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Sue Klebold's son Dylan was one of the two shooters at Columbine High School. Nearly 20 years later, she talks about her struggle to understand his actions, and to find forgiveness.

Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., tells NPR's Steve Inskeep that he will not yet call for an independent Russia investigation because it would be a "vote of no confidence" in the Senate panel's current probe.

The U.S. has the worst rate of maternal deaths in the developed world: Sixty percent of the 700 to 900 deaths each year are preventable, including that of neonatal nurse Lauren Bloomstein.

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price is touring communities that have been hit hard by painkiller overdoses and heroin. He says, when it comes to opioid abuse, "We're losing as a nation."

Attorney General Sessions' recommendation that President Trump fire the FBI Director has raised eyebrows. Sessions had promised to keep his distance from an investigation of last year's campaign.

The state shuttered stores in Whiteclay, Neb., which borders the dry Pine Ridge reservation, where half the adults struggle with alcohol abuse. But critics say the move infringes upon business rights.

A neuroscientist argues that our noses are more powerful than we think. Humans, he says, actually have a great sense of smell.

New Jersey Republican Tom MacArthur was central to reviving the GOP health care bill in the House. He met with constituents who are angry over that and the firing of FBI Director James Comey.

A peace treaty in 2016 largely ended a half-century war waged by the guerrilla group FARC against Colombia's government. But a handful of FARC dissidents extort business owners and refuse to disarm.

Rep. Robert Fisher has been linked to an online alias that posted comments like "every woman wants to be attractive enough to be raped."

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