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U.S. men's national soccer team coach Bruce Arena watches his team during a practice session on Jan. 11, in Carson, Calif. Arena returned to the U.S. team in November to salvage its run for World Cup qualification. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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U.S. Men's Soccer Goes Back To The Future With New Coach, New Priorities

For the first time in decades, the struggling U.S. team may not qualify for next year's World Cup. But the return of Bruce Arena, who led the team to two World Cups, brings hopes of a turnaround.

Oh Louie Shannon & the Clams
Family and Genus Shakey Graves

Rick Moore, a dairy farmer in Canton, N.Y., has a solar thermal array to heat water he uses to spray down milking equipment. David Sommerstein/North Country Public Radio hide caption

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As Obama Clean Power Plan Fades, States Craft Strategies To Move Beyond It

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Escapee Architecture in Helsinki
No Intention Dirty Projectors
Who David Byrne & St. Vincent
Acid Raindrops People Under the Stairs feat. Camel MC
Cherry (Instrumental) Chromatics

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U.S. Men's Soccer Goes Back To The Future With New Coach, New Priorities

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City Club The Growlers
Gay Human Bones Harlem
Twenty Miles Deer Tick
Booger Man The Gaturs

Crime scene tape hangs in front of a vacant lot where a shooting occurred in December. President Trump tweeted last night about Chicago gun violence, saying he'll "send in the Feds" if the city doesn't fix the carnage. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Chicagoans See Fed Role In Fighting Crime Wave — But Not On Streets

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She Turned The World On With Her Smile: Mary Tyler Moore Dies At 80

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Did You See The Words Animal Collective
Photojournalist Small Black
Tilted Christine and the Queens

President Trump called for a major investigation into voter fraud on Wednesday. This comes after widespread criticism of his unverified claim that up to 5 million people voted illegally. Ringo Chiu/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Criticism Of Claims, Trump Seeks Investigation Into Voter Fraud

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It All Feels Right Washed Out
#068 (Instrumental Demo) Mahmundi
Ray Rallies Troops Carter Burwell
Blue Turning Grey Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

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