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The Hollywood mogul is expected to hand himself over to police at 8 a.m. Friday in Manhattan, a source tells NPR. He's expected pay a million-dollar bail and surrender his passport.

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., the top democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, about President Trump cancelling the summit with North Korea.

NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with New York Times reporter Benjamin Mueller about the reports that disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is expected to turn himself over to face charges Friday.

In the Eastern Highlands, the accusation of sorcery is a vigilante's rallying cry. Such accusations often lead to violence and are believed to be responsible for dozens of deaths every year.

South Korean leaders met late at night to discuss President Trump's decision not to go ahead with his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

The European Union's new data protection law is intended to strengthen privacy rights and stop abuses by social media giants. But the law also forbids people from posting anyone's picture online without their permission — and that includes tourist vacation photos.

Hawaii officials continue to warn the public about dangers from the active volcano on the Big Island, including the lava flowing toward a power plant. In the meantime, they are trying to reassure possible visitors that the tourism opportunities have not been affected.

The Santa Fe High School shooting in Texas affected people in profound ways — particularly the first responders and others who rushed to the scene, including Galveston County's chief medical examiner.

NPR' Audie Cornish speaks with Amb. Joseph DeTrani, former State Department special envoy for negotiations with North Korea, about the fallout from the cancellation of the U.S.- North Korea summit.

Engineers in California are working on a new test that could offer a fast, cheap way to see if people are infected with the parasite.




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