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December 3, 2016
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PRI's The World: 12/02/2016 Today we hear memories of the Cuban missile crisis on a personal level, from the perspective of a few people who lived it. We also visit a family in North Carolina divided on the matter of immigration. Plus, Fidel Castro once played copy editor to Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
PRI's The World: 12/01/2016 Today we explore what's next for US-Pakistan relations under a President Trump. We also hear about a schoolteacher in Afghanistan who faced down the Taliban. Plus, we bring you the story of a Swedish town that just can't keep a giant straw goat from burning.
PRI's The World: 11/30/2016 The US Supreme Court considers indefinite detention of immigrants. Also, US President-elect Donald Trump's apparent deal to keep manufacturing jobs in Indiana. And, more Danish commuters are now biking into Copenhagen than driving.
World Headlines
Trump breaks US policy stance with direct Taiwan call Donald Trump speaks directly with Taiwan's president - breaking with US policy set in 1979 when ties were cut.
Chapecoense plane crash: Team's home town gathers for memorial service Coffins of those killed in a Colombia plane crash return to Brazil where ceremonies are to be held.
Gambia's Adama Barrow says shock win heralds 'new hope' Property developer Adama Barrow says his shock win of the Gambian poll heralds new hope for the country.
James Mattis as Defense Secretary? One national security expert disagrees
Dr. Erin Simpson respects Mattis, but doesn?t think he?s a good fit for Defense Secretary.
Open that snap, it could be your college acceptance letter
This, and Snapchat glasses that allow you to snap what you're seeing.
Strong job market, but not so much for workers with mid-level skills
Manufacturing jobs are down from October, continuing a long-term trend.
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