Raising Readers: Summer
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U.S. Readies To Step Onto Stage For Knockout Round Drama
In its first match of the knockout round, the U.S. soccer team plays Belgium on Tuesday. NPR's Tom Goldman previews the game, explaining what to expect from the matchup.
A Role Model Pipeline For Young Black Men
Young male African-American teacher trainees learn to "embody hope" for their students.
High Court Allows Some Companies To Opt Out Of Contraceptives Mandate
In a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court ruled that closely held companies can defy the Affordable Care Act mandate to cover some forms of contraception if they object on religious grounds.
Between Israel And Hamas, 3 Killed Teens Escalate Tensions
Three Israeli teens who have been missing since June 12 were found killed in the West Bank. Israel blames Hamas and is expected to take action against the militant group.
An Algorithm Is A Curator At The Sept. 11 Museum
Curators at the September 11 Memorial and Museum came up with a novel solution to the problem of interpreting the tragedy. They put a computer algorithm in charge of an exhibit. But is it objective?
Obama Vows To Flex Executive Authority On Immigration Policy
President Obama announced that he would take several steps on his own regarding immigration issues — including the tens of thousands of children who have swarmed to the U.S. border in recent weeks.
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