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NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Tina Park, executive director of the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, about whether sending North Korean athletes to the winter Olympics in South Korea, signals any significant change in relations.

NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with journalist and author Michael Wolff about his book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House. Wolff discusses Steve Bannon's role in the White House and his future relationship with the Republican party.

Hurricanes, fires and even hail contributed to billions of dollars in damages. The government study also finds that it was among the warmest years on record.

NPR's Kelly McEvers talks with Vanessa Velasco, a Salvadoran woman who will lose her temporary protected status in the U.S. in September 2019, about what the decision means for her and her three children — who are all American citizens.

College football will crown its national champion Monday night. And fans of the two teams won't have too far to travel: Alabama and Georgia are playing in Atlanta where things have been a bit crazy.

The White House has said an infrastructure bill would be a major priority for 2018 and one that could garner bipartisan support. But it's not at all clear when there will be a draft to see. drug policy reporter German Lopez details the scope of the opioid epidemic, and Bobby Allyn, a reporter at WHYY in Philadelphia, discusses the idea of safe injection sites.

Melilla is one of two Spanish cities located in Africa, surrounded by fences. Migrants frequently try to scale or swim around the fences to reach European Union soil. On Sunday, 209 succeeded.

Construction began in 2014. Once finished, the replica will be the centerpiece of a theme park that the developer hopes will attract millions of tourists from China and beyond.

Dozens of people have agreed to move temporarily to hotels in case a landslide destroys their homes.




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