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U.S., Cuban Soccer Teams Face-Off In Havana
History will be made in Havana on Tuesday when the New York Cosmos take on the Cuban National Team in a soccer match. It's the first time a U.S. professional sports team will play in Cuba since the two countries opened diplomatic ties in December.
Obama Awards Posthumous Medals Of Honor To Two World War I Veterans
President Obama awarded posthumous Medals of Honor, the nation's highest award for combat bravery, on Tuesday to World War I veterans Henry Johnson and William Shemin.
In Several States, Abortion Waiting Periods Grow Longer
State lawmakers passed dozens of bills to restrict abortion this session. One trend: making women wait ever longer, up to 72 hours in some states, before having the procedure.
Report Challenges Environmental Friendliness Of Europe's Pellet Industry
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Washington Post reporter Joby Warrick about how the burning of wood pellets instead of coal in the Europe has led to increased deforestation in the U.S.
Buzz Bissinger: With Caitlyn Jenner, 'You Feel A Connection'
NPR's Melissa Block interviews Buzz Bissinger about his profile of Caitlyn Jenner in Vanity Fair and her gender transition. She is formerly known as Bruce, an Olympic gold medalist in the decathlon.
Senate Advances USA Freedom Act, After Republican Leaders Fail To Amend Bill
The Senate voted Tuesday to advance a House-passed bill that would end the National Security Agency's bulk collection program. Edward Snowden also spoke via videolink to a conference in London.
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