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Economy
5:03 am
Sun June 3, 2012

How Homes Structure The American Dream

Originally published on Sun June 3, 2012 7:37 am

Home ownership has long been considered a key part of the American Dream. The dream has taken a beating in recent years, but polls show the desire to own remains extremely high. NPR's Chris Arnold discusses the state of home ownership and reviews the latest housing news with host Rachel Martin.

Sports
5:03 am
Sun June 3, 2012

Wanna Make A Bet On Horse Racing?

Originally published on Sun June 3, 2012 7:37 am

Host Rachel Martin talks to NPR's Mike Pesca about betting on the Belmont Stakes and boxing.

Asia
5:03 am
Sun June 3, 2012

Defense Secretary Panetta Visits Vietnam

Originally published on Sun June 3, 2012 7:37 am

Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta is on a week-long trip to Asia, with stops in Singapore, Vietnam and India. As NPR's Larry Abramson tells host Rachel Martin, Panetta's trip highlights the Pentagon's new strategic focus on China and the Pacific.

Sports
5:03 am
Sun June 3, 2012

Sports Reporter Stands Out From The Sidelines

Checked suits, bright colors, garish patterns — you name it, and Craig Sager's worn it. This violet outfit accompanied a 2010 playoff game between two teams with purple in their color scheme, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Phoenix Suns.
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Originally published on Sun June 3, 2012 11:50 am

On Saturday night, the NBA semifinals notched yet another thriller as the Oklahoma City Thunder resisted a late push by the San Antonio Spurs. The series is now even at 2-2.

Thunder star Kevin Durant's fourth-quarter heroics were a spectacle — but just as mesmerizing was the man patrolling the sidelines in a pearly white jacket, blue shirt and fire-truck red pants.

That would be Craig Sager, TNT's go-to sideline reporter for NBA games. His outlandish outfits have made him an iconic part of the NBA on TV.

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Politics
5:03 am
Sun June 3, 2012

Enthusiasm To Recall Wis. Governor May Be Waning

Originally published on Sun June 3, 2012 7:37 am

On Tuesday, Wisconsin voters will decide whether Republican Scott Walker becomes just the third governor recalled from office in U.S. history. But as NPR's David Schaper reports, some now wonder whether the intensity of the left has been eclipsed by the resolve of the right.

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