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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Ahmed Younis, who served as principal deputy coordinator and deputy special envoy of the Global Engagement Center at the U.S. Department of State under the Trump administration, about why the State Department has spent none of the $120 million allocated to fight Russian meddling.

In declaring he won't play ball, Sam Nunberg cited what he called the "bankruptcies" the special counsel has caused for other people involved with his investigation.

When former helicopter pilot Tony Zimlich retired from a 20-year military career, he worried about his civilian job prospects. Then he discovered the burgeoning world of commercial drone work.

People with prediabetes like a Washington state chef reversed the diagnosis using a digital program that harnesses the power of wearable devices, data, education, e-coaching and peer support.

Tech evangelists say consumer electronics that sense, stream and interpret vital signs will lead to better health and lower costs. But skeptics say reliability and privacy issues still loom.

South Korea has sent a diplomatic delegation to North Korea. This is the latest effort to continue a dialogue between the two Koreas following the Winter Olympics.

The small group of scholars that studies investigations that may lead into the White House said Robert Mueller's probe of Russian election interference resembles the best of his predecessors.

Last year's Oscars were wildly unpredictable. This year's were very predictable, with big wins for The Shape Of Water, all the actors who were expected to win all along, and Jordan Peele.

The election in southwest Pennsylvania on March 13 is being closely watched by Democrats and Republicans looking for early clues about how Americans will vote in the midterm elections.

Along with a Democratic candidate boom in Tuesday's first primary of the 2018 midterm cycle, Texas Democrats are surpassing Republicans in early voting.




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