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Escalating U.S.-Iran Tensions: Trump's Foreign Policy

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Lee Zeldin, a Republican congressman from New York, about what the week's events tells us about the president's approach to foreign policy.
Tags: New York, News, Npr, Michel Martin, Lee Zeldin


Trump Biographer Interprets President's Foreign Policy Through His Business Mind

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Donald Trump biographer Timothy O'Brien about what the president's approach to business and trade tells us about how he handles international affairs.
Tags: News, Npr, Donald Trump, Trump, Michel Martin, Timothy O Brien


50 Years Later, Looking Back At Apollo 10, Precursor To The Moon Landing

It's the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 10 mission. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with General Thomas Stafford, who led the Apollo 10 mission.
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Who Is 'Heartbeat Bill' Author Janet Porter?

NPR's Michel Martin talks to Jessica Glenza, a health reporter for The Guardian, about Janet Porter, an activist who helped write a number of anti-abortion laws, including in Alabama.
Tags: News, Npr, Michel Martin, Jessica Glenza, Janet Porter


An Aperol Spritz Defender Makes His Case

A New York Times article fired the first shots of a cocktail battle on Twitter: Is the Aperol Spritz a good drink? NPR's Michel Martin speaks to spirits manager and bartender Nick Farrell to find out.
Tags: News, New York Times, Npr, Michel Martin, Nick Farrell


Professor's Impeachment Prediction Based On 'Deep Study' Of Trump's Character, Career

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with American University professor Allan Lichtman about the prediction he made two years ago that President Trump will be impeached.
Tags: News, Npr, American University, Trump, Michel Martin, Allan Lichtman


'Amazing Grace' Musical Has Its Second Coming At Museum Of The Bible

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Gabe Barre, director of Amazing Grace: The Musical, which is currently playing at the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.
Tags: News, Washington, Npr, Michel Martin, Gabe Barre


'Code For Venezuela' Aims To Find Solutions For The Embattled Country

NPR's Michel Martin talks with Jose Montes de Oca, co-organizer of Code for Venezuela, an organization of tech workers who organize "hackathons" to help solve some of the country's problems.
Tags: News, Venezuela, Npr, Michel Martin, Jose Montes de Oca


Tariff-Driven Bicycle Markup Will Fall On U.S. Consumers

NPR's Michel Martin talks to Morgan Lommele, director of state and local policy for People for Bikes, about how the bicycle industry is being affected by President Trump's tariffs on Chinese goods.
Tags: News, Npr, Trump, Michel Martin, Morgan Lommele


'Knock Down The House,' Follows 4 Female Political Insurgents Headed To Congress

NPR's Michel Martin discusses the new Netflix documentary Knock Down the House with the director, Rachel Lears, and one of the Democratic primary candidates profiled in the film, Cori Bush.
Tags: News, Congress, Netflix, House, Npr, Michel Martin, Rachel Lears


Mueller Vs. Barr: Parsing Party Line Reactions

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Ben Domenech, founder of The Federalist, and political consultant Josh Wolf about why Democrats and Republicans have responded to the Mueller report differently.
Tags: News, Npr, Michel Martin, Mueller, Barr, Josh Wolf, Ben Domenech


Barbershop: Facebook's Purported Pivot To Privacy

NPR's Michel Martin speaks to communications professor Alice Marwick, Atlantic staff writer Taylor Lorenz, and social media strategist Sara Li about whether Facebook's changes will make a difference.
Tags: Facebook, News, Npr, Michel Martin, Taylor Lorenz, Alice Marwick Atlantic, Sara Li


Poway Mayor After Synagogue Shooting: 'We Do Whatever It Takes'

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Steve Vaus, mayor of Poway, Calif., to learn more about how the community is responding to the shooting that took place there Saturday.
Tags: News, Npr, Michel Martin, Poway, Poway Calif, Steve Vaus


Bob Vander Plaats Invites 2020 Democrats To Iowa Evangelical Forum 'To Dig Deeper'

NPR's Michel Martin talks with Bob Vander Plaats, head of The Family Leader, a conservative organization, about his decision to invite Democratic presidential candidates to speak at the group's forum.
Tags: News, Iowa, Npr, Michel Martin, Bob Vander Plaats


#NPRPoetry Month: Poet Danez Smith

NPR's Michel Martin talks Twitter poetry with Danez Smith, co-host of The Poetry Foundation's VS podcast.
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Remembering Former Sen. Richard Lugar

Former Sen. Richard Lugar has died at age 87. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dan Diller, who worked with Sen. Lugar for years. Diller is now Director of Policy at The Lugar Center.
Tags: News, Npr, Michel Martin, Diller, Richard Lugar, Dan Diller, Sen Lugar


Trump Administration Considers Transferring Immigrants to 'Sanctuary Cities'

Hogan Gidley, White House principal deputy press secretary, talks with NPR's Michel Martin about President Trump's proposal to relocate detained migrants to so-called sanctuary cities.
Tags: News, Npr, Trump, Michel Martin, Trump Administration, Hogan Gidley White House


Breaking Down The Hollywood Dispute Between Writers And Agents

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Kim Masters, editor-at-large for The Hollywood Reporter, about the ongoing dispute between writers and agents.
Tags: Hollywood, News, Npr, Kim, Michel Martin


Can Julian Assange Legally Be Extradited To The U.S.?

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with John Bellinger, former State Department legal adviser, about the possibility of Julian Assange being extradited to the United States.
Tags: News, Npr, State Department, Julian Assange, Michel Martin, John Bellinger


Understanding Changes To The Tax Code

Kay Bell, a writer for the Don't Mess With Taxes blog, talks with NPR's Michel Martin about changes in the tax code this year.
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#NPRPoetry Month: Lauren Alleyne

It's National Poetry Month, and for our series #NPRPoetry, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with poet Lauren Alleyne. Alleyne combed Twitter for her favorite original poems.
Tags: News, Npr, Michel Martin, Lauren Alleyne, Lauren Alleyne Alleyne


Texas Congressman Reacts To Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen's Resignation

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Congressman Joaquin Castro about the resignation of Kirstjen Nielsen, the director of the Department of Homeland Security.
Tags: News, Homeland Security, Npr, Nielsen, Michel Martin, Joaquin Castro, Kirstjen Nielsen


Texas Congressman Will Hurd Reacts To Nielsen Resignation

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Congressman Will Hurd who represents the 23rd district of Texas.
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#NPRPoetry Month: Richard Blanco Reads Your Twitter Poems

For National Poetry Month, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with poet Richard Blanco about his latest work and his favorite listener-submitted poems.
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New Mexico Congresswoman Concerned That Border Patrol 'Is Not Quickly Adapting'

Democratic Congresswoman Xochitl Torres Small, from New Mexico's 2nd District, tells NPR's Michel Martin how she thinks the government should address border security.
Tags: News, Npr, New Mexico, Michel Martin, Xochitl Torres


Louisiana Looks For Answers After Fires Destroy 3 Historically Black Churches

Three predominantly black churches burned in Louisiana's St. Landry Parish in the span of 10 days. NPR's Michel Martin gets an update from reporter Katie Gagliano of The Acadiana Advocate.
Tags: News, Npr, Louisiana, Michel Martin, St Landry Parish, Louisiana Looks For Answers After Fires Destroy, Katie Gagliano


Fantasy Collides With African Culture In Blitz The Ambassador's 'Burial Of Kojo'

The new Netflix movie, "The Burial of Kojo," is a fantasy film confronting illegal mining in Ghana. NPR's Michel Martin talks with the film's director about the project.(Image credit: Ofoe Amegavie/Ofoe Amegavie)
Tags: News, Netflix, Npr, Ghana, Michel Martin, Kojo


Republican Party Official Reacts To Mueller Conclusions

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Harmeet Dhillon, committeewoman for California's Republican National Committee, to get her reaction to the principal conclusions of Robert Mueller's investigation.
Tags: News, California, Npr, Republican Party, Republican National Committee, Michel Martin, Robert Mueller, Harmeet Dhillon


GOP Rep. Chris Stewart Reacts To Conclusion Of Mueller Report

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Congressman Chris Stewart of Utah.
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Democratic Lawmaker Reacts To Letter Summarizing Mueller Report

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Congressman Joaquin Castro of the House Intelligence Committee about the latest news on the Mueller report.
Tags: News, Npr, House Intelligence Committee, Michel Martin, Mueller, Joaquin Castro