Today, we hear how Donald Trump's sinking popularity puts down-ballot GOP candidates at risk. And, as part of NPR's "A Nation Engaged" project, we hear a poem titled "Apology to My Father" from a University of Michigan sophomore.
To find individual interviews, click here or see below:
- Trump's sinking popularity puts down-ballot GOP candidates at risk
- Bacon: Don't blame Harbaugh, Rutgers is just that bad; Western Michigan goes national (video)
- A Nation Engaged: Apology to My Father
- Long-forgotten Rodgers & Hammerstein musical has lessons worth remembering
- Americans throw away billions of dollars' worth of food. Here's how to change that
- How one couple hustled to make a home for themselves in Detroit