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  1. NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with soccer writer Dermot Corrigan about the latest action at the men's Euro Cup 2024.
  2. NPR’s Mary Louise Kelly talks with Jackie Faherty, an astronomer at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, about why summer solstice came so early this year and what it signifies.
  3. Thousands across Israel have been protesting daily this week demanding Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accept a ceasefire deal to bring back the remaining hostages inside Gaza.
  4. The Supreme Court ruled against a couple who challenged the constitutionality of a Trump-era tax provision, handing the government a victory in a case that had huge potential consequences.
  5. Experts are struggling to prepare vulnerable communities for potential wildfire catastrophes. One new approach is a community-wide board game that tests resilience and preparedness.
  6. Ten years after staging an armed standoff with federal agents on his Nevada ranch, Cliven Bundy remains free. As does his son Ammon, despite an active warrant for Ammon from Idaho related to a harassment lawsuit.
  7. Social Security's SSI program for people with disabilities requires couples to have no more than $3,000 in assets
  8. In Thailand, lawmakers have voted overwhelmingly to legalize same-sex marriage. If the measure goes into effect, Thailand’s government would become only the third in Asia to permit same-sex marriage.
  9. Hurricane Maria, which tore through Puerto Rico in 2017, also devastated a tiny nearby island that's home to hundreds of monkeys. All that destruction seems to have transformed the monkeys' society.
  10. A growing number of children in the U.S. are being targeted in sextortion schemes— a scam in which a cybercriminal obtains and then threatens to release nude or sexually compromising photos, blackmailing victims for a ransom. And sadly dozens of young victims have died by suicide in the last few years. Cybercriminals are often based abroad and it is a particular problem in Nigeria. Our...