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Donald Trump says he would undo NAFTA, which he calls the "worst trade deal ever." Economists say many jobs depend on U.S.-Mexico trade, but others say NAFTA has been bad for Mexico's economy.

It's the nearest supermoon in almost 70 years — and we won't see another like it until 2034. You have three chances to see the moon at its biggest, on Sunday and Monday.

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to astronomer Jackie Faherty about Monday's supermoon. It will be the closest the moon has been to Earth since 1948.

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to evangelical blogger and radio show host Julie Roys about division in the Evangelical community following Donald Trump's election.

Kenya Barris created the ABC sitcom, Blackish. He says Donald Trump's win has changed the course of his show, to have a renewed focus on addressing serious issues, as it did in the first two seasons.

The founders of the new center, in Provo, Utah, hope its presence can help bridge a divide between the church and the LGBT community.

Over the course of the year we talked to voters in Charlotte, North Carolina. One of the Trump supporters we met was Don Reid. NPR's Rachel Martin asks him what he'd like to see in Trump's first term.

European foreign ministers will hold a special meeting in Brussels on Sunday to discuss how the EU can work with the new U.S. president-elect.

The last time Wisconsin voted for a Republican for President was 1984. That all changed on November 8. We go to Kenosha County to ask why.

As the founder and president of The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, it's Richard Harwood's job to build bridges between people. He discusses how Americans can begin mending political divides.




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