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  • 4:31pm Apr 19, 2016
    National National

    Survivors Lead Fight To Declassify 28 Pages Of 9/11 Report

    Sharon Premoli survived the September 11th terror attack. She was working on the 80th floor of the North Tower when the plane struck. She has spent nearly 15 years hoping to see those who financed the attacks brought to justice only, she says, to be disappointed. As President Obama prepares for his fourth trip to Saudi Arabia, she says the time has come for his administration to support the survivors and families of victims as they seek justice.
  • 4:31pm Apr 19, 2016
    National National

    NYPD Officer's Sentencing Reignites Debate Among Asian Americans

    NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Jay Caspian Kang, a writer for The New York Times Magazine, about former New York police officer Peter Liang and the complicated issues his conviction brings up in Asian American identity politics. Liang's conviction for the line-of-duty shooting of an unarmed black man sparked protests by Asian Americans across the country.
  • 4:31pm Apr 19, 2016
    World News World News

    At Least 28 People Killed In Kabul Attack

    At least 28 people were killed and more than 320 injured in a suicide car bombing and an assault by armed militants in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Tuesday. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack on a key government security agency.
  • 5:38pm Apr 18, 2016
    World News World News

    Security Concerns Heighten After Bus Explosion In Jerusalem

    A small bomb exploded on a Jerusalem bus Monday, wounding at least a dozen people. Separately, Israel charged a soldier for shooting a Palestinian who was lying wounded on the ground.
  • 5:06pm Apr 18, 2016
    National National

    Supreme Court Appears Divided On Obama Immigration Actions

    The Supreme Court may be headed towards another 4-4 tie on a major decision, which would affect millions of immigrants in the country illegally with children who are citizens or legal residents.
  • 4:59pm Apr 18, 2016
    National National Economy

    Do You Yahoo? Despite Dismal Reputation, Many People Still Do

    Yahoo goes on the block Monday. The tech company will accept bids for its Internet businesses, properties estimated to be worth billions of dollars. Despite its reputation as a digital dinosaur, Yahoo is the third most trafficked site on the web. NPR looks at users who have stuck with Yahoo.