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Dan Diamond, who covers the Dept. of Health and Human Services for Politico, says the number of HHS leaders who previously worked in the anti-abortion and anti-LGBT movement is "unusual and notable."

The president met with the British and Israeli prime ministers. On Friday, he's scheduled to speak to the World Economic Forum, the annual gathering of global business leaders.

The American Red Cross forced out a top official amid sexual misconduct accusations, but it still gave glowing references when asked by an aid organization seeking to hire him, ProPublica reports.

Spotify's IPO, slated for this spring, gives investment banks a smaller role in the company's trading. It's been seen as a sign of Spotify's strength, but there are many unanswered questions.

A new NPR/Marist poll found that 94 percent of American workers think it's unlikely they would lose jobs to automation. At a New Jersey warehouse, many workers say they're confident in their future.

In 1980, Ronald Reagan argued against putting up a fence on the border with Mexico. By 2016, Donald Trump was rallying GOP voters to "build the wall."

President Trump expressed willingness to be interviewed by White House Special Counsel Robert Mueller and laid out his principles on immigration.

The New York Times reported that Tuesday's school shooting in Kentucky was the eleventh shooting on school property in 2018 — just 23 days into the year. NPR takes a look at the other 10.

An Alabama reporter says he may have located the remains of the Clotilda, the last known American slave ship, which illegally brought 110 African captives to the U.S. in 1860. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks to Ben Raines, reporter for, about his discovery, which has not yet been authenticated.

Investigators in Kentucky are trying to understand why a student brought a gun to school, killing two classmates and wounding more than a dozen others. People in the community are struggling to cope.




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