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The Trump administration has canceled an agreement that would have allowed Cuban baseball players in the U.S. without having to defect first. Officials say the agreement was illegal.
The woman told Secret Service agents she wanted to go to the pool. But she didn't have a swimsuit. Then she said she wanted to attend a "United Nations" event. None was scheduled.
President Trump has threatened to close the U.S. border with Mexico in response to a large number of illegal crossings. A closure would likely hit a wide range of industries, from produce to autos.
People in charge of airplane safety at Seattle-Tacoma International Aiport haven't been paid for a month. On Friday they'll miss their second paychecks.
Steve Inskeep talks to Marc Short, President Trump's former director of legislative affairs, about Trump's proposal to end the government shutdown. NPR's Tamara Keith weighs in on Short's comments.
The FBI Agents Association says that the ongoing partial government shutdown is causing all manner of hardships for its members in the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
David Greene talks to commentator and columnist Cokie Roberts, who answers listener questions about the history of presidents and their relationship with strong speakers of the House.
Democrats and immigrant rights advocates say the president's proposal to end the shutdown contains big changes to asylum law that they're calling a "poison pill."
Themes included healing and thriving, peace through justice and local calls to action.