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The remote woods of the Northwest have long been a haven for far-right extremists. After Donald Trump's election, some in communities here worry about extremists entering the mainstream.

Stephen Moore recently said Trump's party is no longer the party of Ronald Reagan and free trade. "Look, this is 2016. It's not 1986. We have different problems in this country," the adviser says.

President Obama reached out to Cuba mostly through executive orders. But those can easily be undone by Donald Trump, who is much more critical of the Cuban leadership.

There's a plethora of projects to gather data about the brain, various kinds of cancer and every type of cell in the body. But researchers are struggling to keep up with the information explosion.

The James Webb Space Telescope is undergoing its final series of tests in NASA workshops. It's designed to take even grander images than the Hubble telescope. But deploying it will be a major feat.

Medical researchers are no longer ignoring the people who have the most to gain — or lose. But as patient advocates become more influential, they risk being co-opted by the biomedical industry.

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro looks at how Cuba is reacting to the death of former Cuban leader Fidel Castro. He died on Friday at the age of 90.

Beirut's lone communist inspired bar toasts the life of Fidel Castro.

President-elect Donald Trump continues to shape his cabinet. So far, his nominees include both loyalists and at least one Republican who criticized him during the campaign.

NPR's Linda Wertheimer and historian Andrew Bacevich discuss what U.S. foreign policy might look like under president-elect Donald Trump's administration.

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