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Teen, Female Shortstop Could Be Signed by MLB Team
David Greene talks to Lindsay Berra of MLB.com about a 16-year-old French baseball player, who became the first female prospect to make herself eligible to be signed by a Major League Baseball team.
White House To Amend Ransom-For-Hostages Rules
It is expected to announce changes to the policy on paying ransom for hostages kidnapped by militant groups. It will no longer bar a hostage's family from dealing with and paying ransom to captors.
Lawmakers Promise To Take Action After NPR's Mustard Gas Exposure Report
NPR reported the VA failed to keep its promise of benefits to thousands of WWII veterans exposed to mustard gas, and an unknown set of U.S. military tests singled out minority soldiers by race.
'New Yorker' On Secret Civilian Efforts To Save America's ISIS Hostages
Renee Montagne talks to Lawrence Wright of The New Yorker about his article on the impact of U.S. hostage policy on 5 families whose children where held hostage in Syria by the Islamic State.
Clinton Makes A Stop In Missouri; Discusses Race Near Riot-Torn Ferguson
Hillary Clinton is leaning into the conversation on race following the S.C. church shootings by going to Florissant, Mo., which borders Ferguson. As a presidential candidate the move brings some risk.
Confederate Flag Merchandise Is Delicate Topic For Retailers
Some businesses are removing Confederate flag imagery following last week's fatal shootings at a S.C. black church. But not every business is handling the Confederate flag issue in the same way.
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