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Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.
Aug. 6, 2017
Germany has strict laws against using symbols, insignia or forms of greeting from "unconstitutional organizations."
Aug. 6, 2017
A visitor to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London says she was chided for public breastfeeding. As she pointed out on Twitter, the museum seemed fine with other bosoms — ones made of marble.
Aug. 6, 2017
The political crisis in Venezuela is in a spiral following last Sunday's vote to elect a constituent assembly, which consolidated President Nicolás Maduro's control.
Aug. 6, 2017
Real-Estate agents, knowingly or not, can sway families' opinions on schools. So, school officials in Pasadena, Calif., decided to ask agents to help build a better district image.
Aug. 6, 2017
On Aug. 6, 1945, the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Now, Japan, the U.S. and other nations grapple with calls for global disarmament amid the threat posed by North Korea.
Aug. 6, 2017
Until recently, some muckraking journalists were able to investigate and even bring down allegedly corrupt officials. Government censorship and commercial pressures now make such reporting difficult.
Aug. 6, 2017
Climate change is complicating the lives of subsistence rice farmers in Madagascar. For years, the wet and dry seasons arrived predictably. No more. To survive, farmers are looking to diversify.
Aug. 6, 2017
Construction of new, modern reactors seemed to herald a new era of nuclear power expansion in the U.S. Now all but one of those projects have been canceled.
Aug. 6, 2017
The FBI said the explosion was from an improvised explosive device. No one was injured, but an imam's office was badly damaged.
Aug. 6, 2017
The new sanctions will cut about $1 billion, or a third, of North Korea's export revenue. North Korea tested two intercontinental ballistic missiles last month, which could potentially reach the U.S.
Aug. 6, 2017
Corrosive substances are increasingly used as weapons in the U.K., especially in London, which had more than 450 attacks in 2016.
Aug. 6, 2017
One day, the president signed a bill sanctioning Russia and acknowledged interference in the 2016 election. The next day, he told supporters in West Virginia "the Russia story is a total fabrication."
Aug. 6, 2017
It's a pestilence that strikes goats, sheep and other small ruminants in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. It can wipe out nearly an entire herd. Now there's a vaccine campaign to wipe the virus out.
Aug. 6, 2017
The Arizona chef, widely regarded as the father of the modern artisanal pizza movement, weaves threads of memory, tradition and family in a book that reflects his evolution as a chef and restaurateur.
Aug. 6, 2017
Fox News has suspended the co-host of its nightly program The Fox News Specialists while it investigates reports that he sent lewd messages to three female colleagues.
Aug. 5, 2017
The 95-year-old TV producer and writer says he cannot celebrate "at a White House that has no interest in supporting the Arts and Humanities."
Aug. 5, 2017
Wyndham Lathem and Andrew Warren surrendered on Friday in California and are facing first-degree murder charges.
Aug. 5, 2017
After six months of no major legislative achievements, and amid sliding poll numbers, President Trump is working to keep his loyal supporters behind him with a return to the culture wars.
Aug. 5, 2017
Most service members were rescued but three remain unaccounted for after their aircraft entered the water.
Aug. 5, 2017

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