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    • U.S. Says PLO Office Must Close After Palestinians Call To Prosecute Israel

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    • Museum Of The Bible Mission Shifts 'To Engage All People' In The History And Narrative

      Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit MICHEL MARTIN, HOST: A new museum opened its doors to the public today in Washington, D.C. - the Museum of the Bible. JUDAH WINEHEART: I'm really excited to see the Gutenberg Bible. They've got a leaf from the first edition. FLORENTINO JOSAN: I want to see the people of the Bible, how they lived in living color. MICHAEL LOWE: I'm excited to see the David and Goliath exhibit. REJOICE TENARIFA: All the Bible characters. You're going to it real - I mean, not real but 3-D, I guess. OFELIA MOLINA: The Bible is my favorite book. It's so wonderful if you read and then you can see. JONATHAN GRAY: I mean, Washington, D.C., is the seat of government, and we work very hard to separate the two, religion and government. So to see it in the seat of government is a testimony to how important the Bible is. It's part of our landscape as a culture. MARTIN: That was Judah Wineheart (ph), Florentino Josan (ph), Michael Lowe (ph), Rejoice Tenarifa (ph), Ofelia Molina

    • Rethinking Bill Clinton Amid Sexual Harassment Debates

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