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Just off Key West, undeveloped Wisteria Island — long home to a ragtag community — is at the center of a legal fight. The U.S. government and a Florida developer are fighting over ownership.

Graduates of historically black or predominantly Hispanic colleges might be paying more to borrow money because of where they went to school, according to a report from a financial watchdog.

NPR's Noel King talks to Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who delivered the English-language, Democratic Party's response to President Trump's State of the Union address Tuesday night.

Shops that sell Kobe Bryant merchandise have seen a spike in sales in the wake of his death. Now they're making a choice: profit from tragedy or keep Bryant's merchandise accessible to the public.

While predicting "total vindication," the president's personal attorney criticized Republican senators who have questioned Trump's actions, saying they don't "understand the facts."

"America used to be a beacon of freedom, liberty and anti-corruption efforts. Now a lot of Ukrainians feel like ... we are by ourselves," says a Ukrainian political commentator.

The State of the Union gets massive television ratings. This year, President Trump will deliver it a day before senators vote on whether to remove him from office.

The first-term Democrat from El Paso, Texas, was thrust into the spotlight last year because of the Trump administration's immigration policies and a mass shooting that targeted Latinos.

Moi ruled Kenya for nearly a quarter century from 1978 to 2002, a period marked by repression, widespread corruption and economic stagnation.

An art installation in Chicago honors gun violence victims and its organizers hope to make it a national monument. They want to bring widespread attention to what they consider another epidemic.




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