Colin Dwyer

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Trump, Netanyahu Have 'Very Nice' Phone Call As Embassy Speculation Swirls

Sunday, January 22, 2017

President Trump spoke with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over the phone Sunday, in their first talk since the inauguration. Trump has signaled a dramatic shift in policy toward Israel.

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Ga. Gov. Declares State Of Emergency; Southeast Hit With Severe Weather

Sunday, January 22, 2017

"These storms have devastated communities and homes in South Central Georgia," Gov. Nathan Deal said in a statement. At least 18 people have died in storms that hit Georgia and Mississippi.

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At Least 39 People Killed After Train Derails In Southeast India

Sunday, January 22, 2017

The overnight incident, which also injured more than 60, is just the latest wreck for a railway system that has become notorious for its deadly derailments. Officials have not yet ruled out foul play.

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Women's Marches Go Global: Postcards From Protests Around The World

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Boston, San Francisco, London, Sydney — D.C.'s massive protest has spawned sister marches in all 50 states and hundreds of cities across seven continents. Here's a glimpse of some of the biggest.

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Women's March Floods Washington, Sparking Rallies Worldwide

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Less than a day after President Trump's inauguration, protesters are taking to the streets to oppose his policies. Between a rally and a march, they aim to call attention to a broad list of demands.

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Police In U.K. Use Stun Gun On Their Own Community Relations Adviser

Friday, January 20, 2017

In a video recorded in Bristol, two officers appear to mistake Judah Adunbi, 63, for a suspect. In fact, Adunbi, a black man, has served to bolster police relations with communities of color.

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In D.C., Group Of Protesters Breaks Windows; Police Use Pepper Spray

Friday, January 20, 2017

One inauguration protest erupted into conflict; officers in riot gear sent a concussive device into the crowd of several hundred. The interim police chief says protests elsewhere have been peaceful.

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Driver Rams Crowd At A Melbourne Mall, Killing At Least 4 People

Friday, January 20, 2017

At least 20 people were injured in the incident, which Australian police said is not terrorism-related. Officers had been pursuing the driver in connection with a stabbing earlier in the day.

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China's First Freight Train To The U.K. Rolls Into London

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

The train, which traveled nearly 7,500 miles, marks a milestone in China's intended revival of the centuries-old Silk Road trade routes linking East and West.

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Orlando Police Arrest Suspect In Officer's Death, Ending Monthlong Manhunt

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Earlier this month, two law enforcement officers died during the search for Markeith Loyd, who was wanted in the murder of a pregnant woman. He was put in the handcuffs of one of the fallen officers.

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In Final Speech As Attorney General, Loretta Lynch Says: 'We Have To Work'

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Lynch told the congregation at a historic church in Birmingham, Ala., that progress cannot be taken for granted, echoing a sentiment she stressed in a Sunday interview with NPR.

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Sparks On The Tracks: Kosovo, Serbia Spar Over Train Stopped At The Border

Sunday, January 15, 2017

A train painted with the words "Kosovo is part of Serbia" was turned back before it crossing the Kosovo border. Kosovar leaders saw the train as a provocation, while Serbians say Kosovars overreacted.

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Iraqi Forces Retake Mosul University From ISIS, Military Spokesman Says

Sunday, January 15, 2017

The capture of the campus marks a crucial step in the bloody, complex fight for the key Iraqi city. But tall challenges still remain for the country's special forces.

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Paris Summit Urges Two-State Solution To Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

Sunday, January 15, 2017

The conference, attended by 70 diplomats including Secretary of State John Kerry, nevertheless did not include leaders from the two sides the diplomats mean to reconcile: Israel and Palestinians.

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What Brings Joy To Your Life? Here's One More Chance To Sell Us On It

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Last month, we asked listeners to write noncommercial ads for the things money can't buy. The responses have been as diverse as they are delightful. But Sunday is the last day to submit your own.

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Jennifer Holliday Won't Be Performing At Trump Inauguration Event After All

Saturday, January 14, 2017

The Broadway singer had accepted an invitation to sing at a welcome event for Donald Trump as a "bi-partisan songbird." By Saturday, she backed out of that decision, "calling it a lapse of judgement."

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WATCH: SpaceX Successfully Launches Falcon 9 Rocket, Months After Blast

Saturday, January 14, 2017

The private space company's Falcon 9 rocket is bearing 10 satellites into orbit. SpaceX's launch came months after a blast wrecked its most recent test.

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Zhou Youguang, Architect Of A Bridge Between Languages, Dies At 111

Saturday, January 14, 2017

In the 1950s, the linguist — then an "amateur" — helped create a system to Romanize Chinese writing. Zhou's system helped boost literacy and diminished the linguistic divide between East and West.

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D.C. National Guard Commander Told To Step Down On Inauguration Day

Friday, January 13, 2017

Maj. Gen. Errol Schwartz says he has been ordered to step down from his command at noon — the minute Donald Trump is scheduled to be sworn in. The move is unusual in the recent history of the force.

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'Urban Myths' Episode With Joseph Fiennes As Michael Jackson Gets Yanked

Friday, January 13, 2017

The half-hour comedy had drawn criticism for months. But it was complaints from Jackson's family that finally led Sky TV to ax it.

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