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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Rep. Frank Pallone. D-N.J., about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's announcement that he will testify before Congress next week about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

One farmer says he has seen hog prices drop to the point where it may cost some farmers more to raise a pig than they can sell it for — and he worries about lower sales.

The drug naloxone can reverse opioid overdoses and save lives. U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams says more Americans should have naloxone on hand in case loved ones, friends or neighbors need help.

China's retaliatory tariffs hit farmers harder than any other group, especially those raising hogs, nuts and fruit, which rely on exports to keep their business models going.

The previous estimate was 50 million. Facebook also said "malicious actors" abused a feature that allowed users to find each others' phone numbers and email addresses. The feature is being disabled.

After Stephon Clark's death in Sacramento, many people are wondering whether anything has really changed in the way police use deadly force since Michael Brown was shot and killed in Ferguson, Mo.

In Memphis and across the nation, thousands are gathering — and some are protesting — to mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The day honors King's work, looks at his legacy and raises the question: What comes next?

Estonia's president left Washington, D.C., feeling more reassured about U.S. policy toward Russia. Kersti Kaljulaid says President Trump asked tough questions in his meeting with the Baltic leaders, but also talked about how he expelled 60 Russians in the wake of a nerve agent attack in the U.K.

A day after a woman opened fire on the YouTube campus in San Bruno, Calif., questions are being asked about how the shooter got into the facility, and whether police were warned about her anger.

China responded to a U.S. threat of additional tariffs with a long list of its own. The two sides will likely spend the next few months trying to negotiate a solution that will avert a trade war.

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