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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has vowed to launch an investigation into whether officials at the Justice Department and the FBI were plotting a "bureaucratic coup" to oust President Trump. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Graham Vows To Investigate 'Administrative Coup' In FBI, Justice Department

Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe told CBS and NPR that officials had discussed invoking the 25th Amendment, a procedure which takes power away from the president.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before Senate committees in April. But he hasn't appeared before British Parliament, despite its requests for him to do so. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook Has Behaved Like 'Digital Gangsters,' U.K. Parliament Report Says

"The age of inadequate self-regulation must come to an end," says Damian Collins, chair of the committee behind the report, which is often scathing on Facebook's practices and corporate conduct.

British politician Luciana Berger speaks Monday at a press conference to announce the Independent Group, seven British members of Parliament who are quitting the Labour Party because of its approach to Brexit and anti-Semitism. Kirsty Wigglesworth/AP hide caption

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7 Lawmakers Quit U.K. Labour Party Over Alleged Anti-Semitism And Brexit Approach

The seven politicians said that persisting anti-Semitism and leader Jeremy Corbyn's "complicit" approach to Brexit led to their resignations. They say the party "has changed beyond recognition."

A healthy hive able to pollinate has at least eight frames mostly covered in bees on both sides. But the fear this year is that there will be many weaker hives put into California almond orchards for pollination because so many hives have died across the country. Greta Mart/KCBX hide caption

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Massive Loss Of Thousands Of Hives Afflicts Orchard Growers And Beekeepers

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Honey bees deal with many stressors: chemicals, climate change and viruses. But this year, a tiny mite has wiped out colonies, causing worry over whether there are enough bees left to do their jobs.

Massive Loss Of Thousands Of Hives Afflicts Orchard Growers And Beekeepers

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"Having not grown up here, I feel I'm always educating myself on what this country is, what it has been and perhaps what it can be." J.S Ondara's debut album is Tales of America. Josh Cheuse/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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J.S. Ondara Examines An Elusive American Dream On His Debut

A decade ago, Ondara was just a kid from Nairobi obsessed with American rock music. Now, his debut album examines the American dream from a newcomer's perspective.

J.S. Ondara Examines An Elusive American Dream On His Debut

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Chico Housing Action Team organizers Leslie Johnson, left, Charles Withuhn, center, and Bill Kurnizki, right, in the field in south Chico where they plan to soon break ground on a 33-unit tiny home community for homeless adults called Simplicity Village. Eric Westervelt/NPR hide caption

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Tiny Homes For Homeless Get The Go-Ahead In The Wake of California's Worst Wildfire

California's deadliest wildfire worsened an already bad housing crisis in rural Butte County. But the fire has jump-started a local effort to build a tiny home community for area homeless.

Tiny Homes For Homeless Get The Go-Ahead In The Wake of California's Worst Wildfire

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Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson announces changes to the state Medicaid program called Arkansas Works, including the addition of a work requirement for certain beneficiaries, on March 6, 2017. Michael Hibblen/KUAR hide caption

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In Arkansas, Thousands Of People Have Lost Medicaid Coverage Over New Work Rule

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The state now requires many of its Medicaid beneficiaries to work, go to school or volunteer in order to keep their health insurance. But more than 18,000 have come off the rolls.

In Arkansas, Thousands Of People Have Lost Medicaid Coverage Over New Work Rule

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The courtship ritual between Rapayet (José Acosta) and Zaida (Natalia Reyes) sets a tone for Birds of Passage — that this is no ordinary organized-crime drama. The Orchard hide caption

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In 'Birds Of Passage,' A New Lens On The Narcotrafficking Drama

Colombia's submission to the Oscars this year addresses the beginnings of the drug trade in rural Columbia — and how it shattered the traditions and families of the indigenous Wayúu people.

In 'Birds Of Passage,' A New Lens On The Narcotrafficking Drama

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