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President Trump expressed willingness to be interviewed by White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller and laid out his principles on immigration.

The New York Times reported that Tuesday's school shooting in Kentucky was the eleventh shooting on school property in 2018 — just 23 days into the year. NPR takes a look at the other 10.

An Alabama reporter says he may have located the remains of the Clotilda, the last known American slave ship, which illegally brought 110 African captives to the U.S. in 1860. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Ben Raines, reporter for, about his discovery, which has not yet been authenticated.

Investigators in Kentucky are trying to understand why a student brought a gun to school, killing two classmates and wounding more than a dozen others. People in the community are struggling to cope.

The rate of hospitalizations due to influenza is continuing to rise. Now, a study finds the risk of having a heart attack also spikes in the days after a confirmed diagnosis of flu.

The Trump administration is in Davos, Switzerland to deliver an "America First" message to the globally-minded government and business leaders at the World Economic Forum. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with economist Nariman Behravesh, who is in Davos.

There's a new fear from climate change: Bacteria and viruses buried in frozen ground coming back to life as the Arctic warms up. We went digging in permafrost to find out how worried we should be.

Takata recalled an additional 3.3 million airbags this month, expanding what is already the largest automotive recall in U.S. history. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says additional airbags are scheduled to be recalled through 2020. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with David Friedman of Consumers Union about why this recall is taking so long.

Insurgents attacked an office of the nongovernmental organization Save the Children in Jalalabad on Wednesday. The attack came two days after another on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul that left an unspecified number of Americans dead.

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Brian Eckhouse, who covers the solar industry for Bloomberg, about who wins and who loses from the 30 percent tariff President Trump has imposed on solar imports.




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