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If Republicans keep control of the House in November, Democrats’ worst nightmares could come true.  If the House changes hands, Congress could limit President Trump's power.  But will Democrats be able to please their base?  Plus the latest on Hurricane Michael - on the next Morning Edition from NPR News.

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On the next Morning Edition from NPR News, President Trump promised he would appoint conservative judges. The retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy gives him the chance to do it for the second time. Democrats are signaling they'll fight the president's nomination.

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Recent polls show that a majority of voters in the U-S are against President Trump's policy of separating children from families that illegally cross the border seeking asylum. Although a majority of Republican voters still support it. We'll hear from pollsters who analyze whether this base of support could be enough to help Republicans keep control of Congress on the next Morning Edition.

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In an agreement with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Trump announced that he will bring an end to joint military exercises with South Korea. Doing so signals a change to an alliance that dates back decades. Many of United States allies are now wondering what this means for other long-kept agreements and institutions. How President Trump is changing the world order this morning on Morning Edition from NPR News.

Mary J. Blige made a career out of bearing her soul. It's why fans fell in love with her 25 years ago and still remain loyal today. She has a new album out called "Strength of a Woman"... It explores the pain of her recent divorce, and the strength she found in spite of it.  
 

Also: President Trump's plan to overhaul the tax code on Thursday's Morning Edition beginning at 6:00 am on KRCB-FM Radio 91