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Russian President Vladimir Putin plans to expel 755 American diplomatic and technical personnel. NPR's Noel King talks with journalist Charles Maynes in Moscow about power plays between the countries.

With the current elections, Venezuela president Nicolás Maduro hopes to gain enough power to rewrite the country's constitution. NPR's Noel King speaks to Reuters reporter Girish Gupta in Caracas.

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.

President Trump spoke to police officers encouraging what many say is violence. NPR's Noel King speaks with Chuck Wexler, executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum about the speech.

Invisibilia co-host Alix Spiegel introduces us to a young man whose sights were set far beyond the Syrian orphanage in which he spent part of his childhood.

Anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol died in police custody. Next week, a South African Court will consider reopening investigations into police misconduct from that era.

Because of his many roles at the White House, President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner draws controversy. Previous presidents hired family members too, but those staffers had political experience.

With its famed sunshine and sea winds, Greece should be a clean energy hub. But it's been slow to abandon coal and embrace renewable energy. That's changing on one small island.

The world's youngest Nobel laureate spent her 20th birthday this month with displaced Yazidi girls in northern Iraq. She spends each birthday with girls who are struggling to get an education.




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