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The Washington Post has reported that the CIA says Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win. NPR's Scott Simon talks to Washington Post reporter Adam Entous.

Working in difficult circumstances, lawyers and judges do their best to administer justice. NPR was present at a trial of a man accused of repairing ISIS vehicles. He and relatives denied ISIS links.

President-elect Donald Trump has promised to tap into his business experience to run the country. As a businessman, he has been willing to adjust his plans to get things done.

We look at the remarkable findings from a new study of Kenya's M-PESA system, out in 'Science.'

The president has been suspended from power — but her fate will be decided later by a constitutional court. "Please, let's come together to overcome this crisis," the prime minister pleaded Friday.

"I don't even know how to describe the kinds of things that are landing on us," a dentist trapped in one of Aleppo's last rebel-held neighborhoods tells NPR.

Rachel Martin speaks with journalist Saskia Belleman about the trial of Geert Wilders, an outspoken critic of Europe's immigration policies who has a familiar slogan: Make the Netherlands Great Again.

Two-thirds of Americans think Trump must avoid a conflict of interest, according to a Bloomberg poll. But only a slight majority are confident he'll put the country's interests ahead of his own.

Mongolian goats produce the world's highest quality cashmere wool, and international demand has soared. There's a problem, though. These goats are turning the country into an ecological wasteland.

The vote against President Park Geun-hye follows a corruption scandal that has paralyzed the political system. A constitutional court will now decide whether to formally remove her from office.

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