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Abandoned oil wells are hidden all over the country, under homes, schools, offices. Many of them are not a problem. But some are leaking methane gas, which can cause explosions. Why millions are unmapped, despite the risk
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Not impressed by some of the art in San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art, a teen had an idea: set eye glasses on the wooden floor and walk away. Sure enough, people surrounded the "new exhibit."
It's a time-honored tradition, win the Indianapolis 500 and down an ice-cold bottle of milk. What kind? According to the website Jalopnik.com, each driver has his own choice, should he win.
David Greene talks to Harnarayan Singh, play-by-play voice for Hockey Night In Canada Punjabi Edition. Singh's dramatic calls have won him fans even beyond Canada's large Punjabi speaking minority.
President Kenneth Starr and coach Art Briles are being removed following a scathing report on sexual assaults by players against other students; failure of university officials to help the victims.
Across Europe there seems to be a rejection of mainstream parties with a rush of migrants. Renee Montagne talks to Norbert Rottgen, chairman of the foreign affairs committee of Germany's Parliament.