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North Korea Seen Lining Up Military Aircraft For Possible Show

Satellite images shared exclusively with NPR show North Korean fighters and helicopters massed at a single airbase. It could be another sign of escalating tensions.

Legend has it that some University of Michigan fans defaced the statue sometime in the 1960s, and that led to members of the Michigan State University band and other students, sitting vigil. Alec Gerstenberger/WKAR hide caption

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At Michigan State, Students Protect Their Mascot From Mischievous Rivals

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Sahar Nowrouzzadeh speaking at an event at Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center. A report released by the State Department's Inspector General on Thursday found that Nowrouzzadeh was improperly removed from her government post after articles attempting to smear her appeared on conservative websites. Benn Craig/Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center hide caption

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Watchdog Report: Trump Official Punished Public Servant Over Her Iranian Heritage

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Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch arrives on Capitol Hill on Oct. 11 to appear before lawmakers in closed-door questioning related to the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. Melina Mara/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Impeachment Inquiry

Yovanovitch, Ex-Ambassador To Ukraine, Will Testify In Trump Impeachment Hearing

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Yovanovitch, Ex-Ambassador To Ukraine, Will Testify In Trump Impeachment Hearing

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Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, has joined the House Intelligence Committee to bolster the Republican defense of President Trump in the impeachment inquiry. Mhari Shaw/NPR hide caption

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Rep. Jordan On Giuliani's Role In Ukraine Strategy: Trump Can 'Have Who He Wants'

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North Korea Seen Lining Up Military Aircraft For Possible Show

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A family from Washington, D.C., participates in a Game of Thrones tour in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in August 2015. Charles McQuillan/Getty Images hide caption

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'Rain Or Cold, They Keep Coming': 'Game Of Thrones' Fans Tour Northern Ireland

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