Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro regularly accuses the U.S. of working to overthrow him. But in a surprise invitation, he said he would welcome the FBI's help in investigating an attack last week that he says was an assassination attempt.
Federal regulators and U.S. airport representatives are talking Monday about possible tarmac security changes after a baggage handler stole a passenger plane at the Sea-Tac airport Friday night and crashed it on an island.
North Korea made the largest unilateral transfer of what are believed to be remains of U.S. servicemen. NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with Dr. John Byrd, chief scientist of the Department of Defense, about the challenge of identifying those remains.