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NPR's Scott Simon talks with Howard Bryant of ESPN.com about the Golden State Warriors' historic victory march and 23-year-old Colorado Rockies rookie Trevor Story's improbable home run streak.

Philadelphia's mayor is proposing a divisive tax on soda and other sugary drinks. The revenue would help fund a plan for community preschools, as well as renovations to parks and libraries.

The city's health department wants to send ex-offenders who are trained to be "violence interrupters" to hospitals to talk with victims. Chicago has found such a program prevents repeat injuries.

Nuclear power is carbon-free and remains the source of about 20 percent of U.S. electricity. But natural gas, wind and solar are often cheaper, and unprofitable reactors are being shut down.

Mexico has reshuffled its top diplomats in the U.S. to counter what it says is rising anti-Mexican sentiment since Donald Trump detailed his plans to force Mexico to pay for a border wall.

Last year, a string of attacks killed secular bloggers in Bangladesh. Now 28-year-old Nazimuddin Samad, an outspoken atheist, has been killed reportedly by several unidentified assailants.

Last year, a string of attacks killed secular bloggers in Bangladesh. Now 28-year-old Nazimuddin Samad, an outspoken atheist, has been killed reportedly by several unidentified assailants.

The NFL took away the Patriots' first-round draft pick as punishment for Deflategate. Fans say the team shouldn't be penalized while the case is on appeal.

Brazil's political and economic meltdown is creating challenges for doctors trying to get a handle on the outbreak of Zika.

Tax Day falls three days later than usual this year, on April 18. Some families may need that extra time. Experts say changing family demographics are making filing taxes more complicated.

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