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NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Roz Wyman, an 86-year-old Hillary Clinton supporter from California. She was the youngest person to ever be elected to the Los Angeles City Council and has dedicated her life to electing women to office.
For the first time in a quarter century, the United States is abstaining on a United Nations vote calling for an end to the embargo on Cuba. This comes nearly two years after President Obama and Raul Castro announced a warming of relations between the two nations.
Democrats need a wave election to win the 30 seats they need to flip the House. But even with Hillary Clinton gaining in polls, Republicans are likely to hold onto their House majority, albeit a slimmer one.
Megyn Kelly's unexpected clash with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich illuminates why Trump's poll numbers are crashing. On Tuesday night, Gingrich attempted to lecture Kelly on her fascination with sex and scandal.
The average price for health insurance policies under the Affordable Care Act will rise by 22 percent next year, though the costs to individual consumers will still vary. A California woman reacts to the new prices and considers her options.
Before Hillary Clinton even officially announced her candidacy for president, she was answering questions about the private email server she used as secretary of state. That controversy is back in the spotlight with a new WikiLeaks release.