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How Miami's Little Haiti Fared

Sep 17, 2017

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Checking In On A DREAMer

Sep 17, 2017

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Protests Continue In St. Louis

Sep 17, 2017

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The Call-In: Wildfires

Sep 17, 2017

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And this is The Call-In.

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GARCIA-NAVARRO: This week, we're talking about wildfires.

HARRISON WELSHIMER: Hi, there. My name is Harrison Welshimer (ph).

RICHARD CHASM: Good morning. My name is Richard Chasm.

Irma's Impact On New Parents

Sep 17, 2017

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Last Sunday, as Hurricane Irma approached the west coast of Florida, we spoke with Ben and Susie Black. They were sheltering in the maternity ward of the HealthPark Medical Center in Fort Myers with their kids, 2-year-old old Jane and 2-day-old William.

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Retirees across the country had no idea what happened to their second homes in Florida. Some have gone to Florida to find out for themselves, as NPR's Camila Domonoske reports from Fort Myers.

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After learning that President Trump is working with Democratic congressional leaders on codifying the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, furious Trump supporters burned their Make America Great Again hats.

We asked, and you answered.

In a recent series we explored a different way of giving aid to people in poor countries. Instead of handing out seeds or a cow or job training, what if you just gave people cash and let them decide how to use it?

Then we put the call out to you, our audience: Was there ever a time when you got a little cash with no strings attached and it made a huge difference? Or when you wished for a tiny windfall to tackle a problem?

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