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Reading Into Changes To The Lord's Prayer

Jun 9, 2019

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Tony Awards: This Year's Nominees

Jun 9, 2019

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There's a celebration of theater in New York City tonight. Yes, it's the annual Tony Awards. So we thought this was the perfect time to revisit three conversations we've had over the past year with some of the nominees.

Midwest Flooding Harms Farmer's Yields

Jun 9, 2019

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Since opening its doors in 1892, Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville has hosted a huge array of events, from church revivals to boxing matches. Figures like Johnny Cash, Helen Keller and Harry Houdini have visited the legendary venue for various gatherings and performances. It even housed the Grand Ole Opry in the radio show's early years.

Independence Day Presidential Traditions

Jun 8, 2019

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Two weeks into the fight for Fallujah, Elliot Ackerman's company commander told him he was both the luckiest and the unluckiest lieutenant he'd ever met. The luckiest — because right out of the gate, Ackerman was in the thick of the biggest battle the Marine Corps had experienced in decades. And the unluckiest — because everything he ever did after that would seem inconsequential.

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This past May, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival celebrated its 50th anniversary, attracting an estimated 475,000 people to its annual celebration of Louisiana music and culture. To mark this milestone, Smithsonian Folkways has released its Jazz Fest: The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival box set that includes rare live recordings and photographs of the momentous gathering.

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Seventeen of the world's largest automakers have asked the White House and the state of California to restart talks and come up with one set of greenhouse gas standards for cars.

The Trump administration has been pushing to roll back regulations, while California has been holding tight to its tougher rules for auto emissions. The carmakers, meanwhile, call for "common sense compromise."

Thirty-five years ago in Moscow, working on what he says was "an ugly Russian" computer that was frankensteined together with spare parts, Alexey Pajitnov started a side project that has become the second-best-selling video game of all time: Tetris.

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Back in April, protests in Sudan ousted President Omar al-Bashir after 30 years in power. People celebrated in the streets.

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A small carved figure sat in a drawer in Scotland for more than half a century. Next month, it may sell for more than a million dollars at auction. Sotheby's Alex Kader first received a photo of the figure last year.

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