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GOP Tweaks Current Effort To Replace Obamacare Mary Louise Kelly talks to Sen. Ron Johnson, a chief sponsor of the GOP health care proposal, about efforts to get the needed votes to pass it. NPR's Susan Davis analyzes Johnson's comments.
Doctored Photo Shows Saudi Arabia's King Faisal Sitting Next To Yoda A textbook has a photo of the king taken in 1945 sitting next to Yoda. The artist who superimposed the <em>Star Wars</em> character said he has no idea how his art accidentally showed up in a textbook.
Civil Rights Milestone: 'Little Rock 9' At 60 Monday marks the 60th anniversary of the controversial and historic desegregation of schools in Little Rock, Arkansas. Some are celebrating the milestone. Others say more progress is needed.
Earthquake In Mexico Hit Churches Hard in Puebla State The central Mexican town of Cholula is rich in colonial architecture and home to many churches. It's said there are actually 365 — one for every day of the year. But many were damaged by the quake.
U.S. Demonstrates Show Of Military Force In The Skies Near North Korea Days after President Trump and North Korean leaders swapped threats, the U.S. made a show of military force near the Korean peninsula. Robert Daly, a former diplomat, talks with David Greene.
Democratic Sen. Wyden On Revisions To Latest GOP Health Care Bill The Senate Finance Committee on Monday holds the only public hearing on the Graham-Cassidy health care bill. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Sen. Ron Wyden and NPR's Susan Davis about the measure.
Political Subplot Overshadows Sunday's NFL Games Jesse Washington of The Undefeated tells David Greene how pro football players reacted to President Trump telling them they should be "fired" if they knelled in protest during the national anthem.
Right-Wing Party Wins Historic Gains In German Election For the first time in 60 years, a right-wing political party will sit in Parliament. Germany's chancellor made it clear that her center-right Christian Democratic Union will not partner with AfD.
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