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NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Cardiff Garcia, co-host of NPR's The Indicator from Planet Money, about Friday's jobs report. In it, the Labor Department cited a 4.1 percent unemployment rate.

Thousands of women who were raped in the war that resulted in Kosovo's split from Serbia are eligible for a monthly government stipend of $280. Many are reluctant to claim it. Only 250 have signed up.

As kids and now as adults, two brothers lift each other up — and in turn, themselves — as they face everyday challenges of living with autism.

Former President Park Geun-hye was convicted and sentenced Friday in a corruption scandal. Park, who says she's a victim of "political revenge," has one week to appeal.

Trump denies knowledge of a payment to a porn star to cover up a sexual encounter. Evangelical leaders, worried about the midterms, have arranged a meeting with the president at Trump's D.C. hotel.

NPR's Steve Inskeep spoke with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg about the company's responsibility to safeguard users' data, in light of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. More of the interview airs Friday on Morning Edition.

President Trump for the first time has answered questions about Stormy Daniels, the adult film actress and director, who claims to have had an affair with him a decade ago.

Protests on the Gaza border with Israel are expected to build tomorrow. Palestinians say their economic desperation helps drive the unrest. Jobs are scarce and medicine is not affordable for many.

Following news that Martin Luther King Jr. had been assassinated, riots broke out in his Chicago neighborhood. Fifty years later, some things have changed, but others remain as they were in 1968.

Facebook has announced changes to how the company shares data with third parties. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Bloomberg columnist Shira Ovide about what the changes include and how much they matter.

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