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Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jeanine Herbst.

Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib has called off her visit to the West Bank this weekend. Tlaib, who is a Muslim, says she rejects Israel's conditions about what she can and cannot say publicly during the trip. As / reports from Jerusalem Tlaib's Palestinian uncle tells NPR the family has mixed feelings.

Bassem Tlaib is the congresswoman's uncle. He lives in a village in the Israeli occupied West Bank as does the congresswoman's elderly grandmother and other relatives. Tlaib's uncle says the whole village was preparing for her visit, and the family sad she won't visit but happy she refused Israel's conditions to abstain from advocating a boycott of Israel. He told NPR that Israel does not want Americans to see the Israeli occupation of the West Bank. Tlaib and Congresswoman Ilhan Oma were planning a trip this weekend but President Trump tweeted against it, and Israel banned the trip but granted Tlaib's request to visit her grandmother, then she turned it down. Israel's interior minister said her request and then rejection was aimed at bashing Israel. He tweeted apparently her hate for Israel overcomes her love for her grandmother. Daniel / , NPR News, Jerusalem.

A federal appeals court in California will allow the Trump administration to begin denying asylum to some migrants who arrived at the US-Mexico border after travelling through a third country. NPR's J R has more.

The ninth circuit's ruling clears the way for the Trump administration to start enforcing the new asylum restrictions in Texas and New Mexico. Those states include the Rio Grande Valley and the El Paso area which are two of the busiest sectors for unauthorized crossing on the entire southern border. NPR's J R.

The State Department's point person on North Korea is heading back to the region as the Trump administration looks to resume working-level talks. NPR's J M. reports.

According to the State Department's Special Envoy, Steven Biegun will be in Japan and South Korea starting Monday. The brief statement makes no mention of talks with North Korea. It says only that Biegun will be meeting with Japanese and South Korean officials to "further strengthen coordination" on the final fully verified denuclearization of the DPRK. President Trump said recently that he received another letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un who vowed to stop testing missiles as soon as US and South Korean military exercises end. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has raised hopes that working-level talks will resume. M. K., NPR News, the State Department.

US Customs and Border Patrol says computers at airports across the country are coming back online and international passengers arriving at US airports are being processed. Earlier today, an outage affected airports around the country causing long lines. CBP says while they don't know the cause of the outage, there is no indication at this time that the disruption was malicious in nature.

Wall Street higher by the closing bell. This is NPR.

Reaction from the Greenland and Denmark to the idea that President Trump might want to buy the Arctic Island has been swift and firm. Greenland is not for sale. S. has more.

While it may not be for sale, it is open for business. That's been the response of the Greenland government which tells NPR it sees the unofficial news as "an expression of greater interest in investing in our country".  It's no secret that US interest in the Arctic has risen as global warming leads to new prospects for shipping and resource extraction. Greenland has also become something of a battlefield in the US tug of war with China as both countries vie for influence there. But there is little question that Greenland will remain a Danish territory for now. As investment in the country increases, so does the potential for its full independence. For NPR News, I am / in Denmark.

New York's attorney general's office is demanding the banks and other companies with connections to the Sackler family that owns OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma hand over financial records as it tries to trace where the money from opioid sales ended up. The state attorney general's office this week started issuing subpoenas as part of its lawsuit seeking to hold the drug industry accountable for the opioid addiction and overdose crisis. The Sackler family says the claims are without merit.

Wall Street higher today by the closing bell. The Dow up 306 points at 25,866, the NASDAQ up 129 points at 7895, the S&P 500 up 41 points at 2888.

I am Jeanine Herbst, and you are listening to NPR News from Washington.
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