Martin Kaste Martin Kaste is a correspondent on NPR's National desk.

Trump At Odds With Local Chicago Leaders On Response To Gun Violence

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How Police Investigate Sex Crimes

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In the aftermath of the Las Vegas mass shooting, there were widespread calls to ban "bump stocks," a device attached to a semiautomatic rifle to speed up the firing rate. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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The Politics Of Bump Stocks, 1 Year After Las Vegas Shooting

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Thousands of Berliners come to Tempelhof on warm summer evenings, but there's always room for more. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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The Site Of The Berlin Airlift Now Serves As Refugee Shelter And Big Open Park

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For Local Cops In Germany, No Talk Of 'Sanctuary Cities'

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German Soccer Player Says He Quit National Team Because Of Racism

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Trump Tops Agenda At Merkel Press Conference

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NPR's Foreign Correspondents On Trump's Criticism Of Europe's Immigration Policy

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Some Germans Think President Trump Is Affecting Their Domestic Politics

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President Trump Criticizes Germany For Pipeline Deal With Russia

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LAPD Deputy Chief Dennis Kato tracks crime statistics in near real time and searches across databases using new, more powerful analytics tools. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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How Data Analysis Is Driving Policing

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In this video, Amazon's Ranju Das demonstrates real-time facial recognition to an audience. It shows video from a traffic cam that he said was provided by the city of Orlando, where police have been trying the technology out. Amazon Web Services Korea via YouTube/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Orlando Police Testing Amazon's Real-Time Facial Recognition

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Okanogan County Chief Criminal Deputy Steve Brown surveys the debris left over from an illegal pot farm that had masqueraded as a legal operation. Martin Kaste/NPR hide caption

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Despite Legalization, Marijuana Black Market Hides In Plain Sight

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