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Mueller Report Summary: Russia Tried To Influence 2016 Election

David Greene talks to Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose about how he can assure voters that future elections will be secure and protected from foreign interference.
Tags: News, Russia, Ohio, David Greene, Frank LaRose

Sen. Blumenthal Wants Transparency Following Mueller Report

David Greene talks to Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut, who demands full disclosure following the end of special counsel Mueller's probe. NPR's Susan Davis weighs in on the topic.
Tags: News, Connecticut, Npr, Richard Blumenthal, Susan Davis, David Greene, Mueller

Mueller Report Is Out. Time For Republicans And Democrats To Comment

David Greene talks to conservative radio talk show host Chris Buskirk and Democratic strategist Maria Cardona about what's next for both parties, now that the Mueller report has been released.
Tags: News, David Greene, Mueller, Maria Cardona, Chris Buskirk

Supreme Court To Hear Curtis Flowers Case After Podcast Investigation

The court will hear the case of a black man on death row in Mississippi who's been tried six times for the same crime. David Greene talks to Madeleine Baran, host of the podcast: In the Dark.
Tags: News, Mississippi, Supreme Court, David Greene, Madeleine Baran

Suspected Gunman In Mosque Attacks Appears To Have Been Inspired By U.S. Extremists

NPR's David Greene talks to NBC reporter Ben Collins, who studies the radical web, about how the Internet can radicalize people and how social media can be weaponized.
Tags: News, Nbc, Npr, Ben Collins, David Greene

Gunman In Mosque Attacks Appears To Have Had Radical History On The Internet

NPR's David Greene talks to NBC reporter Ben Collins, who studies the radical web, about how the Internet can radicalize people and how social media can be weaponized.
Tags: News, Nbc, Npr, Ben Collins, David Greene

New Zealand's Ambassador To The U.S.: 'This Is Indeed A Deeply Sad Time For Us'

NPR's David Greene speaks with Rosemary Banks, New Zealand's ambassador-designate to the U.S. about the shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Tags: News, New Zealand, Npr, David Greene, Rosemary Banks New Zealand

Attack In New Zealand Appears To Be Motivated By White Supremacy

David Greene talks to Jonathan Greenblatt, the director of the Anti-Defamation League, which fights bigotry, about the attack at two mosques in New Zealand, which killed at least 49 people.
Tags: News, New Zealand, White Supremacy, Anti Defamation League, David Greene, Jonathan Greenblatt

Congress Blocks Trump's Order To Build A Wall. He Promises A Veto

David Greene talks to White House spokesman Adam Kennedy about what next steps President Trump will take after Congress overturned his national emergency declaration.
Tags: News, Congress, White House, Trump, David Greene, Adam Kennedy, Congress Blocks Trump

New Zealand Reels After Mass Shootings At 2 Mosques

David Greene talks to Nadia Tolich, a journalist with the radio network NewsTalk ZB in Auckland, about the attack that killed 49 people. The prime minister described it as a "terrorist attack."
Tags: News, Auckland, David Greene, Newstalk ZB, Nadia Tolich

Reputed Gambino Crime Family Boss, Frank Cali, Is Killed In N.Y. Attack

Francesco "Frank" Cali was shot to death outside his Staten Island home Wednesday night. David Greene talks to author and organized crime expert George Anastasia.
Tags: News, Staten Island, David Greene, Francesco Frank Cali

Reputed Gambino Crime Family Boss, Fank Cali, Is Killed In N.Y. Attack

Francesco Cali, reputed leader of the Gambino crime family, was shot to death outside his Staten Island home Wednesday. David Greene talks to author and organized crime expert George Anastasia.
Tags: News, Staten Island, David Greene, Francesco Cali

Boeing 737 Max Crashes 'Linked' By Satellite Track Data, FAA Says

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: The Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency order grounding all Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on March 13, citing new data that showed a possible link between the March 10 crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight and the crash of a Lion Air flight off the coast of Indonesia last October. In an interview with NPR's David Greene this morning, acting FAA Director Dan Ewell said that "newly refined satellite data" from a flight telemetry syst...
Tags: Europe, Indonesia, US, Tech, Npr, Faa, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, Malaysian Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Lion Air, David Greene, Dan Ewell, Aircraft Communications Addressing

FAA Acting Head Dan Elwell On Boeing Decision

NPR's David Greene speaks with Dan Elwell, acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, about the decision to ground all Boeing 737 Max aircraft.
Tags: News, Npr, Faa, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, David Greene, Dan Elwell, Boeing Decision

Pentagon To Implement Restrictions On Transgender Recruits

Starting next month, the Pentagon will allow recruits to enlist only as the gender given to them at birth. David Greene speaks with Army Capt. Alivia Stehlik about her transition and the new policy.
Tags: News, Army, Pentagon, David Greene, Capt Alivia Stehlik

College Bribery Scandal Exposes Flaws In Admissions System

Alia Wong, staff writer at The Atlantic, talks to NPR's David Greene about the legal ways that wealthy parents have essentially tried to buy their kids' way into selective schools.
Tags: News, Atlantic, Npr, David Greene, Alia Wong

College Admissions System Must Be Examined Post Scandal, Niles Says

David Greene talks to Stefanie Niles, vice president for enrollment and communications at Ohio Wesleyan University, about pressures of getting into college after an admissions scandal was made public.
Tags: News, David Greene, Ohio Wesleyan University, Stefanie Niles

Over The Decades, Congress Has Used Its Subpoena Power Many Times

David Greene talks to columnist and commentator Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of congressional subpoenas.
Tags: News, David Greene, Cokie Roberts, Subpoena Power Many Times

Westbrook-Fan Incident May Spur NBA To Do More To Shield Players

David Greene talks to William C. Rhoden, who writes for ESPN's website The Undefeated, about how some basketball fans abuse players, and whether greater protections need to be put in place.
Tags: News, Espn, Westbrook, David Greene, William C Rhoden

'The Ringer' Picks The Single Best Day To Be Online

David Greene talks to Victor Luckerson, staff writer with the sports and pop culture website The Ringer, about some great days on the Internet that brought people together.
Tags: News, David Greene, Victor Luckerson

Ex-Military Leaders Bemoan Trump's Proposed Cuts To Diplomacy

David Greene talks to retired Admiral James Stavridis about President Trump's proposed budget which adds billions to defense spending, but takes away billions from diplomacy and development.
Tags: News, Trump, David Greene, James Stavridis, Bemoan Trump

Should You Be Worried If You're Flying On A Boeing 737 Max 8?

David Greene talks to David Soucie, a former FAA flight accident inspector, about the Boeing 737 MAX 8, the aircraft involved in the fatal crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 on Sunday.
Tags: News, Faa, Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines, David Greene, David Soucie

Why Many Americans Are Drawn To The Gig Economy

David Greene talks to sociologist Alexandra Ravenelle about her book "Hustle and Gig: Struggling and Surviving in the Sharing Economy," which examines how companies treat their frontline workers.
Tags: News, David Greene, Alexandra Ravenelle

None Of Our Questions Went Unanswered, Chairman Schiff Says

David Greene talks to Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff about testimony by Michael Cohen's, Trump's former attorney, before the House Intelligence Committee. NPR's Mara Liasson weighs in on the topic.
Tags: News, Trump, Michael Cohen, David Greene, Adam Schiff, Schiff, Mara Liasson, House Intelligence Committee NPR

Sen. McSally Says She Too Is A Military Sexual Assault Survivor

David Greene talks to Claudia Grisales of Stars and Stripes about Sen. Martha McSally, who told a Senate Armed Services subcommittee, that while in the Air Force she was raped by a superior officer.
Tags: News, Air Force, David Greene, Senate Armed Services, Sen Martha McSally, Claudia Grisales

North Korea Reassembles Rocket Test Site, Satellite Images Show

David Greene talks to Joel Wit, an ex-State Department official who now directs 38 North, a website reporting on North Korea, about images that show the country is rebuilding a rocket test site.
Tags: News, North Korea, State Department, David Greene, Joel Wit

Rep. Tom Reed On Congress' Role In Emergency Declarations

David Greene talks to GOP Rep. Tom Reed of New York, who supported President Trump's national emergency declaration. He introduced a bill to give Congress more power in future emergency declarations.
Tags: New York, News, Congress, Gop, Trump, David Greene, Tom Reed

Sacramento's Use-Of-Force Policy Is Very Weak, Black Lives Matter Says

David Greene talks to Tanya Faison, head of Sacramento's Black Lives Matter chapter, after the district attorney there said no charges would be filed against police involved in Stephon Clark's death.
Tags: News, Sacramento, David Greene, Stephon Clark, Tanya Faison, Sacramento s Black Lives Matter

Supporters Greet Opposition Leader As He Returns To Venezuela

David Greene talks to Scott Smith of The Associated Press about Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaidó, who returned to Caracas Monday, risking arrest to challenge President Nicolás Maduro.
Tags: News, Venezuela, Associated Press, Caracas, David Greene, SCOTT SMITH, Juan Guaido

State Rep. Gray Tours Tornado-Wrecked Area By Helicopter

David Greene talks to Alabama state Rep. Jeremy Gray about the devastating tornadoes that hit the state over the weekend. At least 23 deaths have been attributed to the storms.
Tags: News, Alabama, David Greene, Jeremy Gray