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It can take decades for a country build up a name as a good place to do business, and the U.S. consistently ranks among the best. But some economists say its reputation for trustworthiness could be challenged if President-elect Trump makes good on threats to rip up international agreements.

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Owen Delaney is an avid runner. A couple weeks ago, he looked at a map of his local park in London and he saw all the normal things - trails, a fountain but also an opportunity.

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In 2013, Dr. John Henning Schumann reminisced about a difficult assignment in his medical residency that helped him understand what it meant to be a good doctor. We're publishing the piece again for the holidays.


December is supposed to be the time of year filled with family gatherings and holiday good cheer. For medical residents, quite the opposite is true.

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President-elect Donald Trump plans to dissolve his foundation, his transition team announced on in statement on Saturday.

Soon after, though, the New York attorney general's spokesperson tweeted that he legally can't, until the state's investigation of the Trump Foundation is complete.

Press Secretary Amy Spitalnick was responding to Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold, who asked if the investigation would continue.

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It's Christmas Eve, and tonight is also the start of Hanukkah. For interfaith families, this intersection can require a little negotiation. Deena Prichep reports.

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Christmas Eve is a great time to catch a glimpse of Santa, whether it's in real life or in one of these movies.

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The U.S. State Department issued travel warnings for Egypt and Jordan on Friday, citing terrorist threats in both countries.

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American Hearing Loss In Decline

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Jeneyah McDonald is tired of using bottled water for everything: drinking, cooking, bathing.

In order to keep her two children safe, the resident of Flint, Mich., told them the city tap water was poisonous.

"I don't know any way to explain to a 6-year-old why you can't take a bath anymore every day, why you can't help mommy wash the dishes anymore," McDonald said earlier this year. "So I told him it's poison. And that way, he'll know I'm serious — don't play with it."

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And we're going to stick with President-elect Trump's comments on nuclear weapons for our regular Week in Politics chat. E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post and Brookings Institution is here in the studio. Hi, E.J.

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Last night, CIA Director John Brennan sat down with a team from NPR. He weighed in on Russian hacking, the future of Syria and his plans for life as a civilian. Here's NPR national security correspondent Mary Louise Kelly.

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