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The former leader of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, turned himself in on Sunday, along with four ex-ministers. A Belgian judge will decide whether to extradite them to Spain.
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Writer Cathy Young says the outcry against sexual harassment may be going too far — that punishments don't fit the alleged crimes. Podcaster Kaitlin Prest says people still don't understand consent.
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Black and white pictures were popular when Raghubir Singh started out as a photographer. But he insisted on color. A new retrospective shows his ground-breaking work.
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A year after Election Day, NPR asked four historians what they think of President Trump, his tenure in the Oval Office so far and his impact on the nation's highest and most powerful office.
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D.C. hunkers down, uncertain whether there'll be more legal action from DOJ special counsel Robert Mueller, as the imbroglio contagion spreads. Plus, Big Tech finishes its marathon on Capitol Hill.
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