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The "Wet Foot-Dry Foot" Policy
Cuban migrants are journeying by sea to the United States in droves. It's a dangerous voyage. If they make it, authorities let them in. But if they're caught on the way, they're sent back. As Cuba and the US normalize relations, some are concerned that this special arrangement is in jeopardy.
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A Mississippi county temporarily banned clowns, given a rash of clown sightings. The Japanese Doll Association complained to Universal Studios Japan — insisting there's nothing creepy about dolls.
During the last presidential debate, Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton "such a nasty woman." Following Trump's comment, Spotify streams of Janet Jackson's 1986 song "Nasty" increased 250 percent.
The White House says it plans to retaliate against Russia for cyberattacks. Cybersecurity has been a constant issue on the campaign trail. No candidate professes to have expertise in this policy area.
With the final presidential debate over, where does the race stand now, and what can we expect in the remaining days?
Alexander Vershbow, NATO's deputy secretary general, tweeted as his term ended: "As I leave NATO I hope Russia will return to the rules-based European security system." He talks with Steve Inskeep.