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Survivors Found Trapped In Rubble Of Hotel Hit by Avalanche

Jan. 20
Camila Domonoske / NPR

Firefighters say children are among a handful of survivors located in what remains of the Hotel Rigopiano ski resort in Italy. Rescue crews have been extricating the trapped people from the ruins.

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Spreading The Word About HIV Prevention For African-American Women

Jan. 20
Jose Soto / NPR

African-American women are more likely to be infected with HIV than other women. So the District of Columbia is launching an effort to inform them about PrEP, medication that can reduce their risk.

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ISIS Destroys Ancient Theater, Tetrapylon In Palmyra, Syria Says

Jan. 20
Camila Domonoske / NPR

ISIS retook Palmyra from government forces last month. Syria's antiquities chief now reports that the Tetrapylon — a 16-column structure — and the city's Roman theater have been largely destroyed.

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Donald Trump Has Plans To Hit The Ground Running. Here's What He Wants To Do

Jan. 20
Scott Horsley / NPR

The president-elect's team has been sketching out plans for their first day, week and month in office. It includes action on trade, energy and of course, Obamacare.

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Repeat After Me: The 35 Most Important Words Of Inauguration Day

Jan. 20
Nina Totenberg / NPR

Inauguration is full of tradition and fanfare, but the oath is the only part that is legally required for a new president to take office.

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Donald Trump's Been Saying The Same Thing For 30 Years

Jan. 20
Don Gonyea / NPR

The incoming president has flirted with running for office since the 1980s. His message has been remarkably similar.

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Donald Trump And Mike Pence, The Odd Couple In The White House

Jan. 20
Tamara Keith / NPR

The vice president-elect has often come in behind to calm, clarify or clean up. What will his role be in the Trump administration?

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As Trump Takes Office, He Still Faces Questions About Conflicts Of Interest

Jan. 20
Jim Zarroli / NPR

The president-elect has settled some of the legal and regulatory disputes he's embroiled in, but critics say his actions don't go far enough.

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Obama's Racial Legacy: Some Last Words On The First Black President

Jan. 20
Gene Demby / NPR

For Obama, race shaped both support and dissent, exposed the constraints of his office, and made the whiteness at the center of American politics permanently visible.

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Protesters Prepare For Women's March After Trump's Inauguration

Jan. 19
Hansi Lo Wang / NPR

About 200,000 demonstrators are expected to march on the National Mall on Donald Trump's first full day as president. Organizers say they want the rights of all women to be expanded and protected.