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Advisory: NPR News Interview with Actress Rose McGowan

Rose McGowan appears at Loudoun County District Court for a preliminary hearing after cocaine was found in the wallet she left on an airplane at Dulles International Airport last year. She says she believes she was framed.Katherine Frey/The Washington Post/Getty Imageshide caption

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Advisory: NPR News Interviews Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky told NPR that he continues to support the Mueller investigation and that nothing he heard in a secret briefing Thursday changes his mind.Claire Harbage/NPRhide caption

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NPR News Interviews Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper

Clapper said that by fall 2016, the intelligence realized that the Russians were running an enormous scheme that was "unprecedented, aggressive, multifaceted," he writes in his new book.Eric Thayer/Getty Imageshide caption

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NPR News Interviews Ex-CIA Chief John Brennan

Since stepping down as CIA chief last year, John Brennan has been a harsh critic of President Trump. "I just think he hasn't fulfilled the responsibilities of the president of the United States," Brennan tells NPR.Claire Harbage/NPRhide caption

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2017 Peabody Award For NPR's Investigation Into Maternal Mortality In The U.S.

Wanda Irving holds her granddaughter, Soleil, in front of a portrait of Soleil's mother, Shalon, at her home in Sandy Springs, Ga. Wanda is raising Soleil since Shalon died of complications due to hypertension a few weeks after giving birth.Becky Harlan/NPRhide caption

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NPR Interviews Former FBI Director James Comey

James Comey poses for a portrait at NPR's New York Bureau. Mr. Comey, served as the seventh Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from September 4, 2013 until his dismissal on May 9, 2017, less than 4 years into his 10-year term . On April 17, 2018 Comey will release his latest book, "A Higher Loyalty", revealing details of his work during the Trump administration. Elias Williams for NPRElias Williams/Elias Williams for NPRhide caption

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