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Belgian authorities have charged two men with terrorist offenses and are continuing to question others in relation to Tuesday's bombings of the main Brussels airport and a city metro station.

Farm worker activist Dolores Huerta and Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld talk about the reasons people are protesting Donald Trump, and what difference it makes.

European police round up more terrorist suspects after Tuesday's deadly bombings in Brussels. Many involved had ties to last year's Paris attacks.

The Elite Eight of the NCAA men's basketball tournament is set, and this year's games have been as exciting as usual. But ESPN's Howard Bryant tells NPR's Scott Simon the meaning of the tournament may be changing.

NPR's Scott Simon speaks with Emmanuel Foulon, an organizer of the March Against Fear, a demonstration planned for Sunday in Brussels.

A group of synthetic biologists report they've created an organism with a minimum number of genes required to survive and reproduce.

A musical by Tony-nominated songwriters Benj Pasek and Justin Paul opens Saturday in New York. "Dear Evan Hansen" is a comedy-drama about social anxiety and teen suicide in the age of social media.

Stanford professor Jonathan Berger turns golf stroke data into sound. A nice sound means it's a good swing, a sour sound means something's not right. He tells Scott Simon how that helps people learn.

Alaska holds its Democratic caucuses on Saturday, posing a logistical challenge to voters in the state's more remote locations. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Fairbanks caucus organizer Janelle Olson.

Critics are calling for the Obama administration to adopt a more aggressive Syria policy. Scott Simon talks with Kori Schake of Stanford University about putting more U.S. troops on the ground there.




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