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From left: Betty Kelly, Rosalind Ashford and Martha Reeves of Martha and the Vandellas perform circa mid-1964 at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York. Don Paulsen/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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American Anthem

Come On Out And Dance

The Motown hit landed at a turning point in civil rights — and where Black Power movements flourished, the song followed. Scott Simon explores why, with a little help from singer Martha Reeves.

The Chicago Cubs celebrate their win against the St. Louis Cardinals on July 22, and three children in attendance got to celebrate with foul balls. David Banks/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: When A Video Isn't The Whole Story

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Cyberattackers, traced back to the Vladimir Putin-backed GRU Russian intelligence agency, attempted to hack into the emails of Sen. Claire McCaskill last year. Alexei Nikolsky/Alexei Nikolsky/TASS hide caption

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Russian Hackers Targeted The Most Vulnerable Part Of U.S. Elections. Again

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Students in India have begun to engage in creative activities as a part of newly launched program by the Delhi government to shift emphasis onto mental health well-being. Courtesy of Bhaskar Sharma hide caption

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To Focus On Students' Emotional Well-Being, India Tries 'Happiness Classes'

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Lovely You Monster Rally

This summer, the Santa Fe Opera's staging of "Dr. Atomic" features locals who have been affected by the U.S. government's 1945 atomic bomb test. Ken Howard for the Santa Fe Opera hide caption

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The 'Downwinders' From Atomic Testing Get Deserved Attention

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Those Days Are Now City of the Sun
True Sorry Ibrahim Maalouf

Electric scooters for rent are popping up in San Diego and other cities. Investors see a key role for new way of getting from here to there. But many people find them downright annoying. Mike Blake/Reuters hide caption

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Scooters: Sidewalk Nuisances, Or The Future Of Local Transportation?

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From left: Betty Kelly, Rosalind Ashford and Martha Reeves of Martha and the Vandellas perform circa mid-1964 at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York. Don Paulsen/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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Why 'Dancing In The Street' Gets The People Going

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Down to It [Soul Picnic: R&B Instrumentals for Summer Fun Version] Wordharmonic