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"It makes you want to cry when you to see it," one resident says about the stripped vegetation. But a scientist says it will recover relatively quickly: "It will be beautiful again."

NPR's Michel Martin talks with Kris Brown, co-president at the Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence about a new report regarding victims of gun violence in America.

NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Frederick Schauer, a law professor at the University of Virginia, about whether this directive is constitutional.

CNN's AJ Willingham, ESPN The Magazine's Pablo Torre and Indianapolis Star's Gregg Doyel discuss the fallout of the FBI's NCAA corruption scandal and the evolution of the NFL's "Take A Knee" protests.

A federal judge in Louisiana has ruled that Black Lives Matter is not a person, not a company and not a formal entity. And that means the social movement can't be sued.

NPR's Michel Martin discusses efforts to get power up and running on the island after Hurricane Maria, with Devon Streit, a deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Energy.

President Trump tweeted criticism of the mayor of San Juan, who has been critical of the federal government's response to the disaster since Hurricane Maria hit the island more than 10 days ago.

Kelly's first week as host of NBC's 9 a.m. Today show was rocky. The former Fox News anchor has time to steady the ship, but the transformation she's seeking to make is a big one.

Lawmakers want the names of any White House aides using private email accounts for official business. A law professor said using private email is "not a criminal offense. It's just very, very stupid."

Hugh Hefner died this week at the age of 91. NPR's Scott Simon says Hefner "made history, and then tripped over it."




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