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The Sheridan Expressway is little-used, and neighborhood groups hope to convert it to a boulevard. Brian Naylor/NPR hide caption

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After Dividing For Decades, Highways Are On The Road To Inclusion

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Obama Urges Opening Cable TV Boxes To Competition

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IRS Head Says Cybersecurity Problems Leave Taxpayers Vulnerable

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TSA Administrator On What U.S. Travelers Can Expect This Summer

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump makes a boxing gesture while greeting the crowd after speaking at a campaign rally in New Orleans earlier this month. Trump won Louisiana, but Ted Cruz is likely to end up with more delegates from the state. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Donald Trump Wants To 'Open Up' Libel Laws So He Can Sue News Outlets

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FCC Proposal Would Let Consumers Weigh In On Internet Privacy

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Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig shakes hands with fans Dec. 16 at the Latin American Stadium in Havana during a Major League Baseball goodwill tour. Puig and fellow Cuban national Jose Abreu of the Chicago White Sox returned home Tuesday for the first time since defecting — Puig in 2012, Abreu in 2013 — to join the American big leagues. Yamil Lage/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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MLB Hopes New Openness Will Ease Players' Path From Cuba To The Majors

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MLB Paves Way For Cubans To Play In The Big Leagues

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