Howard University, one of the nation's top historically black colleges, has seen the neighborhood around it change drastically over the years. The area, located just a couple of miles north of Capitol Hill, was once working-class and black. But as hundreds of new residents move to D.C. each month, more nonblack residents move into Howard's neighborhood. And as property values rise, the university is trying to capitalize on the hot real estate market. For years, there was little interaction...
Hear the radio version of this story. New research suggests the Tennessee state legislature is now one of the most politically divided in the South. Across the 13-state region, only Texas has a legislature that's more polarized, according to a study of all 50 statehouses. Researchers say the rise in partisanship appears to be tied to a change in voting patterns in rural areas.
Arkansas voters are relatively split on President Donald Trump’s campaign ties to the Russian government, but a majority are not ready to impeach him over the matter or call for his resignation at this time. That's according to a new Talk Business & Politics-Hendrix College survey that shows voters are keenly aware of the issue. Q: Do you think the Trump campaign coordinated with the Russian government during the 2016 presidential election? 41% Yes