An in-depth roundup of the latest news, along with reports, analysis, and commentaries from NPR and Capital Public Radio News. Hosted locally by Donna Apidone with statewide and regional news anchored by Steve Milne.
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Bank Of America Settles Mortgage Case For $16.65 Billion
The bank agreed to pay a record amount to the U.S. government to avoid prosecution for its fraudulent sale of toxic mortgage-backed securities to investors in the lead-up to the financial crisis.
Hamas Senior Leaders Killed In Predawn Israeli Airstrike
The militant group says three military leaders were killed in the strike in the Gaza Strip. Also, a Hamas official appeared to confirm its involvement in the killings that sparked the latest conflict.
George Bush Challenges Bill Clinton To Ice Bucket Challenge
Former President George W. Bush declined the ice water and was going to write a check to the ALS charity. But instead, former first lady Laura Bush doused him. Bush then challenged Clinton.
Oslo Police Arrest Intoxicated Segway Driver
The incident comes a little over a month after the country's officials lifted a ban on the stand up motor device.
As Ukraine Presses Military Offensive, The Facts Are Fuzzy
Ukraine's army has been gaining ground against pro-Russian separatists. But details are difficult to pin down. They are now trading accusations over an alleged attack against a civilian convoy.
Other Hostages Are In Danger, White House Official Says
Kelly McEvers talks to Ben Rhodes, President Obama's deputy national security adviser, about White House foreign policy following the brutal killing of an American journalist by Islamist militants.
Female Pitcher Mo'Ne Davis Is A Hit At Little League World Series
Mo'ne Davis has dazzled at this year's World Series. The 13-year-old pitching sensation is already throwing in the 70s, as in miles per hour. Some believe she could be an elite pitcher.
Why Civil Resistance Movements Succeed
Steve Inskeep talks to Erica Chenoweth and Maria Stephan about why non-violent resistance campaigns work better than armed rebellion. Their article on the subject is in Foreign Affairs magazine.
Fellow Photojournalist Nicole Tung Remembers James Foley
Freelance photojournalist Nicole Tung worked and traveled with James Foley. She talks to Kelly McEvers about the slain photojournalist and his work.
Foley's Murder By Islamist Militants Shocks World's Conscience, Obama Says
President Obama says the civilized world is appalled by the tactics of those who killed journalist James Foley, and he urged people in the Middle East to resist the group's "bankrupt ideology."