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A church in the town of Mexico, N.Y., encourages its parishioners to bring their guns to Sunday services as a way to deter mass shooters from targeting them.

A vehicle crashed into the town Muenster in Germany injuring a number of people.

On a growing number of dairy farms, cows, not people, decide when they need to be milked. Robots can do the job day or night. For some farm families, the robots free them from rigid milking schedules.

More than two months since a massive and deadly debris flow slammed the community of Montecito, Calif., hundreds of volunteers are working to carve paths to front doors and dig out kitchens.

Officials say more than 200,000 acres of marshland cane have been affected. State Agriculture and Forestry Commissioner Mike Strain worries the bug could mutate and start ruining agricultural crops.

"Suburban women" have been a political fixation for decades. "We're really talking about ... relatively educated and affluent whites," said one Republican strategist.

After dropping sharply when President Trump took office, the number of undocumented immigrants apprehended at the border is again on the rise.

Palestinians say Israeli soldiers killed seven people during protests in the Gaza Strip Friday. It caps a week of border protests and clashes in which more than two dozen Palestinians have been killed, according to Gaza officials. Israel says it's trying to protect its troops and stop Palestinians from crossing the fence.

The recent deaths of two Maine children from abuse have called into question whether the state — which had knowledge of the cases — handled them properly.

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Claire Reade from the Center for Strategic and International Studies about what the newest round of proposed tariffs mean for U.S.-China trade relations going forward.




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