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A suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan has killed at least 95 and wounded even more. NPR's Scott Simon talks with photojournalist Andrew Quilty who arrived at the site of the blast within minutes.

Fear of disease has kept dozens of bison penned in Yellowstone National Park, until they were discovered to have been released through a cut fence.

At Silver Stars Gymnastics in Silver Spring, Md., parents say they won't let the stories of sexual abuse by a prominent doctor ruin the sport for their kids.

Diphtheria is not seen in the West because almost everyone is vaccinated against it. But it's been infecting thousands of the refugees in Bangladesh.

Maybe honeybees get too much attention. They are agricultural animals, like sheep or cattle, and they sometimes make life harder for wild bees. In fact, the bees in true peril are the wild ones.

Latino and immigrant groups in Chicago say the electronic gang database is inaccurate, there's no way for people to clear their names from it, and that it's leading to some deportations.

After a month of record rainfall in France, rivers have flowed over their banks and nearly half the country is on flood alert. In Paris, the Seine river is 19 feet above its normal level.

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Thomas Homan, acting director of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, about immigration enforcement over the last year and White House policy proposals going forward.

Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., is a leader of the Senate's bipartisan investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. He speaks with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly about the reports that President Trump tried to fire Robert Muller, the special counsel leading the Russia investigation, last year.

NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Kimberly Atkins, Washington reporter and columnist for the Boston Herald, and Reihan Salam, executive editor for National Review and columnist for Slate, about immigration, President Trump's speech at the World Economic Forum and the ongoing Mueller investigation.




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