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  • 6:33pm Dec 09, 2016
    World News World News

    U.N. Says Hundreds Of Men Missing After Trying To Escape Aleppo

    The United Nations human rights agency says it has reports that hundreds of people attempting to leave rebel-held areas of Aleppo, Syria, have been prevented from doing so by rebel forces. It also says hundreds of men who left have gone missing after reaching regime-controlled areas and are believed to have been imprisoned or killed.
  • 6:33pm Dec 09, 2016
    National National Politics & Government

    Week In Politics: Trump's Cabinet Picks, Election Hacking Review

    NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to regular political commentators David Brooks of The New York Times, and E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution about Donald Trump's picks for his incoming cabinet, as well as the news that President Obama has ordered a full review of hacking efforts during the election.
  • 6:33pm Dec 09, 2016
    National National Health & Safety

    Actress Sofia Vergara Sued By Her Own Frozen Embryos

    A lawsuit has been filed against actress Sofia Vergara on behalf of her two frozen embryos. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Susan Crockin, who teaches assisted reproductive law at Georgetown University Law School.
  • 6:33pm Dec 09, 2016
    National National Science Politics & Government Environment

    Dakota Access Pipeline Protesters Vow To Fight Through Fierce Winter

    The teeth of winter are closing on the makeshift camp in North Dakota where demonstrators are trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline. Some are heeding tribal calls to leave, while others are digging in. But the company building the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline was in federal court Friday, trying to overturn a decision by the Army Corps of Engineers blocking the project.
  • 6:33pm Dec 09, 2016
    National National Arts Politics & Government

    Trump To Retain Credit As Executive Producer Of 'Celebrity Apprentice'

    President-elect Donald Trump will retain a credit as executive producer of the reality TV show Celebrity Apprentice. The new season, with new "boss" Arnold Schwarzenegger, premieres January 2. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans says no one but Trump knows how involved he will be, but the news seems to contradict NBC's past assertion that it has severed business ties with Trump.