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South Korea has reversed its decision to scrap a military intelligence-sharing agreement with Japan, hours before the move was to become official at midnight Friday. South Korea had said in August that it would leave the pact, after Japan removed the country from its "whitelist" of favored trade partners.

The eleventh-hour reversal salvages a 2016 pact brokered by the Obama administration that has allowed South Korea and Japan to share valuable information about their neighbors, most notably North Korea and China.

On the face of it, director Marielle Heller’s exhilaratingly impolite indie resume doesn’t make her an intuitive fit for a movie about the nicest man in the world — let alone a big studio picture starring nice Tom Hanks.

Officials: ‘Ghost Gun’ Used in Santa Clarita School Shooting

Following the deadly school shooting in Santa Clarita, investigators want to know how the teenage shooter obtained his weapon. Officials now say it was homemade.Reporter: Darrell Satzman, KCRW

President Trump Won’t Have to Release Taxes to Appear on California Ballot

Mandy Len Catron: Can You Jumpstart Love?

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Part 1 of the TED Radio Hour episode In & Out Of Love.

About Mandy Len Catron's TED Talk

Can you fall in love after just one date? With the help of 36 questions, author Mandy Len Catron did. She says, reframing love as something you can control can lead to healthier, longer relationship.

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Portland officials are zeroing in on what a new program intended to respond to low-priority calls involving people experiencing homelessness will look like. 

At a City Hall meeting Thursday, commissioners accepted recommendations on the new program, which aims to provide a more compassionate response to people in crisis as well as free up emergency responders for life-threatening calls. The unit is slated to start answering 911 calls in the spring of 2020.

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