Harvard Economist: History Will Judge Obama As A 'Great President'

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China's President Xi Jinping delivers a speech at the World Economic Forum on Tuesday in Davos, Switzerland. The global elite have begun a week of earnest debate and Alpine partying in the Swiss ski resort, in a week bookended by two presidential speeches of historic import — Xi's remarks and U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's inaugural address. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Congressional Republicans Take Aim At Taxes On Imports And Exports

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Drugs For Rare Diseases Have Become Uncommonly Rich Monopolies

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After The Brexit Vote, Why Has The U.K. Economy Proved So Resilient?

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J.Y. Lee, vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, arrives at the office of the independent counsel last Thursday in Seoul, South Korea. Prosecutors are now seeking an arrest warrant for Lee. Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images hide caption

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Arrest Warrant Sought For Samsung Heir In S. Korean Presidential Bribery Scandal

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Customers at Puzzles Bakery & Café in Schenectady, N.Y. More than half the staff at the café has a developmental disability. Rhitu Chatterjee/NPR hide caption

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For People With Developmental Disabilities, Food Work Means More Self Reliance

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A flag flies on a green lined with villas at the Trump International Golf Club, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates on Dec. 20, 2016. The course is scheduled to open in February. Kamran Jebreili/AP hide caption

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Trump Says He Won't Build A $2 Billion Golf Course In Dubai. He Has 2 Already

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Episode 747: The Man Who Sued Iran

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Li Chunke, a carver at the state-owned Beijing Ivory Carving factory, at work in his Beijing workshop. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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In China, A Shift Away From Trade In Ivory and Shark Fins

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