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For three days last week, thousands of Guatemalans blocked roads and major highways to protest the Central American country's slide toward a constitutional crisis. The protest organizers included groups that have long demanded justice: indigenous communities and campesinos, as rural and farm workers are called.

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Whether or not President Trump will deliver a traditional state of the union is in doubt because of the partial government shutdown. It's allowing Washington to reexamine a century-old tradition.

Tensions are rising in Venezuela ahead of nationwide protests called by the opposition-led National Assembly. A 35-year-old leader is heading the renewed effort to oust President Nicolás Maduro.

The Supreme Court has revived the Trump administration's ban on transgender military personnel, for now. NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Shannon Minter of with the National Center for Lesbian Rights.

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A massive new report contains details of what went right and wrong for the U.S. in the Iraq War. NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with Col. Frank Sobchak, one of the co-editors of the report.

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