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President Trump's new chief of staff is sworn in today, Russia expels hundreds of American diplomats and Venezuelans vote on their country's future.

The former diplomat who coordinated U.S. sanctions against Russia weighs in on the current low point in U.S.-Russia relations after the Kremlin orders more than 700 U.S. diplomats to leave the country and seizes diplomatic properties.

Ailsa Chang looks at a now rampant kind of robocalling — neighbor spoofing. These are automated calls coming from phone numbers that look strangely similar to the recipient's own phone numbers.

While President Trump has just named Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback as a special ambassador for religious freedom, many diplomatic special envoy posts remain unfilled. Steve Inskeep talks to retired ambassador Ronald Neumann about such posts.

Rep. Mark Sanford, a Republican from South Carolina, says he fears that Donald Trump declining to release his tax returns will set a bad precedent for future candidates.

Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.

Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.

Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.

NPR's Noel King interviews Teresa Danks, a third-grade teacher who begged for school supply money on the side of the road to bring attention to the lack of resources facing educators.

Some employees of 32M have volunteered to have microchips implanted in them. NPR's Noel King and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee professor of information studies Michael Zimmer, explore the risks.

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