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Even though the refugee crisis in Europe reached its peak two years ago, countries are still trying to figure out what to do with the more than 150,000 refugees who want to stay in the E.U.

Oil paintings on display at CIA headquarters — and therefore invisible to the public — can now be seen in a collection of wall calendars. They depict declassified missions from the agency's past.

Trump canceled a trip to open the new U.S. Embassy and complained that it was in an undesirable location. The revitalized area of south London includes multimillion-dollar waterfront apartments.

NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Rita Bourbon, who survived the California mudslides in her home, but sadly found her neighbor's body in her backyard.

Without notice 63 Sam's Club stores closed Thursday, leaving up to 11,000 employees without work. Sam's Club is owned by Wal-Mart, which announced yesterday a raise in employee wages. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Business Insider reporter Hayley Peterson, who broke the Sam's Club closure story yesterday.

Indiana is one of the states poised to get permission to require Medicaid recipients to work. Advocates say work requirements may be good politics but they're bad policy.

The African Union was "frankly alarmed" by President Trump's comments. Haiti said they were "misguided," while the U.N. called them "racist." And across the world, officials are asking for clarity.

Prisoners' advocates expressed optimism after a White House meeting with the president. But the bipartisan effort to overhaul the way criminals are punished has downsized its goals in the Trump era.

Though medical marijuana is legal in most states, some patients still have a hard time affording it. The federal government won't allow states to cover medical marijuana with Medicaid dollars.

It would work similarly to Bitcoin, except transactions would not be anonymous under the authoritarian government. The Kremlin hopes the currency can help evade U.S. sanctions.




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