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Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, speaks to reporters on Wednesday in Brussels. He told British Prime Minister Theresa May that an extension for withdrawal from the EU is possible, but with a caveat. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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On The Brink Of Brexit, PM Theresa May Pushes For Extension With EU Support

The European Council President said a delay of three months is possible. But U.K. lawmakers would have to approve terms of separation that May has already unsuccessfully proposed to them.

The German headquarters of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei in Duesseldorf, Germany. The U.S. says it may stop sharing intelligence with Germany if it adopts Huawei's 5G technology. Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters hide caption

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Despite U.S. Pressure, Germany Refuses To Exclude Huawei's 5G Technology

The U.S. says it may stop sharing intelligence with Germany if it adopts Chinese firm Huawei's 5G technology. But the threats haven't swayed Germany, which says it can set its own security standards.

Despite U.S. Pressure, Germany Refuses To Exclude Huawei's 5G Technology

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Property manager Zach Paris and members of Aspen Ski Patrol inspect new avalanche runs. This snow slide is one of more than 3,000 avalanches to have taken place this winter in Colorado. Zoe Rom/Aspen Public Radio hide caption

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Avalanche Forecasters Say Rocky Mountain Region Now At Higher Risk

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Avalanche forecasters in Colorado say it's going to be a bad year. They're predicting the highest danger level for snow slides since they began forecasting in 1973.

Deadly violence from a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., shook the nation back in 2017. Since then, city leaders have struggled to define what public discourse should look like as once marginalized voices increase demands for change. Justin T. Gellerson for NPR hide caption

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'Hear Me By Any Means Necessary' — Charlottesville Is Forced To Redefine Civility

After a deadly white supremacist rally in 2017 in the city of Charlottesville, Va., once-marginalized voices are demanding to be heard by the City Council. That has led to a debate over civility.

'Hear Me By Any Means Necessary': Charlottesville Is Forced To Redefine Civility

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