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For more than two years, residents of Flint, Michigan, have had unsafe drinking water. Steve Inskeep talks to Bishop Bernadel (Burr-nuh-DELL) Jefferson of Faith Deliverance Center, a church in Flint, who has become one of the leaders of the fight for clean water.
President Obama visits Flint, Michigan, on Wednesday for the first time since the city's water crisis began. Flint residents are still relying on bottled water and faucet filters to get safe drinking water.
Put on your waders and foam-soled boots — we're about to adventure into a shallow creek in Great Smoky Mountains National Park which straddles the border of North Carolina and Tennessee. Entomologist Becky Nichols uses insects to evaluate the health of the park's streams and the ecosystems they are part of.
The race for the GOP presidential nomination is all but over. After losing in Indiana Tuesday night, Senator Ted Cruz suspended his campaign. That leaves Trump and Ohio Governor John Kasich, and Trump has a commanding lead over Kasich.