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Indian students rethink coming to the US to study after last week's shooting in Kansas. Also, does Trump's rhetoric help ISIS recruit? Plus, Polish punk rocker Tomek Lipinski.
The Trump administration's Russia problem continues. Also, we'll find out why some Syrian Muslim refugees are converting to Christianity. Plus, Haiti's original boy band calls it quits.
President Trump's speech to Congress may have sounded more presidential, but the message, especially on immigration, stayed largely the same. Also, what the Pentagon could do with an extra $54 billion. Plus, why South Koreans love their fried chicken.
President Donald Trump wants more military spending and cuts for diplomacy. Plus, how businesses in Mexico are reacting to Trump's trade policies. And the history of war elephants.
The fatal shooting of an Indian engineer in Kansas is felt across the US and in India. Plus, the Iranian scientist who accepted the Oscar for best foreign language film. And, we talk "world music" with former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart.
The chemical weapon VX and its use in the killing of the North Korean leader's half brother. Plus, why several African countries want to ditch the International Criminal Court. And, how the theater scene developed in London — before Shakespeare's time.