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NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Kimberly Atkins, Washington reporter and columnist for the Boston Herald, and Reihan Salam, executive editor for National Review and columnist for Slate, about immigration, President Trump's speech at the World Economic Forum and the ongoing Mueller investigation.

Cecile Richards is leaving Planned Parenthood after more than a decade as president of the reproductive rights group. She has been at the forefront of the debate over abortion.

A report from The New York Times says that President Trump ordered Special Counsel Robert Mueller to be fired last June, but backed down when the top White House lawyer threatened to quit.

Lawyers for Maryland and the District of Columbia argued in court Thursday that President Trump is violating the Constitution's emolument clauses. They left the preliminary hearing feeling confident.

The deputy prime minister is believed to own some 25 luxury watches, worth more than $1 million. The fallout has tarnished the government's image, leading some to wonder how much longer it will last.

Always! Never! Sometimes? You had some strong opinions.

Prosecutors and law enforcement in the Seattle area have embarked on a new anti-violence strategy: Make sure the people who've been ordered to give up their guns actually do so.

Manuel came to the U.S. illegally two decades ago, one of 143,470 such people who were arrested in the country's interior last year. Most are ordered to leave. For six months, Manuel awaited his fate.

California Gov. Jerry Brown delivered his final State of the State address on Thursday to lawmakers in Sacramento. Brown is California's longest-serving governor.

Scientists have discovered a part of a fossilized human skull that's around 180,000 years old. It is now the oldest human fossil outside Africa.




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