The Almudaina Palace (left) is one of two royal palaces on Spain's Mallorca island. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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Spain's Playground For The Wealthy Becomes Corruption Scandal Epicenter
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Spain's Princess Cristina and husband, Inaki Urdangarin (right), leave a makeshift courtroom on Monday, the first day of a corruption trial. She is accused of tax fraud and is the first member of Spain's royal family to face criminal charges. Emilio Morenatti/AP hide caption

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Spain's Princess Goes On Trial
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George Brett wipes a new bat down with a pine tar rag before a game with the Cleveland Indians on July 25, 1983. The day before, Brett had been called out for using a bat with pine tar too far down the bat; the league president decided that Brett's bat was OK. Doug Atkins/AP hide caption

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A Rage For The Ages: The Unforgettable 'Pine Tar Game'
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Kansas City Royals' Omar Infante hits an RBI single in the second inning during a game last month against the Cincinnati Reds. Ed Zurga/AP hide caption

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Kansas City Royals Are Running The Bases In All-Star Game Balloting
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Outside the London hospital where the newest prince was born, betting parlors have been advertising the odds on names. Chris Jackson/Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Philip Reeves reports on the royal birth
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