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What’s Next For Missouri’s Gov. Eric Greitens

A circuit attorney has withdrawn an invasion of privacy case against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens — just as the case was getting started. NPR’s Ari Shapiro talks to Rachel Lippmann of St. Louis Public Radio about what happens next.

Baltimore’s Top Cop Resigns Days After Being Charged With Not Filing Tax Returns

Darryl De Sousa had only been in the job of commissioner for a few months. Federal prosecutors say he failed to file for the tax years 2013, 2014 and 2015.

10 Children Living Amid Feces Were Tortured For ‘Sadistic Purpose,’ Police Say

Police found them living in squalor. Their parents were charged after an investigation revealed “a long and continuous history of severe physical and emotional abuse.”

Now It’s North Carolina Teachers’ Turn: How Did We Get Here? What’s Next?

As teachers walk out in a sixth state, signs of what’s to come.

Tom Wolfe, Author Of ‘Bonfire Of The Vanities,’ Dies

Best-selling author Tom Wolfe, one of the pioneers of what came to be called “the new journalism,” died at a hospital in New York.

Nike Sees Executive Departures In Harassment Reckoning

Some former Nike employees say a jock mentality that celebrated athletics also encouraged bullying and the departure of talented women.

If SNAP Changes, More Work Would Be Required For Food Assistance

Lawmakers disagree over money for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — what used to be called food stamps. House Republicans want to expand work requirements for those receiving assistance.

Louisiana Wants To Use The Muddy Mississippi To Build Up Its Coast

Louisiana has big plans to redirect parts of the Mississippi River to build up its shrinking coast. New research suggests it won’t help nearly enough.

Nanny Gets Life Without Parole In 2012 Stabbing Deaths Of 2 Children

Yoselyn Ortega, 55, wept as she spoke to the court at her sentencing. She was convicted in the 2012 stabbing deaths of 2-year-old Leo and 6-year-old Lucian Krim.

Trump Administration Doubles Worksite Investigations To Combat Illegal Immigration

The administration has plans to greatly expand investigations and audits of businesses suspected of employing illegal immigrants.

Religion A Large Presence As U.S. Embassy Opens In Jerusalem

The U.S. selected two evangelical Christians to offer prayers at a ceremony opening its new embassy in Jerusalem. One of the pastors, Robert Jeffress, is known for dismissing other faiths.

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