Daily Edition Archive

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Migrants get mixed reception in Tijuana, refugee kids see snow in Canada, day of silence in Korea

Hundreds of migrants from Central America are in Tijuana, and some have already slipped across into the US. The reception from local residents has been mixed. Also, the US gave the warring parties in Yemen 30 days to start peace talks. Halfway through the 30 days, the war keeps going. Plus, a video of refugee kids from Eritrea dancing in the snow in Canada went viral. We have the back story.

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The deal with Brexit, losing track of Gitmo detainees, the Taj Mahal of brutalism

The UK moved significantly closer to a formal divorce agreement with the European Union. But it's not a done deal yet. Also, the US government used to have an office to keep track of former detainees after their release from Guantanamo. But the Trump administration shut it down. Plus, why Boston's much-maligned City Hall came to be considered the Taj Mahal of brutalism.

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El Chapo trial starts, Paradise wildfire survivor, 7-Eleven and ICE

The trial of Mexican drug cartel leader Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán started in Brooklyn today amid tight security. His trafficking operation in Mexico continues to do business despite his arrest. Also, we check in with a survivor of the devastating wildfire in Paradise, California. Plus, how 7-Eleven used ICE raids to punish its own franchise owners.

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California wildfires, Iranian American veteran, wildfire science

The giant wildfires blazing in California are dominating headlines around the world. We’ll hear from a journalist based in South Africa who learned her dad's home was burning in California when she saw a picture of it in an Associated Press report. Also, a discussion on the science of wildfires, the connection to climate change and how nobody really knows how severe fires will be in the future. Plus, in honor of Veteran's Day, a profile of an Iranian American vet who says an experience he had as an 8-year-old in Iran helped inspire his service in the US military.

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New asylum rules, US troops on the border and Jewish refugees in the Dominican Republic

The Trump administration announced changes to US rules on asylum. We hear about what the changes mean and the possible ramifications. Plus, US troops are now deployed along the Mexican border in Nogales, Arizona. And, the story of a New Hampshire man who stumbled onto a largely overlooked moment in history.

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What’s next for the Russia investigation, #MeToo becomes #WeToo in Japan, an AI news anchor in China

President Trump’s firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions this week raises concerns over the future of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. Also, Florida's first Iranian American state lawmaker tells her story. Plus, French composer Francis Lai just passed away. His theme song for the film "Love Story" was a huge global hit in the 1970s and has been made and remade many times.

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Sessions out as attorney general, midterms impact foreign policy, the festival of lights

Jeff Sessions resigns as attorney general at President Trump's request the day after midterm elections gave control of the House of Representatives to the Democrats. Also, an Australian film crew observed the midterms and concludes that America is an unhappy and divided place right now. Plus, how the vote is likely to impact US foreign policy, immigration, climate issues and trade. And what we learned about fighting online misinformation this campaign season.

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Election observers monitor Georgia vote, politics divide families in Brazil, Filipino fast food in Manhattan

The global spotlight is on the US midterm elections today and that includes international observers monitoring the voting process in the state of Georgia. Also, US sanctions are expected to hit the Iranian economy hard. One side effect? More expensive Persian rugs here in the US. Plus, the popular Filipino fast-food chain Jollibee is opening a store in Manhattan and hoping to appeal to non-Filipino customers.

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Spotlight on Georgia governor's race, 'rings of peace' in Toronto, mood music Monday

Immigration and voter suppression concerns have both been big factors in Georgia's hotly contested governor's race. Also, the indigenous Sámi of Arctic Scandinavia say the world can't solve the climate crisis without perspectives like theirs. Plus we hear from another first-time voter, a woman from South Africa, who tells us how her parents taught her the importance of casting her ballot.

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New citizen voters, climate change on the ballot and mini-books the size of smartphones

We asked new US citizens to tell us how it feels to be first-time voters this election cycle. We got some passionate responses. Also, voters in a handful of states may be thinking about the future of the planet when they cast their ballots next week, because of ballot initiatives that focus on energy, and by extension climate change. Plus, the Zanzibar roots of Queen's late lead singer Freddie Mercury.

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