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A new interim report from the House Oversight Committee details Trump administration officials' efforts to transfer nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia. Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, pictured here, visited the U.S. in March 2017. Andrew Cabellero-Reynolds/AP hide caption

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Trump Officials Tried To Rush Nuclear Technology To Saudis, House Panel Finds

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Karl Lagerfeld acknowledges applause following a Chanel show in Paris in 2013. Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images hide caption

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Fashion Designer Karl Lagerfeld Dies

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Innerspace The Apples In Stereo
As Needed Beirut
Circling Four Tet
The Hardest Button to Button The White Stripes
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Ginsburg, sketched here with the rest of the Supreme Court last year, worked from home on the cases the court heard in January. On Tuesday, she returned to the bench. Dana Verkouteren/AP hide caption

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Justice Ginsburg Appears Strong In First Appearance At Supreme Court This Year

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Brothers On the Slide [Dub Mix] Nightmares on Wax
Muy Tranquilo Gramatik

Kelcei Williams says Year Up helped her realize that her previous jobs actually gave her a bunch of transferable skills. She's a team leader. She learns fast. And she can solve problems on the spot. Amr Alfiky/NPR hide caption

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Resume Issues? Need An Internship? This Organization Can Help

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The Fear The Shins
Pick Up Bastien Keb
Nights Off Siriusmo
Ash (feat. M. Takara & Marcelo Cabral) DJ Mako

Chinese scientist He Jiankui speaks at a human genome editing summit in Hong Kong on Nov. 28, 2018. He announced an experiment on twins that raised a range of ethical questions and prompted China's government to vow to punish him. Anthony Wallace/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Gene-Editing Scientist's 'Actions Are A Product Of Modern China'

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Invisible The Broken Keys
His Girl The Budos Band
Outro Outlines/Irfane

The title of Greg Ward's latest album, Stomping Off From Greenwood, refers to a street where Ward lived on Chicago's South Side. Diana Quiñones Rivera/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Greg Ward's New Album 'Feels Like A Walk Home' And A Tribute To Chicago

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Stardust (feat. Matt Gold, Dave Miller, Matt Ulery & Quin Kirchner) Greg Ward Presents Rogue Parade
Malunguinho Abayomy Afrobeat Orquestra

The Air Force is in charge of some military space activities, such as an X-37B experimental robotic space plane, shown here as it was launched by a rocket. John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Trump Pushes Ahead With 'Space Force' Despite Hurdles

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Alex Honnold's ascent of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park — without ropes or safety equipment — was the subject of the documentary film Free Solo. Jimmy Chin/National Geographic hide caption

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The Documentary Is In — And Enjoying — An 'Undeniable Golden Age'

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(I've Got) Trouble in Mind The Limiñanas
Calypso Bop The Emanons

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