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NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., who is the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee, about the newly released GOP-Nunes memo, the Democratic memo and how this affects the committee's investigation.

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Roger Rocha, president of League of United Latin American Citizens, the oldest Latino civil rights organization, following the release of a now-rescinded letter this week in support of President Trump's "four pillar" framework for immigration reform.

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Rep. Rick Crawford, R-Ark., of the House Intelligence Committee about the decision to release the memo authored by Devin Nunes on the beginnings of the Russia investigation.

The two starting quarterbacks in Sunday's Super Bowl couldn't be more different. The New England Patriots have Tom Brady a five-time champion and global icon. The Philadelphia Eagles have Nick Foles, who doesn't have such a long list of accomplishments.

The stock market took a big dive on Friday amid growing worries about inflation. The Dow Jones industrial average fell about 666 points, or 2.54 percent. The market saw its worst weekly performance in two years.

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with David Brooks of The New York Times and E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution about the Russia memo that was released today, the President's State of the Union speech, and the looming government shutdown deadline.

Americans will mash up and scarf down millions of the fruits in one day — Super Bowl Sunday. According to authorities in Mexico, at least one town grows what you might call "conflict-free avocados."

With tourism way down after Hurricanes Irma and Maria, the Virgin Islands have lost their main economic engine at a time when it's most needed. But recovery is gradually happening.

Thursday marks 50 years since two sanitation workers were killed in a grisly accident in Memphis. Their deaths set the stage for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to be in that city for a protest. While there, he was assassinated.

San Francisco's special mayoral election is exposing racial, ethnic and economic fault lines there. The leading candidates represent just how much the city has changed in recent years due to tech money.




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