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Trump's plan to build a border wall and renegotiate NAFTA may be strengthening the hand of Mexican politicians opposed to that country's current president. Meanwhile, if NAFTA does up for renegotiation, is that such a bad thing? And a conversation with Indian-American musician and Chicago native Zeshan B. about his rendition of the '70s soul protest song "Cryin' in the Streets."
Uncertainty in the wake of President Trump's travel ban and the court rulings blocking it. Also, why some in Lebanon support Trump's ban. Plus, how wrestling unites the US and Iran.
The story of one undocumented immigrant from Mexico now facing deportation. Also, how Europe's immigration policies may not differ so much from President Trump's. Plus, diagnosing diabetes among Asian Americans.
Today, how the US anti-terrorism policy is seen in Yemen. Also, Britain wrestles with its relationship with Donald Trump. Also, how the threat of nuclear weapons has shaped science fiction through the years.
Today, we talk Russia, terrorism and fake news with Trump advisor Sebastian Gorka. Also, the story of the American Cold War spy who befriended his Soviet counterpart. Plus, the father who built nuclear power facilities in Germany and the son who's tearing them down.
The legal battles over Trump's travel ban continue. Plus, a former US Ambassador to the UN doesn't think cutting the UN's funding is a smart idea. And the push to make buildings a whole lot smarter.