discourage locals from

What's Changed In Afghanistan Since President Trump Decided To Stay

A year ago, President Trump said his original instinct was to pull out of Afghanistan. But he chose to stay. NPR looks at what's changed since then in Afghanistan — and what hasn't.