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The Friday News Roundup for April 19, 2019

Parts of the Mueller report are finally made public. New rules for asylum seekers could keep thousands in jail. And prosecutors accuse doctors of prescribing opioids in exchange for cash or sex.

Around the world, Libya worries the West. France fights back after a fire. And in London, a climate change protest gets very sticky.

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The Friday News Roundup for April 19, 2019

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Twenty Years Later, A Look At Columbine, Then And Now

Twenty years ago, two teenagers murdered a dozen students and one teacher at Columbine High School in Colorado.

For this special broadcast, we looked at Columbine's legacy. Leigh Paterson of KUNC Public Media and Guns & America shared her reporting, which includes conversations with Columbine survivors, school administrators and activists.

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Twenty Years Later, A Look At Columbine, Then And Now

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French Ambassador To The U.S. On The Future Of Notre Dame

"There has been an outpouring of support from around the globe," French ambassador Gérard Araud told us.

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French Ambassador To The U.S. On The Future Of Notre Dame

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Rosanne Cash On Art And Activism

Rosanne Cash talks to us about her music, how she broke into the industry and her advocacy.

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Rosanne Cash On Art And Activism

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Watch The Throne(s)

Why does it seem like everyone is watching "Game of Thrones" these days? What's so compelling about the series?

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Watch The Throne(s)

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The Friday News Roundup for April 12, 2019

Arrests in the U.K. and Sudan, administrative shakeups at the Department of Homeland Security and elections in Israel and India.

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The Friday News Roundup for April 12, 2019

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What's The Breaking Point At The Border?

How much immigration should we allow into the United States? And who should be allowed in? We talk about it with conservative writer David Frum and the founder of "Define American," Jose Antonio Vargas.

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What's The Breaking Point At The Border?

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Historian Robert Caro On Power And Why He Still Writes Longhand

The venerated author of "The Power Broker" joins us to talk about his new book, "Working."

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Historian Robert Caro On Power And Why He Still Writes Longhand

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Is It Miller Time? Nielsen Gets Nudged Out

What's ahead for the Department of Homeland Security and for President Trump's immigration agenda?

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Is It Miller Time? Nielsen Gets Nudged Out

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1A Across America: Hurricane Harvey Recovery Tests Faith In Government

It's been more than a year since Hurricane Harvey devastated the city of Houston. Our Across America team travelled to Texas to see how the city has recovered... and how it hasn't.

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1A Across America: Hurricane Harvey Recovery Tests Faith In Government

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