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How an iceberg the size of Delaware just broke away from Antarctica. And, why two young Americans fought alongside Kurdish rebels against ISIS, and died in the fighting. Also, why members of a religious group — some American — believe their Korean leader is immortal.
Donald Trump Jr. releases emails relating to how he was told about Russia's support for his father's campaign. Also, a scientist who worked to find peaceful uses for nuclear bombs. And, a secretive religious group in South Korea.
President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin met face-to-face on Friday. We'll get a Russian point of view. Also, an artist in Vermont has been working for more than 20 years on a comic-book history of the rise of Nazi Germany. Plus, #bannedgrandmas are overtaking Instagram.
At a speech in Poland, President Donald Trump says Western civilization is under threat, and that the US will defend it. Also, the story of one Syrian refugee who managed to get asylum in Japan, which was no small feat. And, Hobby Lobby's problem with Iraqi antiquities.
Why North Korea may be a problem we have to live with. Plus, a Korean-American points out that deterrence keeps the peace. And Presidents Trump and Putin are about to meet face-to-face. We preview their possible talking points. Also, a year-long investigation in Israel spotlights the government's secret plan to get rid of its African refugees.