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The News Roundup — International
A Haitian gang asks for a $17 million ransom. Australia sends a strong message to Ted Cruz.
The News Roundup — Domestic
The Freedom to Vote Act fails. Bannon won't cooperate with Congress.
How Whistleblowers Have Put Big Tech On The Back Foot
As the power of Silicon Valley’s tech companies has grown, so too has the number of people willing to air their dirty laundry.
The Latest on Haiti’s Kidnappings
The FBI is working with Haitian authorities to secure the release of the missionaries and assisting them in the negotiating process.
The Future of The Child Tax Credit
he benefit will end in a few weeks if Congress doesn’t vote to make it permanent.
Stanford’s Former Sailing Coach Speaks Out About The College Admissions Scandal
John Vandemoer talks to us about his new book, "Rigged Justice: How the College Admissions Scandal Ruined an Innocent Man’s life"
From Chili-Eating Contests To Ultramarathons, Why Do We Seek Pain For Pleasure?
Journalist Leigh Cowart interviewed ultramarathoners, spice aficionados, lovers (practitioners) of BDSM, and other pain-seekers about why they do what they do.
The Leaky Legacy Of Dying Natural Gas Wells
Many old oil and gas wells are actually leaking methane, which is much more efficient at heating our atmosphere than carbon dioxide.