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A Musical Opus In A Single Note

Jun 8, 2017

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Nikki Haley Visits Israel, Talks Down U.N.

Jun 8, 2017

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The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, is in Jerusalem. There she met Israeli leaders who are angry with the way the U.N. treats Israel, and Haley agrees. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem.

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Los Angeles, Paris Bid For 2024 Olympics

Jun 8, 2017

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Former FBI Adviser On Comey Testimony

Jun 8, 2017

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Here is some of the sound captured around Iran's Parliament building, where authorities say four gunmen attacked today.

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In Tehran, there are reports of fatalities following two attacks this morning - one on the Iranian Parliament and another on the shrine of the light - of the late Ayatollah Khomeini. ISIS is claiming responsibility for the attacks.

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High-profile intelligence officials will testify in front of the Senate intelligence committee today. And so will the deputy attorney general, who's been overseeing the FBI investigation of Russian interference in the presidential election.

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Arkansas Medical Marijuana Commission meeting veterans might have looked around the board room inside the Alcohol Beverage Control Division last week and wondered where the dreamers went. Gone were the cowboy boots and branded T's, the men (some women, not many) who clearly are interested in marijuana and, if given the chance, the business of growing it and selling it — legally. They were replaced by lawyers and other men and women in suits.

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At long last, Bob Dylan has something to say about his Nobel Prize for Literature. When the award was announced, the singer did not comment for weeks, and then he didn't show up for the official ceremony.

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We're following a trend that resembles medical tourism, you know, where people travel somewhere interesting to get medical care.

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