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Every weekday for over three decades, NPR's Morning Edition has taken listeners around the country and the world with two hours of multi-faceted stories and commentaries that inform, challenge and occasionally amuse. Morning Edition is the most listened-to news radio program in the country.

Thu, May 5, 2016 -- 3:00am

Recently on Morning Edition:

May 04, 2016
Wildfire Flares In Canada's Oil Sands Region

Rachel Martin speaks with the CBC's Marion Warnica about the wildfires in Alberta, Canada, where authorities have issued a mandatory evacuation order for the 80,000 residents of Fort McMurray.

May 04, 2016
Governor Who Vetoes Many Bills Gets A Dog. Guess Its Name

Maine Gov. Paul LePage, who has vetoed hundreds of measures, has adopted a Jack Russell terrier mix. The governor declared the dog "the mascot of good public policy," and has named it, Veto.

May 04, 2016
10-Year-Old Boy From Finland Hacks Instagram; Gets Rewarded

Facebook, which owns Instagram, pays people who find bugs on its services. When a young hacker found a way to delete other people's comments, he emailed Facebook, and then received $10,000.

May 04, 2016
With Cruz Out Of The GOP Race, Will His Supporters Back Trump?

One of Ted Cruz's most important constituencies in the contest for the presidential nomination was religious conservatives. Rachel Martin talks to Ron Johnson, head of the Indiana Pastors Alliance.

May 04, 2016
Clock Continues To Tick On Flint's Drinking Water Crisis

For more than 2 years, Flint residents have had unsafe drinking water. Steve Inskeep talks to Bishop Bernadel Jefferson of Faith Deliverance Center, a church in Flint, who's fighting for clean water.

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