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In the book @War, Shane Harris reports that U.S. intelligence agencies, sometimes aided by corporations, are trying to dominate cyberspace. It's "changing the Internet in fundamental ways," he says.
The economy in the Mexican state of Guerrero, where 43 students were kidnapped and found dead, is hurting. Tourists have stopped coming to that state and others.
Almost one-third of people have trouble swallowing pills, according to German researchers. They say some people have so much trouble, they avoid taking the recommended dosage.
President Obama is poised to approve some changes to the immigration enforcement system using an executive order. The specifics of that order are still being hashed out.
NPR's Michele Norris continues her conversation with Marc Quarles for The Race Card Project. Quarles six words are: With Kids, I'm Dad; Alone: Thug.
A look at the week ahead in politics, including possible action by President Obama on immigration and a vote on the Keystone XL pipeline. With Cokie Roberts, NPR congressional reporter Ailsa Chang and Matt Barreto of Latino Decisions.