Today in the city Georgetown 12.12.2017
Over 1 million children and pregnant women are on the brink of losing health insurance

If Congress doesn't reauthorize funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), at least 1.2 million children could lose healthcare coverage. A handful of states are expected to run out of...


8 head-scratching things Roy Moore has said about slavery, evolution, and more

Roy Moore's campaign for a Senate seat in Alabama seemed to rebound to some degree this week, despite multiple allegations from women who said he pursued varying levels of sexual contact with them whe...


Trump could be forced to testify on sexual-harassment allegations — and if he lies he could be impeached

Summer Zervos, who accused Trump of sexually harassing her in 2007, is suing him for defamation because he called her and other accusers liars. Trump's lawyers will argue in a New York court on Tuesd...


We need an agenda for new laws to prevent sexual harassment | Sharon Block and Terri Gerstein

The current flurry of revelations about sexual harassment shows that public shaming may reform behavior but the law, as is, won’t. That must changeWe can all imagine the legion of politicians, media e...


5 Money Diaries: A Week In The U.S. On $40,000+ Salaries

Welcome to Money Diaries, where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day perio...


There’s a huge difference between Janet Yellen and Trump’s pick to succeed her — and it helps explain how he landed the job

Fed nominee Jerome Powell  appears to favor lighter-touch regulation of the financial sector. This probably endearing him to Donald Trump, who ran for president with chants of repealing the post-...


How The Dodd-Frank Act Plays Into The CFPB Succession Debate

As the showdown over the leadership of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau continues, NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Georgetown University law professor Adam Levitin about what the law says about...


Research Finds Racial Disparities In Prison Sentences

Georgetown law professor Paul Butler talks with NPR's Scott Simon about racial disparity in federal sentencing. The average sentence is nearly 20 percent longer for black men than white men.


Dyson: Trump ‘Rises Every Morning’ ‘To Excrete the Feces of His Moral Depravity’

On Wednesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” Georgetown Professor and author Michael Eric Dyson stated President Trump wakes up every morning “excrete the feces of his m...


MGM's Mandalay Bay is in crisis as hundreds of Las Vegas shooting victims accuse the hotel of missing red flags

Hundreds of victims of the Las Vegas shooting are filing lawsuits against the operator of the hotel where the shooter was staying.  The lawsuits argue that the hotel and its parent comp...


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