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Hurricane Harvey disrupted treatment for people addicted to opioids. Many need to get connected to a specialty clinic that can provide medication-assisted treatment.

For 19 months in a row, food prices in America's supermarkets fell compared to a year earlier. This is good news for shoppers but has weighed on the grocery industry and the people who grow our food.

The Army wanted a new, small device that could pull a person rapidly up a rope. The invention they eventually got has uses far beyond the military.

Environmental officials are inspecting toxic waste sites in southeast Texas that were flooded and potentially damaged last week.

A day after North Korea's largest nuclear test, the United Nations Security Council held a meeting to discuss North Korea. Members urged for more robust sanctions and actions.

Fraud is the latest threat facing victims of Hurricane Harvey, as well as the volunteers who are helping the relief effort. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with Corey Amundson, a U.S. Attorney who heads the National Center for Disaster Fraud.

White supremacists using Crusaders' crosses and other medieval imagery on their homemade shields say the time period is an ideal of a white Europe. But medieval scholars say the white supremacists are wrong and the scholars are fighting back.

Ethnic minority Rohingyas are once again facing widespread violence from government forces in Myanmar, and thousands have fled across the border to Bangladesh. NPR's Ari Shapiro talks with journalist Poppy McPherson, who is following the story in Myanmar.

Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah went to South Carolina to write about the trial of Dylann Roof. He's the white man convicted of murdering eight black parishioners and their pastor at Charleston's historic Mother Emmanuel AME church. She was planning to write about the people who died, but instead found herself writing about Roof.

As a candidate, President Trump promised to end President Obama's executive order on immigration, but as president Trump has repeatedly acknowledged the predicament of the people protected by DACA.

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