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Chicago-Area Dog Flu Outbreak Rises To Over 1,000 Cases
Vets in Chicago have reported more than 1,000 cases of Canine Infectious Respiratory Disease. Six dogs have died so far. NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Edward Dubovi of Cornell University's veterinary school about the dog flu outbreak.
GAO Report Warns In-Flight Wi-Fi May Leave Aircraft Vulnerable To Hacking
A Government Accountability Office report says the advanced cockpits of most planes, including the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, are wired into the same Wi-Fi systems that passengers use for their devices.
Bostonians Mark 2nd Anniversary Of Marathon Bombing
Bostonians marked the second anniversary of the marathon bombing Wednesday, all while awaiting the sentencing phase of convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to begin.
Sen. Corker Says Congress Didn't Yield On Compromise Iran Bill
NPR's Robert Siegel interviews Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker about the compromise language for the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act, which cleared the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Tuesday night.
Chess Grandmaster Caught In High-Tech Cheating Scheme
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Tony Rich, chief arbiter for the U.S. Chess Championship and International Arbiter for the World Chess Federation.
President Obama To Remove Cuba From State-Sponsored Terrorism List
President Obama intends to take Cuba off of the list of state sponsors of terrorism, and now Congress has a month and a half to decide if it wants to stop the process.
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