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One year after hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Natalie Jaresko, head of the island's financial oversight board, about the daunting task of revamping its economy.
As world leaders gather at the UN, we look at how some of the Trump administration's latest moves are being met, including: pulling out of the UN Human Rights Council, defunding the UN agency that aids Palestinian refugees and lowering the cap on refugees to be resettled in the U.S.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Sukari Hardnett, who wanted to corroborate Anita Hill's testimony about then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas but was not called before the Senate Judiciary Committee.