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One small apartment building near the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem is emblematic of Israelis' mixed attitudes about the city.

With stories of family separation at the border in the news, NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Denise Gilman, the lawyer for a one woman who's in detention, thousands of miles from her two sons who crossed the border with her.

The Virginia State Senate voted Wednesday to expand Medicaid to 400,000 low-income residents. This comes after months of fierce political debates between Republicans.

President Trump says he wants North Korea to end its nuclear weapons program permanently. Those who've seen the program say denuclearization, if it happens, would likely take a very long time.

Noting a sharp rise in colorectal cancer among younger people, the American Cancer Society now suggests that healthy adults get their first screening five years earlier — at age 45.

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens has resigned from office, insisting he hasn't broken any laws. He's faces allegations of sexual abuse and violating campaign finance laws.

Female veterans have higher rates of depression and suicide than their male counterparts. Advocates say the VA must step up its efforts to reach women who need help and may not be seeking it.

Methane is a powerful greenhouse gas and livestock account for a lot of the gas produced in agriculture. In Kenya, climate scientists are experimenting with different types of feed to reduce the amount cows burp.

Migrants and asylum seekers in Paris are using a theatrical showcase to create understanding between themselves and their Parisian hosts.

Over the weekend, President Trump falsely accused The New York Times of making up a source within the White House. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Mike McCurry, former press secretary during the Clinton administration, about the delicate relationship between White House sources and the press corps.

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