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Trump Crowd Size Estimate May Involve 'The Power Of Positive Thinking'

Jan. 22
Tamara Keith / NPR

President Donald Trump has praised the preaching of Norman Vincent Peale, who wrote, "a confident and optimistic thought pattern can modify or overcome the fact altogether."

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Doctors And Nurses Of Aleppo Wonder What To Do Next

Jan. 22
Maanvi Singh / NPR

They took tremendous risks to treat the wounded. Now they've fled the Syrian city and face an uncertain future.

Stormy Weather Keeps Drenching San Diego Area

Stormy Weather Keeps Drenching San Diego Area

Jan. 22
By City News Service

The third in a series of storms arrives Sunday.

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Georgia Gov. Declares State Of Emergency As Severe Weather Sweeps Southeast

Jan. 22
Colin Dwyer / NPR

"These storms have devastated communities and homes in South Central Georgia," Gov. Nathan Deal said in a statement. At least 15 people have died in storms that hit Georgia and Mississippi.

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At Least 39 People Killed After Train Derails In Southeast India

Jan. 22
Colin Dwyer / NPR

The overnight incident, which also injured more than 60, is just the latest wreck for a railway system that has become notorious for its deadly derailments. Officials have not yet ruled out foul play.

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Republican Plan To Replace Obamacare Would Turn Medicaid Over To States

Jan. 22
Alison Kodjak / NPR

Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway says Medicaid block grants are part of the new administration's plan to replace the Affordable Care Act.

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On 'SNL,' Aziz Ansari Aims To Quell Some American Angst That Shirtless Putin Can't

Jan. 22
Emma Bowman / NPR

In the first episode since Trump became the 45th president, host Aziz Ansari took on a serious and diplomatic tone, while the cast honored President Obama in a send-off tribute.

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Haight Ashbury's Free Health Clinic: Middle-Aged And Still Groovy

Jan. 22
Laurie Udesky / NPR

A series of mergers with other nonprofit clinics has transformed the 50-year-old San Francisco clinic into a $110 million health care system that provides networked care up and down California.

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Race And Feminism: Women's March Recalls The Touchy History

Jan. 21
Karen Grigsby Bates / NPR

Even as the march's diversity was being celebrated, it was also causing tension. "Historically, the term 'woman' has implicitly meant white women," says a gender and Asian-American studies professor.

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Mothers, Daughters, Sisters And Men Unite To Protest Trump's Presidency

Jan. 21
Sarah McCammon / NPR

Thousands descended on Washington, D.C. for Saturday's Women's March. "We came to show our disapproval of our new president, and I think also to draw attention to women's issues," Heather Ba said.

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With 'Pussyhats,' Liberals Get Their Own Version Of The Red Trucker Hat

Jan. 21
Danielle Kurtzleben / NPR

The pink hats that were all the rage at Saturday's women's marches share striking similarities with the red hats Trump made ubiquitous

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Trump Administration Goes To War With The Media Over Inauguration Crowd Size

Jan. 21
Jessica Taylor / NPR

Press Secretary Sean Spicer berated the press over its reporting on crowd size at the National Mall, but then he cited incorrect numbers for Metro ridership and falsely claimed the mall was full.

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President of Gambia Leaves For Exile, Allowing For First Peaceful Transfer Of Power

Jan. 21
Maggie Penman / NPR

After more than a month of political stalemate, the former President of Gambia has stepped aside, allowing for the first peaceful transfer of power in the nation's history.

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Campaign Trail Trump On Display As He Goes To CIA On First Day As President

Jan. 21
Jessica Taylor / NPR

The president falsely denied that he had ever criticized the agency, falsely inflated the crowd size at his inauguration on Friday and told officers to "Trust me. I'm like a smart person."

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There Were Hopes And Dreams Aplenty At Trump's Inauguaration, But Whose?

Jan. 21
Keith Woods / NPR

I went to Donald Trump's inauguration to see if people there felt the same pride and promise that I did four years earlier. We met at a common intersection, then went very separate ways.

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President Trump's First Hours In Office

Jan. 21
Maggie Penman / NPR

The Trump Administration's first hours focused on weakening the Affordable Care Act, reversing plans to cut insurance premiums on FHA mortgages, and revamping whitehouse.gov.

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Trumps And Pences Attend Interfaith Inaugural Prayer Service

Jan. 21
Jessica Taylor / NPR

The long list of participants also included leaders from the Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Jewish, Mormon, Muslim, Sikh, Buddhist, Bahá'í faiths and opened with a Navajo blessing.

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Women's Marches Go Global: Postcards From Protests Around The World

Jan. 21
Colin Dwyer / NPR

Boston, San Francisco, London, Sydney — D.C.'s massive protest has spawned sister marches in all 50 states and hundreds of cities across seven continents. Here's a glimpse of some of the biggest.

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NPR News Nuggets: Sharks, Swans & Bears! Oh My!

Jan. 21
Wynne Davis / NPR

Here's a quick roundup of some of the mini-moments you may have missed on this week's Morning Edition.

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Women's March Floods Washington, Sparking Rallies Worldwide

Jan. 21
Colin Dwyer / NPR

Less than a day after President Trump's inauguration, protesters are taking to the streets to oppose his policies. Between a rally and a march, they aim to call attention to a broad list of demands.

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