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October 19, 2017
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A month after Mexico City's quake, insect die-off, French singer Camille The World's Monica Campbell lost her home to the Mexico City quake a month ago. Now, she's looking for answers about how people can live safely in earthquake-prone areas. Also, a dramatic decline in the number of insects in Germany has scientists worried. Plus, a song about Twix candy bars recorded in a 14th-century French monastery.
Travel ban 3.0, Syria after Raqqa's fall, Yaeji's new song ISIS may be defeated in Raqqa, but what comes next for Syria is still very much up in the air. Also, a college student leaves Puerto Rico for Florida after Hurricane Maria. Plus, remembering Canadian rock legend Gord Downie.
King of spies, fires in Spain and Portugal, Johnny Clegg's final journey The story of the spy who helped the US target bombs during the Korean War. Plus, California's not the only place battling wildfires. Parts of Portugal and Spain are on fire, too. And just how advanced is the scanning tech keeping our ports safe?
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White House chief of staff John Kelly defends Trump over widow remarks Gen John Kelly says he is "broken-hearted" by a lawmaker's criticism of Mr Trump's condolence call.
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Catalan crisis: EU leaders rule out involvement in crisis Donald Tusk says there is no room for "any kind" of mediation or action on Catalonia.
A day in the life, surrounded by federal regulations
Can you name a single federal regulation? Probably not, but they're all around you, from the second you open your eyes in the morning.
Tech companies head to Capitol Hill over politcal ads
Is Congress ready to regulate Facebook and Google?
Pennsylvania?s budget stalemate threatens in-state tuition discounts
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