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S.C. Residents Celebrate Senate Decision On Confederate Flag
A bill to lower the Confederate flag from the South Carolina State House passed the state's Senate on Tuesday. Outside unexpected celebrations took place in the form of a line dancing class.
U.S. Women's Soccer Team Kicks Off Victory Tour In L.A.
Fans gathered in downtown Los Angeles Tuesday to cheer the U.S. women's national soccer team. They've returned home after defeating Japan on Sunday to win the World Cup.
Despite Large Cuts To Greece's Pension System, Creditors Want More
NPR's Robert Siegel interviews Matthew Dalton, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, about how the Greek pension system has been as generous as reported.
How To Eliminate Extreme Poverty In 169 Not-So-Easy Steps
The Millennium Development Goals, set in 2000, revolutionized the fight against poverty. Now the world is setting Sustainable Development Goals. But critics say there may be too many priorities.
Filmmaker And Speech Pathologist Weigh In On What It Means To 'Sound Gay'
In Do I Sound Gay?, director David Thorpe searches for the origin of the so-called "gay voice" and documents his own attempts (with speech pathologist Susan Sankin) to sound "less gay."
Examining The War On Mexican Drug Cartels, Through Film And Fiction
Two new works of art — the documentary film Cartel Land and the novel The Cartel — shine a light on the seemingly endless drug war in Mexico. John Powers says both works are bleak, but gripping.
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