Tuesday

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Governing

Are City Officials Overstepping On Chick-fil-A?

Host Michel Martin continues the conversation on the controversy surrounding Chick-fil-A restaurants. Many politicians have indicated the restaurants are not welcomed in their cities but Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mary Mitchell says city leaders have gone too far.

Are City Officials Overstepping On Chick-fil-A?

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Law

Is Chick-fil-A Controversy A Civil Rights Debate?

We continue our conversation with Chicago Sun-Times columnist Mary Mitchell. Host Michel Martin asks if Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy's comments amount to hate speech.

Is Chick-fil-A Controversy A Civil Rights Debate?

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Sports

Robin Prendes On Rowing His Way To Victory

U.S. Olympic rower Robin Prendes hopes to lead his boat to the medal stand in London. Host Michel Martin speaks with Prendes about how he got into rowing after immigrating to the U.S. from Cuba and what he's doing to prepare for the Olympics.

Robin Prendes On Rowing His Way To Victory

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Thursday

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Movies

Inside Actor Anthony Mackie's Love For 'Top Gun'

All summer long, fellow NPR program Weekends on All Things Considered is asking directors, actors and producers what movie they could watch over and over again. Today, actor Anthony Mackie talks about why "Top Gun" will always hold a special place in his heart.

Inside Actor Anthony Mackie's Love For 'Top Gun'

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Wednesday

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Sports

For Olympic Soccer Forward, Attitude is Everything

Sydney Leroux has been called one of the most dangerous forwards at her level. This year, she has played in nine games and scored seven goals — five in one game. Host Michel Martin speaks with Leroux about her passion for soccer and her hopes for the Olympics.

For Olympic Soccer Forward, Attitude is Everything

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Monday

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Starting a bone marrow registry in Nigeria "became an obsession" for Seun Adebiyi. "I thought that even if I couldn't find a match, I wanted to make it easier for other black patients to find a match." Seun Adebiyi hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Olympic Hopeful Works To Improve Bone Marrow Registries

Lawyer and Winter Olympic hopeful Seun Adebiyi made his battle with leukemia a quest for more donors and better registries in African countries.

Olympic Hopeful Works To Improve Bone Marrow Registries

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Friday

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BackTalk

Casinos A Health Benefit For Seniors?

Tell Me More host Michel Martin and editor Ammad Omar dig through the listener feedback in Backtalk. This week they mark the end of "Linsanity" for fans of the New York Knicks, and the American Gaming Association weighs in on a story about casinos.

Casinos A Health Benefit For Seniors?

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Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein delivers remarks during a press conference on July 11 in Washington, D.C. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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