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NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Joseph Bahout, a member of French President Macron's delegation. Bahout is a Middle East expert, and talks about Macron's agenda regarding the Iranian nuclear deal and Syria during his visit with President Trump.

Tribune journalists give corporate owner Tronc a day to recognize the union voluntarily. Otherwise, they say they will force a federal vote that "will result overwhelmingly in our favor."

The U.S. steel industry has enjoyed protection from foreign competitors since the 1790s. It says new import tariffs are actually just leveling the playing field and shouldn't be labeled "protection."

After receiving nearly 5,000 entries this year, we have a winner! Meet the virtuosic talent who won over this year's panel of judges.

The U.S. and U.K. governments say Russia is targeting infrastructure in the West with cyberattacks. Department of Homeland Security cybersecurity chief Jeanette Manfra explains stay safe.

The social media company announced changes to its community standards, releasing internal review guidelines and allowing appeals of content removal decisions.

State dinners are a chance for first ladies to express their tastes and make a statement. But historically these diplomatic dinners have had their share of mishaps.

Police in Toronto have located the vehicle and arrested the suspected driver after a van attack Monday left 10 people dead and 15 others injured.

At an evening press conference — police chief Mark Saunders told reporters the death toll has climbed to 10, after a man drove into pedestrians on Monday.

Chicago police keep a massive database of residents with suspected gang ties, but ProPublica's Mike Dumke found significant errors and investigated the effects on Chicagoans who made the list.




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