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Earlier this week ultra-Orthodox Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky ruled that marijuana is, in fact, kosher. That means that it can be consumed over the eight day celebration of Passover for medicinal purposes.

Some fashion houses have begun catering to Muslim consumers in Europe with loose-fitting, body-covering clothing lines that include head-covering scarves.

At least 19 people died Friday in a round of Syrian government air strikes on the city of Aleppo, human rights observers said. Fighting in Syria has intensified in recent weeks.

Five states in the Northeast go to the polls Tuesday. Bernie Sanders faces a tough challenge on the Democratic side, while Donald Trump leads GOP polls.

Since the unrest in Baltimore a year ago, new police chief Kevin Davis openly criticizes the Baltimore police department's old strategies — and says he wants to police "smarter."

Hundreds of people gathered for a peace march in West Baltimore to mark the anniversary of the death of Freddie Gray and the unrest that followed.

Rachel Martin talks with sex therapist Ian Kerner about the new bill in Utah that declares porn a public health crisis. Kerner says that porn addiction doesn't exist, and has never been diagnosed.

Beverly Hills Mayor John Mirisch tells Rachel Martin about his city's plan to connect residents to a new metro line using driverless shuttles.

Lorene Scafaria's new film is a valentine to her mother, and mothers everywhere. Rachel Martin talks to Scafaria about the film, which follows a widow remaking her life after the death of her husband.

Prince gave Cyndi Lauper friendship, advice on how to navigate the music business, and one of the songs on her first album. She spoke with NPR's Rachel Martin about his art and legacy.




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