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Friday, February 15th, 2019

President Trump says he will sign a border funding compromise to avert a shutdown, but will also declare a national emergency in order to build a border wall. Also, Amazon cancels plans for a New York headquarters.

Friday, February 15th, 2019

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Up First Special: One Year After The Parkland Shooting

One year after the shooting claimed 17 lives in Parkland, Fla., many are still angry with Broward County Schools superintendent. Marjory Stoneman Douglas senior Patrick Petty lost his sister in the attack, but he said his belief in the Second Amendment is stronger than ever.

Up First Special: One Year After The Parkland Shooting

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Thursday, February 14th, 2019

A judge rules ex-Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied in the Russia probe. And it's been a year since the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida. We check in on how the community has been healing. Also, a former Air Force counterintelligence officer is charged with giving secrets to Iran.

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

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Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

President Trump is not happy with a border security deal, but thinks a government shutdown is unlikely. Mexican drug lord "El Chapo" is convicted on all charges. What's the reaction in Mexico? And, many migrant children are sent to one massive Florida shelter — what's happening inside?

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

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Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

Congressional negotiators say they've come to an "agreement in principle" on border security to avoid another government shutdown. And at his rally in El Paso, Texas, President Trump says he's building the wall regardless of what's in the deal. Also, we look at how a change in firearms policy at Dick's Sporting Goods following the Parkland school shooting has impacted the company.

Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

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Monday, February 11th, 2019

Under fire for different controversies, both Virginia's governor and lieutenant governor say they will not step down. And we check in on talks on a border security deal as President Trump heads to El Paso, Texas. Also, the latest from Venezuela's ongoing political crisis.

Monday, February 11th, 2019

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BONUS: How The CIA Overthrew Iran's Democracy In 4 Days

The United States and Iran have a long history of animosity, but when did this start? Much of it can be traced to four days in August 1953, when the U.S. overthrew Iran's democratically elected prime minister. We're sharing a bonus episode of NPR's new history podcast, Throughline.

BONUS: How The CIA Overthrew Iran's Democracy In 4 Days

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Friday, February 8th, 2019

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is accusing the National Enquirer's parent company of extortion. Also, the Supreme Court has temporarily blocked implementation of a Louisiana abortion law and we look at the Democratic agenda in Congress.

Friday, February 8th, 2019

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Thursday, February 7th, 2019

Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez unveils her environmental plan on Thursday. Multiple political scandals envelop Virginia. And, an update on the Camp Fire which destroyed the town of Paradise, Calif.

Thursday, February 7th, 2019

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Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

Analysis from President Trump's first State of the Union address to a divided government. Investigators are taking a close look at the president's inauguration committee. Also, the Pope acknowledges the sexual abuse of Catholic nuns.

Wednesday, February 6th, 2019

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