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One of the central figures in the Catholic clergy abuse scandal has died. But the scandal hasn't gone away. Also, we mark 1000 days of war in Yemen. And 85-year-old British singer Petula Clark is on her first US tour.
Rising sea levels could lead to "climate gentrification" in coastal cities like Miami. Also, a family from Venezuela faces new hardships and uncertainty in post-hurricane Puerto Rico. Plus, why net neutrality is crucial for small digital companies.
President Donald Trump's new national security strategy describes both China and Russia as great powers in competition with the US. We look at what that means. Also, how the CIA shares information with foreign governments. Plus, a look at Nantucket's gang problem.
Garment workers in Bangladesh describe sexual harassment on the job. That's our top story today. Also, a Chumash firefighter helps battle the Thomas blaze in California while also preserving his tribal heritage. Plus, Marco Werman's digital voice clone.
Russian President Vladimir Putin's year-end press conference covered many topics, from US President Donald Trump to North Korea. Also, utility workers from New York have been helping fix Puerto Rico's power grid. Plus, we hear a new track from rapper MC Afrikan Boy.
British journalist Gary Younge has traveled extensively in the American South, and gives us his take on the outcome of the Alabama Senate election. Plus, how a Chinese city monitors everyone using artificial intelligence. And storing surplus solar energy in an old coal mine.