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NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Bob Carey, former director of the Office of Refugee Resettlement, about how federal authorities track undocumented minors once they're released to families, and why stories about 1,474 "missing" children may be misleading.

In recent days, there's been an uproar over children being separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Jennifer Nagda, policy director at the Young Center for Immigrant Children's Rights.

Tech companies have sent out a lot of emails with updated privacy policies lately. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Wall Street Journal reporter Joanna Stern about a new European law that is supposed to give users more control over their data and privacy.

The surprise success of the Golden Knights hockey team is showing that Las Vegas is more than just the Strip and slot machines. The first expansion team to make the Stanley Cup finals in its first year has a wildly loyal fan base, and bakeries are even selling edible pucks.

Pressure is mounting for British Prime Minister Theresa May to reform Northern Ireland's strict abortion laws. Members of her own Conservative party are joining the Labour Party to call for change after Friday's vote in Ireland to liberalize abortion restrictions.

A U.S. delegation met with North Korean officials along the demilitarized zone Sunday, restoring prospects for a summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Overhauling police has been a critical issue for more than two years after the release of a video which showed a white Chicago police officer shooting and killing a black teenager.

Massena, N.Y., has hemorrhaged factory jobs over the past decade. Now, digital currency mining firms have come to town, promising jobs and investment.

Right-wing candidate Ivan Duque won a place in Colombia's June presidential runoff against leftist Gustavo Petro. That has some worried that a fragile peace pact with Marxist rebels could unravel.

Alison Gopnik talks about two very different philosophies of parenting in her book 'The Gardener and the Carpenter.'




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