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Fixing the VA
The Department of Veterans Affairs has faced serious challenges in assuring veterans speedy access to health care. Programs the agency set up to do that -- like one allowing vets to seek help from outside the VA system -- have struggled. Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin believes he can fix these issues with help from President Trump and Congress.
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A lot of pregnant women have been going into labor in Iceland. It just so happens to be nine months after Iceland's soccer team stunned England.
A man has finally returned a library book he took from a Montana library in 1982. He also included a $200 donation and an apology.
The Aurora Australis is a display of neon green lights that dance across the southern skies. A plane took off from New Zealand to get a special view.
President Trump's environmental order proposes rolling back regulations. David Greene speaks with John Larsen of the Rhodium Group about the impact those rollbacks could have on emissions levels.
Rachel Martin talks with former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, who is testifying before a Senate committee on the impact a border wall would have on cross-border trade in his state.