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April 28, 2017
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Misunderstanding the US-Mexico relationship, meth's new frontier, a Chinese tycoon gets red-flagged Under President Donald Trump, what is America's role in Mexico's drug war? And what would be at stake if NAFTA were eliminated? Also, a Chinese billionaire and a member of Trump's Mar-a-Lago club is wanted by Interpol for his knowledge about corruption back in China. Plus, a herd of reindeer trekking through the tundra is the new "must see" show on Norway's "Slow TV" channel.
Foreign aid takes a hit, Coke and Pepsi team up to fix Mexico's water problems, and a rhino takes to Tinder On the show today, two former directors of USAID, one a Democrat and one a Republican, weigh in on Donald Trump's plans to slash foreign aid. Plus, we'll tell you about a water project in Monterrey, Mexico that's bringing two big corporate rivals together. And we introduce you to the hottest endangered white rhino on the dating app, Tinder. His name is Sudan, and he loves to eat grass and chill out in the mud.
Three Americans in North Korean detention, Trump wants to get to Mars, El Chapo hates his American prison Amid all the threatening nuclear talk from North Korea, the detention of three Americans by North Korea is not getting much attention. Also, Mexican drug lord El Chapo isn't too happy with his prison digs in New York. Plus, a perspective on climate change from the point of view of a mussel.
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Trump fears 'major, major conflict' with North Korea The US president also says China's Xi Jinping is "trying very hard" to end the North Korea crisis.
Trump: I miss my old life Donald Trump has spoken about what he misses about his life before he was president.
Woman shot in London anti-terror operation A woman in her 20s is shot by police, and six people are arrested, as part of an anti-terror operation in London and Kent.
Alexandra Elbakyan's Sci-Hub is 'hacktivism on a grand scale'
Should we be able to access academic articles without paywalls?
How hacktivism intersects with the law
Activists are using technology, sometimes illegally, to promote social and political change. What kind of legal backlash do they face?
Founder of hacker group LulzSec explains the chaos of hacktivism
?Did I help the cause or did I hurt the cause?? asks Hector Monsegur, otherwise known by his hacker handle Sabu.
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