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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said she had asked Trump to tweet some assurance to the DREAMers protected by DACA and the president did just that — posting a message to his 38 million followers.

Most in the terrorist cell were employed or in school and showed no signs of radicalization. Their skill at avoiding detection sends chills down the spines of authorities working to prevent attacks.

Young immigrants gave the government information like addresses, photos, fingerprints and bank statements when they applied for DACA. Now they worry that information could be used against them.

As the path of Hurricane Irma shifts westward, Fort Myers is bracing for a hit. NPR's Scott Simon talks with John Davis of member station WGCU in Fort Myers, Fla.

President Trump's nominee for chief scientist at the Department of Agriculture is drawing scrutiny and skepticism in part because the nominee doesn't have a scientific background.

NPR's Scott Simon talks with reporter Jorge Valencia of KJZZ's Mexico City bureau about the aftermath of the 8.1 magnitude that struck southern Mexico this week.

Hurricane Irma has shifted its path — NPR's Scott Simon talks to Mayor Bill Barnett of Naples, Fla., about the threat to his city as the storm heads west.

Those in the Florida Keys have a mandatory evacuation as they are directly in Hurricane Irma's crosshairs. Scott Simon speaks with reporter David Ovalle of The Miami Herald who is in Key West.

The software of major airlines monitor supply and demand, then lower or raise prices accordingly — within seconds. That can lead to some exorbitant prices, NPR's Scott Simon says.

About a quarter of a million DREAMers — immigrants who were illegally brought to the U.S. as children — are enrolled in college. But the program that has allowed them to go to school is ending.




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