News : NPR 6 April 2018

The Man Who Spent $100K To Remove A Lie From Google

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In A Border Region Where Immigrants Are Wary, A Health Center Travels To Its Patients

The staff of a health center in New York State noticed that farm workers were struggling to get to clinics. So the staff decided to bring check-ups to them — through video.

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Trump And Muslims: A Warming Abroad, A Cooling At Home

President Trump is strengthening partnerships with Muslim nations in the Middle East, but antagonizing U.S. Muslims with his choice of a new national security adviser and secretary of state.

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U.S. Economy Added Only 103,000 Jobs In March

The American job market recorded its 90th consecutive month of net growth in March — but growth was much slower than analysts had expected.

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U.S. Hits Russian Oligarchs And Officials With Sanctions Over Election Interference

The Trump administration is laying sanctions on 38 Russian oligarchs, government officials and business entities, citing "the Kremlin's malign agenda."

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As Vermont's Milk Industry Continues To Free Fall, Canadian Dairies Are Thriving

Dairy farmers on the U.S. side say they're getting paid less than what it costs to produce the milk. The Canadian system balances milk supply with consumer demand through production quotas.

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'Concerned' Evangelicals Plan To Meet With Trump As Sex Scandals Swirl

Trump denies knowledge of a payment to a porn star to cover up a sexual encounter. Evangelical leaders, worried about the midterms, have arranged a meeting with the president at Trump's D.C. hotel.

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South Korea's Ex-President Sentenced To 24 Years For Corruption

Former President Park Geun-hye was convicted and sentenced Friday in a corruption scandal. Park, who says she's a victim of "political revenge," has one week to appeal.

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