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White supremacists using Crusaders' crosses and other medieval imagery on their homemade shields say the time period is an ideal of a white Europe. But medieval scholars say the white supremacists are wrong and the scholars are fighting back.

Ethnic minority Rohingyas are once again facing widespread violence from government forces in Myanmar, and thousands have fled across the border to Bangladesh. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with journalist Poppy McPherson, who is following the story in Myanmar.

Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah went to South Carolina to write about the trial of Dylann Roof. He's the white man convicted of murdering eight black parishioners and their pastor at Charleston's historic Mother Emmanuel AME church. She was planning to write about the people who died, but instead found herself writing about Roof.

As a candidate, President Trump promised to end President Obama's executive order on immigration, but as president Trump has repeatedly acknowledged the predicament of the people protected by DACA.

President Trump is expected to make an announcement on Tuesday about the future of the DACA program. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Florida Republican Congressman Carlos Curbelo about why Congress should act to preserve the program.

The president's decision will likely affect the nearly 800,000 so-called "DREAMers" who are covered by the program, known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA.

If you sit too much during middle age — at work and at home — your ability to exercise or even walk in late decades is at risk, a study hints. And, of course, your risk of heart disease climbs, too.

The company is holding a contest to find a new and natural, low-calorie sweetener. The challenge comes at a time when many Americans are cutting back on sugar due to obesity and diabetes risks.

No self-respecting cook would admit to using the food-nuker for anything more than heating up last night's pasta, but it's hard to deny the influence this little machine has had on American life.

Across Houston, both the pastors and the congregants are finding comfort in their faith as they begin recovering from the flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey and returning to their churches.

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