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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.

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.

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.

Until recently Rep. Patrick Meehan, R-Pa., sat on the Ethics Committee and was leading the investigation into sexual harassment on Capitol Hill. Now he is trying to explain his actions that led to a taxpayer-funded sexual harassment settlement and is a subject of a committee investigation.

"My monster is finally gone." That's what one woman said on Wednesday at the sentencing today of Larry Nassar, the former Olympic gymnastics doctor convicted of sexually abusing patients under the guise of treatment.

At least three people have been killed and 25 injured. The aid group has announced it will suspend operations in the country. NPR's Steve Inskeep talked to Jennifer Glasse, a reporter in Afghanistan.

Just what exactly is permafrost? And what is happening now that it's warming up? To find out, we enter the Arctic circle's secret world of ice and frozen history.

Minnesota Public Radio released new details on Tuesday about its decision to cut off business ties with former A Prairie Home Companion host Garrison Keillor.

An NPR/Marist poll shows 65 percent of contract workers are men and 62 percent are under 45. Contract workers gain flexibility, but when business goes down, they're often the first to be fired.

The Children's Health Insurance Program drew bipartisan support for two decades. After brinkmanship over the federal budget, an agreement to end the shutdown has assured CHIP funding for six years.




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