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Protests broke out in several cities across Brazil overnight, and there were clashes in front of the presidential palace.
Mar. 17, 2016
"Let me be blunt," Gov. Rick Snyder told a House panel. "This was a failure of government at all levels. Local, state, and federal officials — we all failed the families of Flint."
Mar. 17, 2016
The mathematics problem he solved had been lingering since 1637 – and he first read about it when he was just 10 years old, during a visit to the library.
Mar. 17, 2016
The "r" word is gone, but the ways we refer to people with disabilities shape our perceptions and behavior.
Mar. 17, 2016
Black lesbian women have long endured a stigma of violence, and the roots of this perception go way back.
Mar. 17, 2016
The Irish have a long history in the country. And in case you were wondering, Guinness stout is the second most popular beer.
Mar. 17, 2016
Too much THC can land you in the hospital. But testing pastries and candies made with marijuana also can can gum up lab equipment. One group of scientists thinks they've got a solution.
Mar. 17, 2016
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission wants to seize a 6-foot-long pet reptile — they say he's just too big. But he isn't a normal alligator says his owner, Mary Thorn of Lakeland, Fla.
Mar. 17, 2016
British youth are increasingly opting to stay home over clubbing and drinking. Recent consumer numbers also show Keurig-style coffee pods and nail polish are on their way in.
Mar. 17, 2016
"We have a pip in process!" says an update from the American Eagle Foundation. The bird could fully emerge in the next 12-48 hours.
Mar. 17, 2016
In an agreement with The Humane Society of the United States, the theme park will also phase out the use of the giant marine mammals in theatrical shows.
Mar. 17, 2016
To learn more about President Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court, Renee Montagne talks to one of his former law clerks. Sam Erman clerked for Judge Garland starting in 2009 and later served Supreme Court Justices John Paul Stevens and Anthony Kennedy. Erman now teaches at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.
Mar. 17, 2016
The Federal Communications Commission is proposing, for the first time, privacy regulations for Internet service providers. The goal is to let consumers decide what information about them gets collected and how it's used.
Mar. 17, 2016
The FBI wants Apple to unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. Morning Edition wants to hear what questions listeners have about the ongoing legal dispute, and we'll answer them on a later show.
Mar. 17, 2016
Renee Montagne talks to Senator Orrin Hatch, who says the next Supreme Court nominee shouldn't be named until after the next presidential election. If roles were reversed, he thinks Democrats would not go along with filling a justice seat in the middle of an election.
Mar. 17, 2016
Congressional hearings have been looking into the lead-tainted water in Flint, Michigan. Mary Louise Kelly talks to former Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley, who was in charge when the city switched from Detroit's water supple to the Flint River.
Mar. 17, 2016
There are more developments this week in a bizarre international bank heist that involves a sophisticated cyberattack into the central banking system of Bangladesh. Hackers siphoned out $100 million before they were stopped.
Mar. 17, 2016
Very little is known about the foreign policy plans of Donald Trump. His campaign has not released the names of any advisers. Mary Louise Kelly talks to Richard Haass (Hoss), president of the Council on Foreign Relations, who has met with Donald Trump.
Mar. 17, 2016
Gov. Snyder will sit before a congressional committee on Thursday to explain how the water in a major city in his state became undrinkable.
Mar. 17, 2016
The Supreme Court vacancy means more TV ads, robocalls and the like from conservative and liberal advocacy groups.
Mar. 17, 2016

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