Flooding and landslides in northwestern China wrought devastation in the town of Zhouqu and killed more than 1,100 people. The rain has continued, and more mudslides are possible. NPR's Melissa Block talks to Associated Press reporter David Wivell.
Mary and Bob (6/18/13)
All the failed plots because of domestic surveillance, peace talks with the Taliban, who spent the big money on lobbying at the Capitol, another bear attack, and the woman who doesn’t want to be paid with a debit card from McDonald’s. Here’s today’s news conversation with Mary Lucia on The Current.
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