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In a stunning development this week, President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. Here's a look back at the biggest takeaways from this week in politics.

Leaders at the evangelical Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va. were among President Trump's earliest supporters. On Saturday, Trump gave his first commencement address as president at the university.

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks about the implications of Friday's massive cyberattack with Michael Sulmeyer, director of the Cyber Security Project at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

Cybersecurity professionals from more than 100 countries are working to restore computer systems that were paralyzed by Friday's unprecedented global ransomware attack.

Dr. Adam McMahan comes to Klukwan, a tiny town in Southeast Alaska, just two days a week. But he's come to know his patients well, and attends to more than just their medical needs.

The U.S. has given the green light for China to start sending cooked poultry to America. It's part of a long-simmering trade deal that will open China's huge market up to U.S. beef producers.

Sue Klebold's son Dylan was one of the two shooters at Columbine High School. Nearly 20 years later, she talks about her struggle to understand his actions, and to find forgiveness.

Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., tells NPR's Steve Inskeep that he will not yet call for an independent Russia investigation because it would be a "vote of no confidence" in the Senate panel's current probe.

The U.S. has the worst rate of maternal deaths in the developed world: Sixty percent of the 700 to 900 deaths each year are preventable, including that of neonatal nurse Lauren Bloomstein.

Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price is touring communities that have been hit hard by painkiller overdoses and heroin. He says, when it comes to opioid abuse, "We're losing as a nation."

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