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Today we explore global reaction to a US missile strike on a government airbase in Syria, and what it means for Syria, for Russia, and for US relations with China. Plus, Syrian-American soul singer Bassel Almadani takes his music to Trump country.
The Trump administration is considering a response to the chemical weapons attack in Syria. Also, why some young South Koreans don't worry about North Korea. Plus, who killed Ötzi the Iceman?
China's president gets ready to meet President Trump. Also, the history and aftermath of one immigration raid. Plus, a tour of one of the world's largest refugee camps.
A suspected poison gas attack in Syria leaves dozens dead. Also, a personal journey through the once-secret nuclear research facility in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Plus, the music of Venezuela's La Vida Boheme.
Today's top story is the deadly blast that tore through a subway car in St. Petersburg, Russia. Also, President Trump gives his backing to Egyptian strongman Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. Plus, three blind Korean fans who started their own baseball podcast.
Tucson says it's "immigrant friendly," but not a "sanctuary city." Plus, why US farmers are reaching out to Ukrainian hackers in a bid to fix their John Deere tractors. And, the underground railroad that ran south to Mexico.