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President Barack Obama defends his decision to commute Chelsea Manning's sentence. Also, how Chinese drugs are fueling the US opioid epidemic. Plus, an Obama staffer from Argentina looks back on her White House experience.
Today, we begin with a look at concerns that antibiotic-resistant infections are becoming more common. Then, we'll hear about how Britain's prime minister favors a "clean break" from the European Union. Plus, go for a bike ride down the inaugural parade route with Denmark's ambassador in Washington.
Today, we hear about a rabbi who marched with Martin Luther King, Jr. Plus, how one immigrant first learned about Dr. King in India. And in Italy, the craft beer movement is growing.
We begin today with President Barack Obama’s decision to scrap the "wet foot, dry foot" policy for Cuban migrants. Also, Frisian, a language spoken in a small corner of The Netherlands that's like a "first cousin" to English. Plus, bringing polo back to India.
Today, more on those unverified allegations against President-elect Donald Trump, and why a BBC reporter didn't go public with them. Also, remembering when the late Princess Diana walked through a minefield, literally. And the beautiful but fictitious country of San Escobar.
President-elect Donald Trump calls the publishing of leaked allegations against him "a disgrace." Also, an American businessman on the dark side of Russia's Vladimir Putin. And Norway's long goodbye to FM radio.