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Rice University history professor Douglas Brinkley, Jason Johnson of The Root, and NPR's Mara Liasson discuss the changing thoughts on how a president should behave.

Russian businessman Alexander Perepilichny blew the whistle on a tax fraud scheme, then died mysteriously in 2012 in England. Luke Harding of The Guardian has an update on the investigation.

France had already been dealing with crippling strikes when the Seine River flooded. Now, as the country prepares to host the UEFA European soccer championship, police say they are overstretched.

Copa America Centenario, the oldest continental soccer tournament in the world, played for the first time in the U.S. Friday. Sports writer Alicia DelGallo talks about the significance of the games.

Muhammad Ali's presence loomed large in his hometown of Louisville, Ky. Residents remembered him Saturday.

Tim Shanahan maintained a friendship with Muhammad Ali for 40 years. Scott Simon talks with him about Ali, and his legacy.

Pope Francis broke a Catholic Church taboo last month when he said he would create a commission to study whether women can serve as deacons — as they did in early Christianity.

Silicon Valley has a diversity problem, with many tech companies employing a tiny number of African-Americans in key jobs. In Atlanta, black techies are working to diversify the industry's future.

The man considered the greatest boxer of all time inspired millions by standing up for his principles during the 1960s, and by always entertaining — in the boxing ring and in front of a microphone.

There's a heated battle about the Olympics in Rio. Some health experts are calling for the games to be moved because of Zika. Others say attending the games doesn't pose a threat.




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