The federal consumer watchdog acency has two acting directors — one appointed by President Trump, one appointed by outgoing Director Richard Cordray. Both say they have the law on their side. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former Rep. Barney Frank, whose namesake law, the Dodd-Frank Act, created the agency.
Alabama's Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore has denied allegations of sexual misconduct, but some in his party can't get behind him. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with former Jeb Bush spokesman and GOP strategist Tim Miller about why he's supporting Moore's opponent.
At least 305 people died in an attack on a Sufi mosque in the northern Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Al Jazeera's Washington bureau chief Abderrahim Foukara about the attack on civilians.
To talk about the recent round of sexual harassment allegations, NPR's Michel Martin is joined by Steven Petrow, contributor to the Washington Post; Farajii Muhammad, host of For The Culture on member station WEAA in Baltimore; and Jack Marshall president of ProEthics, an ethical training and consulting firm.
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia is due to close at the end of the year. The tribunal's supporters say it has given justice to many victims. Critics say that justice has been both slow and one-sided.