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And finally today, Memorial Day is tomorrow - a day to honor and remember those who died in service to the country. We wanted to talk about a new book that takes a fresh look at the aftermath of the Vietnam War. And when people think of that war, it's often framed in terms of devastation - tens of thousands killed, many more wounded physically and emotionally. And, of course, there was the political turmoil.

Your No-Stress Playlist: K'Naan

May 23, 2020

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And finally today, we're going to turn to our no-stress playlist. We've been building a list of songs you've told us bring you calm during these anxious times. Today's pick comes from Twitter user Courtney Strickland (ph) This is K'Naan's "Take A Minute."

Men's Soccer Returns In Germany

May 23, 2020

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When will it be safe enough for sports to return? That's a question many fans have been asking throughout this pandemic. It's also a question that is extremely hard to answer for authorities and sports officials all over the world.

Long-Term Symptoms Of COVID-19

May 23, 2020

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Dr. Abraar Karan of Harvard Medical School and Catharine Hamm of the Los Angeles Times answer listener questions about traveling this summer.

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