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Today's topics: a revised immigration order in the U.S., an explanation of how North Korea's weapons program is accelerating, and some history of the Iditarod.
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The National People's Congress gathers in China, some students receive a lesson in forced labor, and a tech expert details what can be learned from "likes."
Our last show of the week explains the global significance of the Iraqi city of Mosul and why tensions in Hong Kong tend to rise when there's an election.
Now playing: The science behind tornadoes, an outbreak of bird flu in humans, efforts to fight modern-day slavery, and the development of self-driving racecars.
Today, we bring you some highlights of the Republican president's speech and the Democratic response, and we cover wind tunnel testing and potential moon tours.
Today's topics include details on a presidential budget, a debate over H-1B visas, an international murder mystery, and a way to make adoptions more affordable.
ISIS destroys Middle Eastern cultural heritage, spring comes early for parts of the U.S., bees learn to play soccer, and space may be just a balloon ride away.