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January 18, 2017
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Chelsea Manning's case, Chinese opioid drugs, a family split by immigration status President Barack Obama defends his decision to commute Chelsea Manning's sentence. Also, how Chinese drugs are fueling the US opioid epidemic. Plus, an Obama staffer from Argentina looks back on her White House experience.
Antibiotic-resistant superbugs, Chinese leader wows, biking the inaugural Today, we begin with a look at concerns that antibiotic-resistant infections are becoming more common. Then, we'll hear about how Britain's prime minister favors a "clean break" from the European Union. Plus, go for a bike ride down the inaugural parade route with Denmark's ambassador in Washington.
Different perspectives on MLK Day, Europe's NATO anxiety, Italian beer beyond Peroni Today, we hear about a rabbi who marched with Martin Luther King, Jr. Plus, how one immigrant first learned about Dr. King in India. And in Italy, the craft beer movement is growing.
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Gambia's President Jammeh refuses to leave office as deadline passes Yahya Jammeh refuses to step aside for Adama Barrow as regional troops remain poised at the border.
Istanbul Reina attack suspect says nightclub was chosen at random The man suspected of killing 39 people on New Year's Eve says the venue was not his initial target.
Climate change: Data shows 2016 likely to be warmest year yet Temperature data for 2016 shows it is likely to have edged ahead of 2015 as the world's warmest year.
Will U.S. contribution to U.N. Green Climate Fund be its last?
The Obama administration contributes another half a billion dollars.
Aluminum lawsuit underscores troubled trade relations between U.S. and China
This case could provide more fodder for the president-elect's plans.
Japan standardizes toilet buttons to accommodate foreign tourists
High-tech toilets, while impressive, are often difficult to understand.
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