News : NPR 2 April 2018

Mexico's Foreign Minister Cites 'Facts' After Trump Slams Mexico Over Migration

Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray Caso is rejecting claims that his country allows "caravans" of migrants to pass into the U.S.

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In Ethiopia, A New Ban On Foreign Adoptions Is About National Pride

Critics worry the ban will leave more children on the streets. But supporters say Ethiopia can and should take care of its own. "Even if we are poor, it's better to be with our society," says one.

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Family In SUV May Have Intentionally Driven Off Cliff, Police Say

Authorities believe the Hart family, two married women and six adopted children, were in the vehicle when it plunged off a cliff along California's scenic Highway 1.

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In Florida, Cities Challenge State On Gun Regulation Laws

Florida law doesn't just ban local governments from regulating guns, it threatens to fine and remove from office any local officials who do so.

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Scary Bunnies And Sean Spicer: A History Of The White House Easter Egg Roll

The official Easter Egg Roll began at the White House in 1878. It's unclear when the terrifying costumes were introduced.

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'Jesus Christ Superstar' Brings Strong Voices To A Familiar Story

NBC put on a "live concert" performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Jesus Christ Superstar Sunday night, which soared on the voices of John Legend and Broadway's Brandon Victor Dixon.

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Scientists Say You May Live Longer By Severely Restricting Calories

Scientists have long been fascinated with whether dramatic restrictions in the amount of food we eat can help us live longer. New research suggests it might, but the question is, is it worth it?

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Failure To Save A Child In Wartime Inspires Wound-Healing Tech

As a soldier, Kit Parker saw horrific injuries. As a scientist, he led an effort to create high-tech dressings that speed healing and reduce scarring.

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Notre Dame Crowned Women's Basketball Champs After Buzzer Beater

With 0.1 seconds left on the clock, guard Arike Ogunbowale hit a 3-pointer to give Notre Dame the NCAA championship over Mississippi State 61-58 Sunday night in Columbus, Ohio.

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Steven Bochco, Creator Of 'Hill Street Blues' And 'NYPD Blue,' Dies At 74

The legendary producer is widely credited with bringing television dramas to a new level of grit and realism.

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