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College Basketball Championship Games Expected To Be Close
Men's and women's college basketball seasons are over except for the championships. Wisconsin plays Duke Monday for the men's title, and UConn and Notre Dame play Tuesday for the women's title.
Pirates' McCutchen: Baseball Is Dying In Economically Challenged Communities
David Greene talks to Andrew McCutchen, centerfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, about the future of baseball in America's inner cities.
To Alleviate Confusion, LA Officials Give Color-Coded Parking Signs A Try
If you find a parking spot in Los Angeles, the signs near it will be confusing. The city has rolled out new parking signs that are supposed to be easier to understand.
Next Stage For Iran Nuclear Talks Faces Multiple Challenges
As much effort as it's taken to get Iran to agree to limit its nuclear ambitions, it will be a monumental sell for the administration to get Congress and key Mideast allies to go along with the deal.
Bomb Attacks Increase In Ukraine's Second-Largest City, Kharkiv
Kharkiv has largely escaped the ravages of the war until recently. It has been hit by several terrorist bombings, including a blast at a Ukrainian national unity rally last month that killed 4 people.
France Takes Aim At Companies That Hire Ultrathin Models
The controversial measure is part of an overall healthcare bill expected to pass into law. Spain, Israel and Italy have rules against ultrathin models, but none go as far as the French measure would.
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