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The president's appearance at SXSW's technology conference comes as the Justice Department tries to force Apple to help it unlock an iPhone. Many in the tech world oppose the government's position.

"Cleaning Your City" is a radio show in Afghanistan where the hosts field complaints from citizens, and call people in power to fix the problems. NPR's Melissa Block talks to co-host Massood Sanjer.

Hillary Clinton's biggest demographic weakness in the primary race has been appealing to white men. This is also a major challenge for the Democratic party overall.

Keith Emerson, founding member of the rock group, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, has died at the age of 71. His keyboard playing helped usher in the age of progressive rock.

After canceling a rally in Chicago last night where clashes broke out, Donald Trump is scheduled to campaign this morning in Vandalia, Ohio.

The disturbances at Donald Trump's rally in Chicago last night were the culmination of tension and incidents of violence that have been building around the Republican front runner's campaign.

The rise in hostile rhetoric against migrants in Germany is being linked to the country's new populist political party. The "Alliance for Germany is expected to win pivotal elections on Sunday.

Hall of Famer Goose Gossage tore into the MLB and some of its biggest players in a recent interview. Tennis player Maria Sharapova is awaiting her punishment after testing positive for Meldonium.

Scuffles between Trump backers and protesters in the arena led to the cancellation of the event, and followed episodes of tension and violence this week in Missouri, Florida and North Carolina.

Since Nevada regulators began phasing out incentives, the solar power business has been in turmoil and many workers have been laid off. Now some worry what happened there will spread to other states.

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