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  1. Former Defense Secretary Rumsfeld Thought War On Terror Would Be Easily Won : NPR

    After a six-year fight with the Department of Defense, the researchers at the National Security Archive obtained thousands of memos written by former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with Nate Jones, director of the archive’s Freedom of Information Act Project, about what the memos reveal.


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  2. Turkey Has Attacked A Syrian City Controlled By Kurdish Forces : NPR

    Over the weekend, Turkish troops crossed the border into Syria, to attack the Kurdish city of Afrin. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with Omer Taspinar of the Brookings Institution about what this latest development means for the ongoing Syrian civil war.


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  3. These Movies Once Had Oscar Buzz But Lost It : NPR

    The Oscar nominations come out tomorrow — and there are plenty of movies that won’t make the cut. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with entertainment reporter Joe Reid about 2017’s top movies that once had Oscar buzz but lost it.


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  4. Why ‘Legal Immigration’ Doesn’t Apply To Early Immigrants To The U.S. : NPR

    NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with Kevin Jennings, president of the Tenement Museum in New York City, about why the phrase "legal immigration" does not apply to early immigrants to the U.S., who came to this country before immigration laws were enacted.


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  5. How A Massive Pay Gap Occurred In The ‘All The Money In The World’ Reshoot : NPR

    NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with USA Today’s Andrea Mandell, who broke the story about Mark Walhberg being paid $1.5 million for the reshoot of All the Money in the World while his co-star, Michelle Williams, was paid less than $1,000.


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  6. Will Sending North Korean Athletes To The Winter Olympics Change Relations? : NPR

    NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with Tina Park, executive director of the Canadian Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, about whether sending North Korean athletes to the winter Olympics in South Korea, signals any significant change in relations.


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  7. How Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s Views Have Changed Under Trump : NPR

    As a Montana politician, Ryan Zinke, had a reputation as a conservationist conservative. That’s changed since he became Secretary of the Interior. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with Outside Magazine’s Elliott Woods about his profile: "Ryan Zinke Is Trump’s Attack Dog on the Environment."


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  8. How Repealing Net Neutrality Could Affect Schools’ Internet Access : NPR

    If the Federal Communications Commission chooses to repeal net neutrality regulations, it could affect access to the Internet for schools across the country. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks to Richard Culatta, CEO of the International Society for Technology in Education, about the potential impact on classrooms if net neutrality is repealed.


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  9. GOP Women Confront Sexual Misbehavior By Politicians : NPR

    Senator Al Franken resigned Thursday after multiple sexual harassment allegations against him. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks to Katie Packer Beeson, Mitt Romney’s former campaign manager, about sexual harassment on Capitol Hill.


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  10. How The U.S. Has Been Working To Disrupt The Opium Trade In Afghanistan : NPR

    The United Nations says this year’s opium crop in Afghanistan is on pace to be the highest on record. NPR’s Kelly McEvers talks with former Drug Enforcement Administration special agent Kevin Hartmann about the various U.S. initiatives in Afghanistan to disrupt the opium trade in past years.


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