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This weekend's terror attack in Somalia's capital takes a toll on Minnesota's Somali American community. We'll check in with the Twin Cities. Also, how dubbing became part of the art of movie-making in Germany. And Harry Truman's grandson plays the former president on stage.
President Donald Trump unveils a new Iran strategy, saying he won't certify the Iran nuclear deal. Then we meet a Muslim American comedian, who finds out his image was used as part of Russian election meddling. Plus, we take a look at Che Guevara's Irish roots.
A radio station becomes a vital source of information for Spanish speakers as wildfires burn through northern California. Plus, helping veterans in storm-devastated in Puerto Rico. And writer Viet Thanh Nguyen on his MacArthur "genius award."
Puerto Rico's power grid needs rebuilding after Hurricane Maria, but can it also be more sustainable than before? Also, the items that immigrants abandon in the desert after crossing the US-Mexico border. Plus, the US men's soccer team fails to qualify for the next World Cup.
California's new sanctuary state law gets pushback from local law enforcement. Also, a church in Boston offers literal sanctuary to one undocumented immigrant. Plus, how an environmental scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab started writing French pop songs
Today, our Across Women's Lives team takes us on an afternoon with the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico. Plus, North Korean defectors are becoming celebrities on South Korean television. And, we look at the tradition of getting inked in India.