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The buggy mess reportedly broke one of the school's air conditioning units, and janitors from other schools had to come help clean up. It's fair to say the principal is seeing spots.
The Obama administration announces a regulation it says is aimed at protecting the country's rivers, lakes and other waterways from pollution. But critics say it's a massive regulatory overreach.
The Justice Department unveils criminal charges against 14 people in connection with rampant racketeering and a bribery scheme at FIFA, the world's premiere soccer organization. The FBI secretly secured guilty pleas from four officials and two companies.
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Sheriff Kevin Thom of Pennington County, S.D., about being one of the jurisdictions chosen by the MacArthur Foundation to receive a grant to work on reducing jail use.
NPR's Robert Siegel interviews Tim Elfrink, the Miami New Times managing editor, about Aaron Davidson, president of Traffic Sports USA, Inc., who was indicted Wednesday in the FIFA corruption case.
Several of those indicted on corruption charges were from Latin America or the Caribbean. Most people from Brazil, the country that just hosted the World Cup, see the soccer leadership as corrupt.