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A bill making its way through the Kentucky legislature might end a decades-old busing program in one of the state's largest — and most segregated — cities.

Prime Minister Mark Rutte's center-right party is celebrating a resounding win over populist Wilders' Party for Freedom, in a result that's being welcomed by centrists and progressives.

Amid the rise of far-right political parties in Europe, Spain has no similar movement. That may be due to its history under a dictatorship and Spaniards' own experience as impoverished migrants.

A medical residency program is the next training step for newly minted doctors, and awaiting "the match," can be tense. For some international students, Trump's travel ban has made the tension worse.

Lee Baca, 74, who's in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease, headed the nation's largest sheriff's department for 15 years before resigning in 2014 as the jail abuse scandal grew.

If the exit polls are accurate — indicating a three-way tie for a distant second place finish — the tallies will be seen as a significant defeat for Wilders and his brand of ethno-nationalism.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi told NPR's Robert Siegel she doesn't think President Trump "has the faintest idea" about health care.

The director of National Drug Control Policy under President Obama, Michael Botticelli, says the proposed GOP health bill would decrease access to treatment in the middle of an opioid crisis.

The IRS Data Retrieval Tool has been temporarily disabled for security concerns. Without it, many at-risk students will have a harder time finishing their paperwork.

The profanity-prone president and his country's Catholic Church are at loggerheads, mostly over Duterte's war on drugs, which has killed more than 7,500 people in less than a year.




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