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Tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of protestors are expected in Washington, D.C. around the Inauguration Day. But they've been unable to get permits to demonstrate on National Park Service grounds.

A special session of the North Carolina legislature could change the political landscape there. Republican lawmakers are trying to significantly reduce the power of the incoming Democratic governor.

Turner Sports NBA court side reporter Craig Sager died Thursday at age 65.

Audie Cornish talks with David Miliband, head of the International Rescue Committee, about what his team in Syria is seeing as Aleppo refugees come into Idlib and about his humanitarian concerns.

Wounded fighters, their families and civilians boarded buses for evacuation from the besieged city of Aleppo, Syria. The shaky cease-fire appeared to be holding as the buses began the trip to Idlib

Psychiatrist Anna Lembke says the medical establishment and drugmakers began telling doctors in the 1980s that opioids were effective treatment for chronic pain. "That was patently false," she says.

A crude oil pipeline in western North Dakota has leaked nearly 200,000 barrels of oil. The scene is about 150 miles west of where protesters have been fighting the Dakota Access pipeline.

Donald Trump hasn't held a press conference since July, opting instead for frequent tweets and the occasional interview. Presidents-elect typically take questions from reporters within days.

The President-elect and the tech industry have clashed on many issues. But at the roundtable, Trump struck a conciliatory tone, saying he was "here to help you folks do well."

Donald Trump says he wants his wife and son to continue living in Trump Tower after he is sworn in, at least at first. That could end up costing taxpayers a lot of money.




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