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Secretary Of State Mike Pompeo: 'I Have Defended Every State Department Official'

When asked if he owes ousted diplomat Marie Yovanovitch an apology, Secretary of State Pompeo tells All Things Considered host Mary Louise Kelly, "I have defended every state department official."
3 min

More Than 35 Million People In China Are On Travel Lockdown

The threat of the mysterious pneumonia-like ailment called coronavirus has Chinese authorities scrambling to prevent it from spreading. At least 26 people have died.
7 min

Democrats' Final Day To Layout The Case To Remove President Trump

NPR's David Greene talks to NPR's Claudia Grisales and Democratic House impeachment manager Rep. Jason Crow, as lawmakers acting as prosecutors in the Senate impeachment trial wrap up arguments.

Thanks To His Dad, Baby Ryan Covers AC/DC's 'Thunderstruck'

Matt MacMillan spent a year recording his son's coos and laughs. He painstakingly isolated them by pitch and stitched them together. The result is some serious competition for AC/DC.

Scientists Recreate Vocal Tract Of Egyptian Priest Nesyamun

Nesyamun died about 3,000 years ago but archaeologist John Schofield and others used CT scans, 3-D printing and an electronic larynx to recreate a part of the voice of the mummy.
3 min

President Trump Faces Friendly Crowd At March For Life

Trump has addressed the annual march remotely before, but Friday marked the first time a sitting president has spoken in person at the anti-abortion rights event.
2 min

A NASA Engineer Tells 6-Year-Old Nephew To Aim High

Six-year old Jerry Morrison is obsessed with space — a love that intensifies when talking to his uncle, a NASA engineer. "I learned from you a lot," Morrison told him. "More than I could imagine."
6 min

'American Dirt' Author Jeanine Cummins Answers Vocal Critics

NPR's Rachel Martin talks to author Jeanine Cummins, who responds to criticism from Latino writers who say her new novel — American Dirt — is not an accurate portrayal of the migrant experience.
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