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Jul 25, 2017
Nashville's Police Department Makes Diversifying A Priority

The department, which is 85 percent white, is offering minority high school boys an inside look. It's hoped the boys will consider law enforcement or at least come away with respect for police work.

Jul 25, 2017
Trump Tweets Early, Pushes GOP To Repeal And Replace Obamacare

Before 7 a.m. Tuesday, President Trump had fired off seven different messages on Twitter. Amid it all, he urged the Senate to repeal Obamacare which they may take a step toward doing on Tuesday.

Jul 25, 2017
Man In Northern Ireland Takes His Sheep Shopping

The store's sign read no dogs — it didn't mention sheep. The man who took his sheep into the store quickly found out that sheep were also not welcomed inside.

Jul 25, 2017
Louisville Paper Apologizes For Each Of Its Hot Dog Mistakes

The paper recently issued a correction — noting every time that the hot dog was referred to as a sandwich. Because you can call a hot dog a frankfurter but it is clearly not a sandwich.

Jul 25, 2017
Iran's Enormous Book Garden In Tehran Houses More Than Just Books

Steve Inskeep talks to Bloomberg reporter Golnar Motevalli, who explains why Iran — a country better known for its censorship — has built what it claims is the world's largest bookstore in Tehran.

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