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Trump Stories: The Apprentice

Omarosa Manigault Newman has a new book. What about those tapes? We re-visit an episode from our "Trump Stories" season.

Trump Stories: The Apprentice

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Outside the Supreme Court, people protest the ruling upholding President Donald Trump's travel ban on June 26, 2018. Under President Trump's order, people from seven countries - most of them majority Muslim - cannot obtain visas to enter the U.S unless they obtain a waiver. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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The Waiver

President Trump's travel ban has been upheld by the Supreme Court. People from the seven banned countries can still come to the U.S. if they get a special "waiver." So far, few people have gotten them. We follow one Yemeni family as they try to get a waiver to escape a civil war. Supreme Court audio in this episode comes from Oyez.

The Waiver

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President Obama meets with advisors in the Oval Office to discuss Syria, in this official White House photo. Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes, seen here speaking into the ear of Chief Of Staff Denis McDonough, has described the internal White House decision-making on Syria in a new memoir. Pete Souza/Official White House Photo hide caption

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The Red Line

From 2011-2013, Kelly covered the war in Syria, where people would ask, "Why won't the U.S. intervene?" Then came a chemical attack, ordered by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, that killed more than 1,000 people, and the U.S. almost intervened, but didn't. Now, a new book tells why.

The Red Line

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Police Videos: North Miami

Police shoot the wrong guy. A collaboration with WNYC Studios and their podcast Aftereffect.

Police Videos: North Miami

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The Apology Broker

This week, an episode from NPR's Rough Translation podcast.

The Apology Broker

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Coal Stories 5

It's been a year and a half. Gary, Kyle, and Brad move on.

Coal Stories 5

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Coal Stories 4

We meet someone new. Derek.

Coal Stories 4

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Coal Stories 3

It's not all about Trump. Kyle makes progress. Gary has decisions to make. Brad makes a change.

Coal Stories 3

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Coal Stories 2

After the election. The price of a certain kind of coal goes up. People's lives start changing. Some think it's because of Trump.

Coal Stories 2

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Coal Stories 1

The "war on coal." Getting Appalachia wrong. Which side are you on? What it's like to live a decline.

Coal Stories 1

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