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A van was used to carry out a terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spain, on Thursday. Also, we look at how South Africa has dealt with monuments that honor apartheid-era leaders. And we remember how a joke uttered by President Ronald Reagan caused a lot of anxiety in the Soviet Union.
A guide to becoming an engaged, change-making citizen in the age of Trump. Plus, a profile of an anti-fascist activist in Charlottesville. And a veteran eclipse watcher from Australia travels to Idaho.
President Donald Trump makes new comments on the racist violence in Charlottesville and returns to blaming "both sides." Also, North Korea takes a step back from threatening the US; so, is President Donald Trump's "threat diplomacy" working? Also, the Chinese appetite for Red Delicious is good news for US farmers.
President Trump issued a carefully worded statement Monday, in which he called neo-Nazis and white supremacists "repugnant." Also, we look at how Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad became a darling of the American far right. Plus, solar eclipses as a religious experience.
A new smartphone app is designed to help blind people experience the Aug. 21 total eclipse. Also, a young South African woman who was born HIV-positive but now calls herself an "H-I-Victor." Plus, a T-shirt that can get you arrested in Turkey.