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As Oprah Interview Nears, Tensions Rise Between Harry, Meghan And The Royal Family

NPR's Steve Inskeep speaks with British historian Kate Williams about the upcoming broadcast of Oprah Winfrey's CBS interview with Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex.

Australian Man Runs Marathon While Pulling 1.6 Ton Truck

Corey Phillpott finished the marathon in 16 hours and 12 minutes, breaking a record.

Welsh Utility Workers Discover Medieval Tunnel

The workers were excavating a trench when they made their discovery. Now, archeologists have taken over to research the tunnel.
1 min

Fitness Coach Streams His Last Virtual Workout For Kids As Schools Reopen In London

British Fitness instructor Joe Wicks has run an online exercise class that became very popular with families since the early days of the Pandemic. His last session is today.
9 min

U.S. Begins Letting In Migrants At Mexico Refugee Camp

The Biden Administration's reversal of the program known as "Remain in Mexico" does not mean that everyone affected by it gets automatically let into the United States.
3 min

Beijing Prepares Hong Kong Election Laws, Further Erasing Freedoms

Chinese legislators in Beijing are set to overhaul Hong Kong's elections systems. Once semi-autonomous, mainland China has curtailed freedoms in Hong Kong.
11 min

News Brief: Economy Might See Improvement, U.S. Asylum Program, Hong Kong Elections

February job numbers will be released this morning. The Biden administration has ended Trump's "Remain in Mexico" program. And, the Chinese parliament discusses Hong Kong's elections.
3 min

U.S. Job Market Gains Steam As COVID-19 Infection Rates Ease

Forecasters expect today's jobs report to show an uptick in hiring last month, after a disappointing January. The report comes as Congress is weighing another $1.9 trillion in economic aid.