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WNYC's Arun Venugopal, blogger Leslie Morgan Steiner, and former Prince George's County State's Attorney Glenn Ivey discuss the ramifications of the Stanford University rape case.

News of Hillary Clinton's historic nomination reached Susan B. Anthony. In Rochester, visitors often leave flowers and "I Voted" stickers at Anthony's gravestone on election day.

Fifty years of conflict between the government and FARC rebels may soon end in Colombia. Nearly four years of negotiations in Cuba are heading toward a peace deal that could be signed next month.

Youth Radio's Esmé Ablaza just graduated from Palo Alto High School, near Stanford University. In this commentary, she offers her thoughts on sexual assault as a college-bound young woman.

Syrian president Bashar Assad's vow to retake the entire country promises drawn-out bloody battles that are capturing more civilians in the violence. Children in Aleppo have been killed and injured.

New York Daily News columnist Shaun King and Latinovations founder Maria Cardona speak about what to expect from Democrats and Bernie Sanders supporters after Hillary Clinton's presumptive nomination.

Stephon Alexander once downplayed the connections he saw between jazz and physics, concerned that — as "the only black person" in his professional circle — his credibility would be questioned.

The European soccer championship is second only to the World Cup in TV viewership. But this year's events might be more subdued than usual. Security fears could keep the crowds down in many cities.

The Golden State Warriors took game 4 of the NBA finals Friday night, going up 3-1 in the series over the Cleveland Cavaliers. NPR's Tom Goldman joins NPR's Scott Simon to talk about he game, and the Stanley Cup finals.

NPR's Scott Simon talks to Financial Times editor Lionel Barber about the Brexit referendum, and its impact on the United Kingdom and other members of the European Union.




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